Midnight downpour submerges 300 houses in Makurdi
Heavy downpour, which began on Sunday night and lasted till the early hours of yesterday, has wreaked havoc in Makurdi, the Benue State capital, submerging over 300 houses and destroying property worth millions of Naira.
Again, tribunal strikes out petition against David Mark
The re-run Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Makurdi, Benue State capital, yesterday struck out the petition filed by the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate, Daniel Onjeh ...
Court remands Ortom’s aide over alleged assassination
The Adviser on Special Duties to the Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, Joseph Kyargba, arraigned before a Chief Magistrate’s Court for criminal conspiracy and culpable homicide ...
Ortom denies grazing reserve deal
Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom has denied reports in some sections of the media, that he has signed a grazing reserve agreement in order to get a World Bank loan.
Electoral commission to recruit 11,000 ad-hoc staff for LG polls in Benue
Benue State Independent Electoral Commission (BSIEC) says it plans to recruit 11,000 ad-hoc workers to complement its staff for the conduct of local government elections in the state.
Leave Benue to avoid reprisal attack, Ortom tells killer herdsmen
Perturbed by the recurring attacks on farmers in Benue State by suspected Fulani herdsmen, the state governor, Samuel Ortom, has asked them to vacate the state to avoid reprisal attack from the people.
FCT battles Kwara for Central Conference’s ticket
Two determined and hard working schools, Government Secondary School Karu, Abuja and Unilorin Secondary School Ilorin, will meet in the Central Conference Boys final ...
Benue probes alleged diversion of N44b by Suswam’s govt
Benue State government has commenced investigation into the N44 billion allegedly diverted by the immediate past administration of Gabriel Suswam.