Kwara govt introduces new tax, ID cards for Okada riders
An official also said all factions of Okada unions in the state would henceforth wear a single uniform.
Borno ‘ready to provide 50,000 able-bodied persons’ to help Boko Haram fight – Zulum
The governor said Nigeria needs 100,000 more troops to defeat Boko Haram
Gov. Abdulrasaq sacks managers of Herald newspaper, Radio Kwara, State TV
The affected media organisations include, The Herald newspaper, Radio Kwara and Kwara Television Service.
Police arrest 12 suspects over perm sec’s abduction
The perm sec, Jibril Giza, was abducted on February 16 and regained his freedom on February 18.
Gov. Lalong inaugurates 11-member justice reform committee
The review is part of the state government’s efforts to implement the Administration of Criminal Justice Law.
Resident doctors decry assault on member at Abuja hospital
Mr Arome said that the assault was committed on Saturday when the doctor on call was discharging his duty.
26 bag first class as UniAbuja holds 24th convocation
The university will also confer honorary degrees to some individuals including the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed, for his exemplary leadership.
Despite campaigns, logging, charcoal business thrive in North-central Nigeria – Survey
Indiscriminate felling of trees for charcoal production is thriving in in the North-Central in spite of government’s campaigns
Gov. Bello suspends VC, Rector for disobeying directive on TSA
The Vice Chancellor of Kogi State University and the Rector of Kogi State Polytechnic due to their non-compliance with the TSA policy of the state government.
Gov. Bello commiserates with victims of bandits attack
The attack by bandits on motorcycles led to the death of three persons and left many injured.
One dead, three injured as fire guts Kogi settlement
He said that the victims, apart from being rendered homeless, had lost cash and personal effects worth millions of Naira.
Police confirm abduction of supermarket owner in Benue
The police said the businessman was kidnapped on Saturday.
Kogi confirms nine cases of Lassa fever, four deaths
Out of the 31 suspected cases of Lassa fever, one was probable, 17 negative, nine confirmed, while five had pending laboratory results.
Kogi Polytechnic to hold convocation for five sets of graduates
The Rector, who assumed office 11 months ago, said the last convocation of the institution took place five years ago.
Plateau to establish community police — Gov. Lalong
Governor Lalong said the state would establish community policing, using “indigenous options”
INEC to conduct Kwara Assembly by-election March 14
The member representing Patigi Constituency in the House, Ahmed Rufai, died in December.