Dapchi abduction: British military willing to assist, says Envoy
The General Advisor, British Military Advisory and Training Team (BMATT) in Nigeria, Major Ian Robertson, while condemning the attack and abduction of scores of students...
HURIWA blames ransom paid to Boko Haram terrorists for Dapchi girls kidnap
A pro-democracy and non-governmental organisation, Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has blamed the ransom payments paid to Boko Haram terrorists...
Conflict zones and violence against children
According to United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), children in conflict zones around the world came under attack on a shocking scale throughout 2017 and have become frontline targets...
Yobe Government targets 90% access to water, sanitation by 2025
The Yobe Government says it will achieve 90 per cent access to water supply and sanitation by 2025 in line with the water and sanitation reform policy.
Yobe cautions against encroachment on demarcated cattle routes
The Yobe State Government has warned farmers against encroaching into the demarcated 1, 000 kilometres of cattle routes to prevent clashes between farmers and herdsmen in the state.
Lawmakers, former minister to dump PDP for APC
A former minister of state for foreign affairs and serving federal and state lawmakers, all of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) are expected to defect to the ruling All Progressives Congress in Yobe, Abubakar Bakabe APC's Yobe State secretary said on Thursday.
Nigeria’s double standards of sexual conduct
Recently, a sitting senator and former governor of Yobe State, Senator Buka Ibrahim, was allegedly caught on camera, having sex with two women in a motel.
Four dead in army, police clashes in Yobe
A bloody clash between the army and police in Nigeria's restive northeastern Yobe state on Wednesday left one soldier and three police dead, a security source told AFP.