Gombe considers stiffer penalty for rape, kidnapping
Mr Njodi said the present administration of Governor Inuwa Yahaya is passionate about recreating a society where ethics, norms and values are upheld and obeyed.
COVID-19: Gombe seeks UN support on social welfare scheme
Governor Yahaya seeks the UN’s support in his administration’s efforts to mitigate the socio-economic impact of the global pandemic.
BUA to establish 3 million metric tonnes capacity cement plant in Adamawa
BUA says it will use new technologies to supply power to the proposed cement plant and communities of Guyuk and Lamurde.
Church loses eight pastors, over 8000 members to insurgency
The church says it is the single Christian denomination that is worse hit by activities of the Boko Haram terrorists.
COVID-19: Gombe official links low positive cases to public awareness, preventive measures
He said even though the state still conducts large testing, positive cases are still low.
COVID-19: Adamawa records 84 cases, six deaths – Official
Yola North LGA is leading with 47 positive cases, followed by Girei 11, Mubi North, 10 and Yola South, nine.
Hama Bachama in Adamawa, Honest Irmiya, dies at 66
The monarch died in the early hours of Sunday at his palace in Numan, Adamawa.
Boko Haram: Resurgence of attacks puts military in difficult situation – NSA
The NSA said the military needs every support it can get to succeed.
Borno to monitor budgets of 172 registered NGOs, CSOs – Official
The governor earlier said the humanitarian system had been fraught with irregularities, duplication of services and alleged corruption.
Despite Boko Haram, UNIMAID admitted more students than other universities in 2019
The school is one of 10 universities accounting for about one-sixth of all admissions in 2019.
Yobe Govt awards N5bn contract for two modern markets
The markets are to be sited at Potiskum and Gashua.
Nigeria needs more soldiers to defeat Boko Haram — Gov Zulum
The government wants Civilian-JTF members to be recruited into the military.
Bauchi governor reacts to ICPC seizure of property traced to him
“I had resigned my position from the school before I became minister
Katsina Govt drills 2,000 boreholes to tackle water shortage
Mr Masari disclosed this on Saturday when he inspected the Ajiwa Water Works meant to supply water to Katsina metropolis.
CAN suspends Adamawa Secretary over alleged mismanagement of N1.350m
The scribe was directed to refund the amount within the period of his suspension
UN Security Council speaks on recent attacks, killings in Borno
The foremost UN body underscored the necessity of bringing those behind the perpetration of these unsavoury acts of terrorism to justice.