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Nasarawa State

20 Dec 2017
The Nasarawa State government has closed all accounts of ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) to enable it monitor and properly account for spent and unspent funds.
16 Dec 2017
The Nasarawa State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) says it has arrested 138 suspects for allegedly committing various offences in the state within the last one month. The Commandant of the Corps in the state, Mohammed Mahmoud-Fari, disclosed this on Saturday in Lafia while briefing newsmen on the achievements recorded…
23 Nov 2017
The immediate past Attorney-General of Nasarawa State, Innocent Lagi and 31 other concerned citizens of the state have sued Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura to court over alleged plan to sell the state’s assets.
26 Oct 2017
Nasarawa State Governor Tanko Almakura has appointed interim management committee chairmen for the state’s 11 local councils.
26 Sep 2017
No fewer than 150 houses were set ablaze by suspected herdsmen following a misunderstanding between a farmer and a grazer in Amudu village in Giza Development Area, Keana Local Council of Nasarawa State.
14 Sep 2017
The Nasarawa State Police Command on Thursday confirmed the arrest of a 20-year-old housewife for allegedly drowning her two step daughters in a well.
18 Jul 2017
The organised labour in Nasarawa State on Tuesday suspended its two months old industrial action after reaching an agreement with the state government.
17 Jul 2017
The police command in Nasarawa State on Monday confirmed the rescue of a director in the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Dr Sam Anzaku, who was kidnapped by gunmen on July 15.
16 Jun 2017
Ikechukwu Emmanuel , an inmate of Keffi Medium Security Prisons in Keffi in Nasarawa State, cried himself to freedom on Friday through the help of Prisons Officers Wives Association (PROWA).
8 Jun 2017
The Nasarawa State Government has invoked the `no work no pay’ policy on striking public sector workers, the state Head of Service, Mr Thomas Ogiri, announced on Thursday.
4 Jun 2017
The Senate on Sunday condemned the recent demolition of Breeze 99.9 FM, a private radio station based in Lafia, the Nasarawa State capital.
3 Jun 2017
The management of Breeze FM 99.9 in Lafia, a privately-owned radio station, which was demolished by the Nasarawa State Government on May 20, is heading to court to challenge the clamp down.

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