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Gunmen have killed at least 30 people in an attack in Sokoto State, Governor Aminu Tambuwal confirmed yesterday. The assault began at a weekly market in Goronyo on Sunday and continued into Monday morning...
The Conference of Speakers of State Legislatures of Nigeria has condoled with the Speaker of Zamfara State House of Assembly, Muazu Magarya, over the abduction and subsequent killing of his father.
The Zamfara Government on Thursday said it has secured the release of no fewer than 200 additional people abducted by bandits through peace dialogue and other security measures.
In an apparent display of fault lines set to define the fierce contest for the 2023 presidential election, the Northern States Governors’ Forum (NSGF), yesterday, rose from its emergency meeting held in Kaduna
About 9.2 million Zamfara State residents looking forward to the expiration of the two weeks telecoms service shutdown will have to endure a tortuous, indefinite wait, as the pangs of ‘no network’ continue
Nigeria's military campaign against criminal gangs in the northwest is pushing them into neighbouring regions as a result of a telecom shutdown and a squeeze on fuel and food supplies, local residents and officials said.
Operatives of the Imo State Police Command, at the weekend, killed the suspected commander of Orlu Zone of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), identified as Chidera Nnabuihe, and two others.
Socio-economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to direct the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami
Nigerian local authorities have extended a telecom shutdown in northwest Zamfara state to a neighbouring state as part of an ongoing military crackdown on gangs behind a series of mass kidnappings, an official said Friday.
Kaduna State-based Islamic scholar, Sheikh Abubakar Gumi, has said that the failure of Sharia law is responsible for banditry in Zamfara State.
Media Rights Agenda (MRA) has condemned the directive by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to telecommunication companies in Zamfara State.
Citing rising cases of insecurity in Zamfara and adjourned cities, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has directed all telecommunications providers to shut down services in Zamfara State from September 3.