AAH condemns murder of its aid workers by Boko Haram faction
Action Against Hunger condemns these latest killings in the strongest terms.
Boko Haram faction kills four kidnapped aid workers
PREMIUM TIMES reported how the six aid workers were kidnapped on July 19 in Borno when armed gunmen attacked their vehicles.
Gunmen kidnap director, principal, others in Adamawa
The police confirm the kidnap of three people.
Insurgency: 1,727 children reunite with families in Borno – UNICEF
The UN agency says the children were rehabilitated and trained on various trades before formal reintegration and reunification with their families.
I won’t contest election at any level again – Goje
The three-term senator also served as governor of Gombe State
Boko Haram: ICC may open war crime investigations in Nigeria next year
“An ICC investigation into war crimes and crimes against humanity committed during the conflict in northeast Nigeria is now inevitable,” an official said.
Yobe: Gov Buni shocks returning commissioners as he allocates portfolios
Gov Buni reminded the cabinet members that they would constantly be assessed by the citizens, especially in this age of social media.
Yobe gov inaugurates 20 commissioners, special advisers
The governor urged the commissioners and special advisers to meet the expectations of the people.
APC vows to challenge Appeal Court ruling upholding Fintiri’s victory
An official says the party is not satisfied with the ruling and will head to the Supreme Court to get justice.
‘Mama Boko Haram’ arraigned for alleged N66 million fraud
Mrs Wakil, a lawyer, was arraigned alongside an associate, Tahiru Daura.
EFCC arraigns two humanitarian aid workers in Maiduguri over alleged N66m fraud
The aid workers were arraigned on a three-count charge of conspiracy and cheating
Police to deploy 5,000 personnel for Adamawa LG Poll
The election will hold on December 7.
Borno gov presents N134 billion appropriation bill for 2020
The bill consists of N67.54 billion recurrent expenditure and N66.96 billion capital expenditure.
Gombe govt expresses delight over drop in HIV prevalence
HIV prevalence dropped in the state from 3.4 per cent in 2014 to 1.3 per cent in 2019.
Insurgency: NAF initiates free medical, feeding programme for displaced children
“Similarly; we have established a Level-2 hospital in Bama, which was intended to support IDPs in that axis.