Victim of Ochadamu 2019 mayhem cries out for justice
The last may not have been heard of the infamous November 18, 2019, mayhem in Kogi’s Ejule community during which Mrs. Salome Abuh, a politician, was burnt alive in her home by assailants.
Protesters attack FMC Lokoja as woman gives birth unattended
Protesters yesterday morning attacked the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Lokoja, Kogi State, destroyed the administrative block and carted away money
Kogi Government insists state has no coronavirus cases
The Kogi State government has accused the federal medical center, (FMC), Lokoja of conniving with the Nigeria Center...
NDLEA intercepts 3.136 tonnes of cannabis in Kogi
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has intercepted 3,136 tonnes of Cannabis Sativa...
Senator Adeyemi gives COVID-19 palliatives to constituents
Senator Smart Adeyemi, yesterday, warned Nigerians and the people of Kogi State of an impending economic downturn in the country in the days ahead and took a swipe at his former party...
COVID-19 relief response ‘unites’ political opponents in Kogi
The effects of the novel coronavirus know no boundaries, be it the rich and the poor, religious, tribal or political divides. And this is what is playing out among opposing political leanings in Kogi State.
Kogi: Appeal Court returns Wada as PDP guber candidate
The Court of Appeal sitting in Abuja Tuesday returned Musa Wada as the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) of the November 16, 2019 gubernatorial election held in Kogi State. Delivering judgment in the suit between Musa Wada and Abubakar Mohammed Ibrahim Idris and others, the court held that “it is crooked colt…
Petitioner, ICPC differ on probe of Kogi CCT scheme
The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission (ICPC) has disagreed with Hauwa Sulaiman, a petitioner from Kogi State, over calls to probe fraud...