Kwara government imposes 12-hour curfew on communities
The Kwara State Government has imposed a dawn-to-dusk curfew on Iloffa and Odo Owa communities in Oke-Ero local council of the state.
Three feared killed in Ajayi Okasanmi, communities’ clash
Three persons were yesterday feared killed during a clash between Odo-Owa and Iloffa communities in Oke Ero Local Council of Kwara State.
Ahmed inaugurates committee for Kwara health insurance law
Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara state on Tuesday inaugurated the Implementation Committee for the State's Health Insurance Law, with a charge on the committee to identify sustainable means of improving the scheme.
Storm of the elders
We need to pay keener attention to the uneasy calm in Ile-Ife, the ancient capital of the Yoruba nation which recently was convulsed by ethnic violence.
Okpara university admits 5,615 fresh students at 24th matriculation
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike (MOUAU) in Abia state has admitted 5, 615 fresh students at its 24th matriculation ceremony with a call on the students by the Vice Chancellor...
Kwara government inaugurates 31 member committee for 50th year anniversary of the state.
Kwara State Government has set up a 31man committee to organize activities for the 50th Anniversary of the creation of the state, slated for May this year. Kwara state was created in May 1968.
Kwara State opposition parties in limbo as factionalisation cripples PDP
Before the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) crisis, the united body was unable to win a single Local Government Area (LGA) out of the existing 16 in the state. The party with such calibre of leading politicians like former Minister for...
Imperative of APC’s new bridge to Kwara’s grassroots
The Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki may require the wisdom of Solomon and knowledge of Aristotle to command total loyalty of his followers in Kwara State ahead of 2019 general elections.