Monday, June 14, 2021


Nasarawa state

Out of 384 licensed miners, only 28 are active in Nasarawa – Association

The Miners Association of Nigeria, MAN, has disclosed that out of the 384 licensed miners in Nasarawa State, only 28 are active in the state.

APC chieftain cautions Nasarawa Assembly against anti-govt policies

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, In Nasarawa State, Iliya Aliyu, has cautioned the state House of Assembly to desist from resolutions that will set the electorates against the state government.

Why we rejected N8m offer from #EndSARS promoters – Group

The Nasarawa state Chairman of local boxers Association “Dambe” Mararaba area of Karu local government, Idris Bambarewa, said his association had rejected an N8 Million offer from EndSARS promoters.

Abuja-Keffi gridlock:  Nasarawa govt to build bus terminus in Karu, Lafia

The Nasarawa State Government says it is building a Bus Terminus in Karu and Lafia in the state, to help ease the traffic gridlock along Abuja-Keffi road.

Nigerian troops eliminate bandits, recover arms, drugs in Nasarawa

The Defence Headquarters, Abuja, says troops of Operation Whirl Stroke neutralised two bandits at Kango and Adumata villages in Nasarawa State on Oct. 18.

Nasarawa govt orders arrest of private vehicles using govt number plates

The Nasarawa State Board of Internal Revenue says it will henceforth arrest government officials using government number plates on their private vehicles.

Nasarawa govt to commence e-registration of hotels

The Nasarawa State Government says arrangements have been concluded to commence electronic registration of hotels across the state to reposition the hospitality industry for better service delivery.

Gunmen release Nigerian lecturer abducted in Nasarawa

Gunmen have released Clement Uhembe, the kidnapped lecturer of the Federal University, Lafia, Nasarawa State.

JUST IN: Gunmen abduct Nigerian lecturer, demand N30m ransom

Gunmen suspected to be kidnappers have abducted clement Uhembe, a senior lecturer with the Federal University, Lafia, Nasarawa State.

School re-opening, UBEC donates 19,000 facemasks, other PPEs to Nasarawa schools

The Universal Basic Education Board, UBEC, has donated 19,000 facemasks and other COVID-19 protective items to primary schools in Nasarawa State.

Nasarawa govt to partner Kuwait on oil exploration

Nasarawa State Government has sought the partnership of the State of Kuwait in its quest for oil exploration in Keana local government area of the state.

Sule slashes 25% land chargers for prospective developers in Nasarawa

The Nasarawa State governor, Engr Abdullahi Sule, has approved the reduction of land chargers by 20 per cent for prospective developers in the state.

Dr. Usman Adis: Rescuing healthcare service delivery in Nasarawa

The re-appointment of Dr. Usman Mohammed-Adis as the Executive Chairman of the Nasarawa State Primary Healthcare Development Agency, NSPHDA, for a second term was no surprise to many, considering his antecedents in the agency.

Nasarawa govt disburses N300m to retirees

The Nasarawa State Government has commenced the disbursement of over N300 million gratuities to 600 retired civil servants in the state.

COVID-19: UNICEF, Nigerian govt in stakeholders’ dialogue on safe school resumption 

The United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF, in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Education, has organised a stakeholders’ dialogue to review the template on school reopening towards having a minimum standard for safe return to schools in the country.

Nigerian troops kill several bandits, arrest criminals in Benue, Nasarawa, Taraba – DHQ

The Defence Headquarters says the troops of ”Operation Whirl Stroke” has recorded another success in the fight against terrorists, bandits and other criminal elements in the North Central region of the country.

Bandits kill 2 FRSC officers, kidnap 10 others on Nasarawa highway

Two officials of the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, were Monday confirmed dead and 10 others missing after.

Nasarawa gov’s aide risks 14-year jail term over forgery, impersonation

A Senior Special Assistant, SSA, to Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State on Development Control, Stanley Buba, may likely bag a 14-year jail term if convicted of alleged forgery and fraud.

Only performing directors will be appointed Perm Secs – Sule

Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State has said that only performance will be the benchmark for the appointment of directors as Permanent Secretaries of various ministries in the state.

Gov. Sule set for reshuffle as corruption rocks cabinet

Barring last-minute changes, Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State is to reshuffle his cabinet, following corruption allegations hanging on the necks of some of his political appointees, DAILY NIGERIAN learned.

Nigerian troops raid bandits’ camps, kill 1, apprehend 4 in Benue, Nasarawa – DHQ

The Defence Headquarters says the troops of Operation Whirl Stroke have raided some identified bandits’ camps in parts of Benue and Nasarawa states killing one and arresting four on Sunday.

Police recruitment: Applicants presenting fake documents, commissioner raises alarm

A member of the Federal Character Commission, FCC, Mamman Alakayi, has raised an alarm, saying that some applicants of the ongoing police constable recruitment exercise are presenting fake credentials. 

Buhari commended for granting import levy waiver on prepaid meters

An Electricity expert, Mohammed Idris on Monday commended President Muhammadu Buhari for granting a one-year waiver on import levy on prepaid electricity meters.

FOMWAN trains women on small scale businesses in Nasarawa

The Federation of Muslim Women Association in Nigeria, FOMWAN, Nasarawa State chapter, has trained over 80 women on different small scale businesses.

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