Abuja community, Kango, agrees to end violence against women
Group reaches out to communities to end domestic violence.
Group writes Nigeria’s 26 political parties on transparent polls
The group asks parties warning them against impunity and asking them to obey the provisions of Code of Conduct for Political Parties.
Plateau yet to feel Jonathan’s impact despite 1 million votes in 2011 – PDP chieftain
A group lambasts Mr. Jang for lawlessness in handling state matters.
Voter Card: INEC warns staff against shoddy exercise in Nasarawa
Collection desks will be opened at the local government headquarters affected by the recent crisis in the state to ensure that displaced persons are not disenfranchised.
Plateau teachers protest financial autonomy for LGAs
The teachers want state governments to take over primary schools.
Kwara govt accuses PDP of attacking governor’s convoy
State Government lodges complaint with the State Police Command.
Soldiers threaten to shoot FIRS officials over sealed hotel
The FIRS was carrying out a nationwide shutdown of tax defaulting companies.
INEC provides alternatives centres for displaced people in Nasarawa
The distribution of voter cards will commence on November 28 and 30.
CAN demands punishment for soldier who stabbed man to death in Plateau
The Christian Association of Nigeria demands punishment for the killer soldier.
Nasarawa Crisis: Security stepped up in Lafia as military quells fresh unrest
The town was rocked with violence clashes on Sunday and Monday.
Nasarawa PDP alleges conspiracy between APC, judiciary
PDP would ensure “misrule” ends by February 2015 when the people of the state would vote the governor and APC out of office.
FEC approves N56.2bn for infrastructure development in Abuja
The approvals were based on five memoranda presented to the council by the Minister of FCT.
Plateau PDP disqualifies 4 House of Assembly aspirants
The decision was taken to sanitise the party of questionable characters.
Al-Makura’s aide murdered, not armed robbery – Brother
“Why would they choose to shoot only him and leave others travelling with him.”
As Jang owes teachers, NLC threatens not to support his anointed candidate
Jonah Jang’s administration hasn’t paid teachers in the state for seven months.