Mobile Police Training School, not personal asset of IG – Police
The Police say the Mobile Police Training School in Nasarawa State was a national security legacy project and not a personal asset of the Inspector General of Police (I-G), Mr Mohammed Adamu.
Gunmen kill journalist in Nasarawa
Gunmen have killed a former treasurer of the Nasarawa State Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Mr Benjamin Ekom.
A tale of two regions in school reopening crisis
When the northern part of Nigeria supported the Federal Government’s decision to keep schools closed and the South West took a different route, the educational gap is destined
Farmers in 11 states to get fertilizer at N4,500
As part of the COVID-19 palliative, about 50,000 farmers across 11 states will get two bags of fertilizer each at a subsidized rate of N4,500 against the current price of N8,000.
Nasarawa denies receiving COVID-19 fund from FG, foreign donors
Nasarawa State has received no money from either the Federal Government or foreign donors to fight the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the state.
Nasarawa spends N500.15m in fighting COVID-19
The Nasarawa State Government says it has so far spent N536,156,000 in fighting the novel coronavirus pandemic in the state. Mr Emmanuel Akabe, Deputy Governor of the state and Chairman of the state COVID-19 Task Force
Fear in Nasarawa governor’s hometown over breach of burial protocol
Gudi Town in Kokona Local Council, the ancestral hometown of Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule, is currently gripped with fear of Coronavirus
3 doctors test positive to COVID-19 in Nasarawa State, says NMA
The Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) says three doctors have tested positive for the COVID-19 in Nasarawa State.