Masari urges police to tackle promoters of falsehood
Kastina State Governor Aminu Masari has charged the Nigeria Police Force to deal decisively with those spreading falsehood through the social media on the current security
Masari signs N244b budget into law
Katsina State Governor Aminu Masari yesterday signed into law the 2020 budget pegged at N244 billion by the state House of Assembly. The budget falls short by N5 billion of the initial N249 billion
Katsina to source N33 billion for 2020 budget
More than N33.4 billion is to be sourced for by the Katsina State Government from local and international organisations, to shore up capital for the successful implementation of its 2020 budget.
Katsina to establish model dispute resolution centres
The Chief Judge of Katsina State, Justice Musa Danladi, yesterday said his office would establish a model Community Dispute Resolution Centre in the state capital to address minor cases between community members.
4.2m Nigerians face acute food insecurity
The food security situation report released by the World Food Programme and Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has revealed that about 4.2 million people in Nigeria are currently faced with acute food insecurity
Katsina civil servants deserve new minimum wage - Masari
Gov. Aminu Bello Masari of Katsina State said on Wednesday that civil servants in the state deserve to be paid the new national minimum wage. “Katsina civil servants actually need the new minimum wage as they have been putting in their best to move the state forward,” Masari said...
AfDB, JICA, others to partner Katsina on rural development
Three international development agencies – African Development Bank (AfDB), the Agence Francaise De Development (AFD) and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) – have promised to partner with Katsina State on the provision of infrastructure, particularly in the rural areas.
9th Senate prioritises education in legislative agenda
The 9th Nigerian Senate, having realised that education is perhaps the most single important investment a country can make on its people and its future, has placed it on the front-burner of its 2019 legislative agenda.
We went through inhumane treatment in Burkina Faso, victims recount
The 23 victims of human trafficking and modern-day slavery rescued by the Katsina State government from Burkina Faso have recounted how they went through inhumane treatment and made to work long hours without pay.