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20 Jun
We are winding down. In about 11 months, the Muhammadu Buhari administration will be done. So we are ticking off the days.
9 Jun
Failure by some state governors to access the Universal Basic Education Commission’s (UBEC) intervention fund is threatening the future of millions of Nigerian school children.
3 Jun
I lack words to describe the gruesome murder of Fatima, a pregnant woman and her four children, five commercial bike riders and a suya vendor in Anambra State.
31 May
There was drama yesterday at the Adamawa State Chief judge’s court, as Governor Ahmadu Fintiri’s Commissioner for Education and Human Development, Mrs. Wulbina Jackson, who mounted the witness box, claimed to blind.
25 May
Global Peace Development (GPD) has said that Adamawa State is facing a severe water crisis, the effect of which will be disastrous if urgent proactive steps are not taken.
19 May
The All Progressives Congress, APC, appears intent on snatching a sure defeat from the jaws of a likely victory with its baffling ‘all-northern’ strategy.
9 May
Rental prices across the Northern states of Nigeria have soared over the last year, with some major cities experiencing average price hikes of up to 60 per cent.
3 Mar
The application, set for inauguration today, Thursday, March 3 in Yola, Adamawa State, will collect, maintain, secure, and generate health reports and statistics
16 Feb
The 2022 Seasonal Climate Prediction (SCP) by the Nigeria Meteorological Agency (NIMET) has indicated February 28 as the earliest onset of planting season.
25 Jan
national Coordinator of the National Social Investment Programmes (NSIP), Dr. Umar Buba Bindir, disclosed this, yesterday, at the opening of a result-based monitoring
22 Jan
A number of diseases peak during the dry season – usually between October and May– because the season comes with high temperatures and low humidity
13 Jan
Adamawa State Governor, Ahmadu Fintiri, has appointed the former Vice President (Communications), American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola, Professor Abubakar Tahir

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