Extrajudicial killings taint police image — Inuwa
Gombe State Governor, Inuwa Yahaya has said complaints of human rights abuses, extortion and extra-judicial killings have put a huge dent on the image of the Nigerian Police.
Yahaya, Dankwambo’s row deepens over Gombe PDP chieftain’s detention
The war of words between incumbent Governor of Gombe State, Alhaji Inuwa Yahaya and his predecessor, Dr. Hassan Ibrahim Dankwambo over governance and leadership...
Come for tutorials on good governance, Dankwambo replies Yahaya
Former governor of Gombe State, Ibrahim Dankwambo, has advised his successor, Governor Mohammed Yahaya, to seek tutorials on good governance from him rather than make excuses for inadequacy.
Gombe govt tasks FG on patronage of indigenous contractors
Gombe State Government has urged the Federal Government to engage local engineers and contractors in infrastructural provision, describing it as a sure way of boosting the nation’s economy.
FG moves to end crude oil ownership crisis in Bauchi-Gombe boundaries
Federal Government through the National Boundary Commission (NBC) has moved to demarcate boundaries connecting Bauchi and Gombe states to stop ownership crisis over crude oil fortune. The acting chairman of the NBC, Mr. Adamu Adaji said that the Federal Government has ordered his team to make physical demarcation of the boundaries of the state to…
Former council chair jailed 31 years for N97m fraud
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Gombe, has secured the conviction of Samuel Bulus Adamu before Justice N. I. Afolabi of Federal High Court, Gombe.
Gombe records five new COVID-19 deaths
Gombe State has recorded five more coronavirus disease (COVID-19)-related deaths.
Gombe Government suspends N30,000 minimum wage, slashes political appointees salaries
The Gombe State Government has suspended payment of the N30,000 minimum wage following dwindling finances due to the effect of coronavirus pandemic on the economy.
Gombe to build 90 new nomadic schools
Gombe State government has concluded plans to construct 90 additional nomadic schools, bringing the total to 180, to improve nomadic education in the state.