Kebbi TUC urges Bagudu not to delay salary adjustments for civil servants
The executive council of Kebbi State chapter of Trade Union Congress (TUC) had expressed concern over the delay and non-implementation of consequential adjustments salary charts
NIMET projects earlier than normal onset of rainfall nationwide
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET) has projected that the country may experience near-normal to earlier than normal rainfall in most parts of the country.
Fresh calls for restructuring as South West security body takes off
After months of agitations over the spate of insecurity in the southwest, governors of the region yesterday launched the Western Nigeria Security Network (WNSN), codenamed Amotekun.
CMD drums support for Kebbi government in healthcare
Chief Medical Director (CMD) of Sahyaya Memorial General Hospital, Kebbi State, Dr. Aminu Bunza, has called on individuals and organisations to complement government efforts
Amid losses, Sub-regional traders weigh options as border closure enters new year
The New Year 2020 comes with fresh hopes, but regional traders across the West African corridor are looking at chances of having a renewed border policy
Kebbi invasion: Bagudu to provide support for affected communities
Following the recent invasion of seven communities by bandits in Zuru emirate, yesterday, Kebbi State Governor, Abubakar Atiku Bagudu has assured all security agents
Kebbi is most peaceful state in Nigeria, says British High Commissioner
Deputy High Commissioner to the British High Commission, Gill Atkinson who was on an official visit to Kebbi State, has described the state as the most peaceful in the country
Lassa fever kills two, infects 10 in five states
LASSA fever has claimed two more lives in Abia and Edo states as the country approaches the peak season for outbreaks of the deadly disease.