Judgment on hijab, not favour to Muslim faithful by Sultan
Sultan of Sokoto and President General of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, Alhaji Muhammad Saad Abubakar, said yesterday, that the judgment of the Court of Appeal ...
Survey: Begging rate on the rise in Ilorin
But the immediate effect of the development on the people is a drastic slump in quantum of almsgiving, a charity endeavour recommended by two prominent religions in the country; Christianity and Islam.
Ahmed cautions traditional rulers against political statements
Kwara State Governor, Abdulfatah Ahmed, yesterday cautioned traditional rulers in the state against making inflammatory political statements on state of the nation.
Kwara PDP crisis, Saraki’s gain
The build up to 2019 general elections in Kwara State is assuming a clumsy dimension by the day. This is because nothing has crystalised, yet the political vibrations seem to be having its toll on all the major players ahead of the elections.
Governor Ahmed elevates 8 traditional rulers to First Class statutus
Gov Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara has approved the elevation of eight traditional rulers in the state, to First Class status.
House okays loan facility for Kwara government
The Kwara House of Assembly has approved the state government request to access the Federal Government Budget Support Facility (BSF) loan.
The stolen pot of soup
“You are always depressed. I am actually used to that. I can’t remember when last you were not choleric, depressed, obsessed, uptight, down-spirited, what’s that your word again, yes, anxious.
Theft of cooked food on fire becomes widespread in Ilorin
Amidst the stinging hardship occasioned by the present economic recession in the country, the spate of insecurity is rising and taking a tinge of the ridiculous by the day.