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Kagara Abduction: Senate Demands State Of Emergency Over Insecurity

The Senate has called on President Muhammadu Buhari, to as a matter of urgency, declare a state of emergency on insecurity in the country. This was just as the Upper Chamber condemned in very strong terms, Wednesday’s abduction of students and teachers of Government Science School, Kagara, Niger State, by bandits. These were resolutions reached by the Senate following consideration of a motion, “Abduction of Students and Teachers of Government Science School Kagara: Need for urgent action.” Earlier, sponsor of the motion, Senator Mohammed Sani Musa (APC, Niger East), while…

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Gombe Desperate For Investment As Gov Unveils10-Year Development Plan

……..To Collaborate With Local, International Partners William Attah, Gombe Gombe State Governor, Muhammad Inuwq Yahaya has unveiled a 10 year development plan that seeks to propel the State to a self sustainable model in the area of agricultural, industrialization, commerce, trade and human resource development. Unveiling the plan tagged “Gombe Development Agenda”(DEVAGOM) at a grand ceremony, the Governor said “DEVAGOM is a product of synergy and collaboration with local and International partners that will put in place necessary structures and institutionalized reforms that will drive it’s effective implementation”. According to…

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Bandits Storm GSS Kagara, Abduct Students, Staff In Night Raid

A large number of students, whose exact figure, is yet unknown, have been abducted by armed bandits at Government Science College (GSC) kagara, in Niger State. The bandits in military uniforms, PRNigeria learnt, stormed the school premises which a close 1000 students on Tuesday night, overpowered the security guard, before whisking away the students. However, some students escaped after the raid. A headcount is being conducted at the school in the wee hours of Wednesday to ascertain the actual number of missing students. But PRNigeria also gathered that security agencies…

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Pantami Distribute Digital Farming Implements To 140 Gombe Youths

William Attah, Gombe Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Dr. Isah Ali Pantami says Nigeria must embrace digital Agriculture if the country must address future hunger challenge. He stated this at the commencement of a one week training and distribution of Smart devices, fertilizer, Pesticides, among other items and N100,000.00 to each of the trainees in Gombe State University, venue of the training. The programme is under the National Adopted Village for Smart Agriculture (NAVSA) empowerment programme which is to be implemented by the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) with…

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Ehingbeti Summit: Sanwo-Olu Unveils 10-Year Infrastructure Plan For Lagos 

Lagos State has set off an ambitious plan for its development over the next decade. By 2030, the State, which has the 5th largest economy in Africa, will have a running city-wide network of colour-coded Metro Lines that will move over 34.5 million people monthly and cut travel time in the metropolis drastically. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Tuesday, outlined key infrastructural deliverables being undertaken by the State at the 8th Lagos Economic Summit, otherwise known as Ehingbeti. The three-day event with the theme:  “Greater Lagos: Setting the Tone for the…

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Senate To Amend NDLEA Law Over Light Punishment

……Bill Passes 2nd Reading A bill seeking to amend the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) law to check the incidence of light sentencing for drug offenders, has passed second reading in the Senate. This followed the presentation of the lead debate on the general principles of the bill by the sponsor, Sen. Dimka Hezekiah (Plateau Central), during plenary, on Tuesday. The bill entitled, “a Bill for an Act to amend the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Act CAP N 30 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.” was read…

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Dangote Injects N10bn Into Education Sector

As the Dangote Academy prepares to admit yet another set of student engineers, it can be revealed that the company has in the recent past injected over N10billion into the Nigeria’s educational sector. The breakdown seen by this reporter shows that aside government, the Dangote Group is the second largest contributor to education in Nigeria. It is also the country’s largest private sector employer. A document seen by newsmen shows that about one thousand engineering graduates have been admitted into the Academy, and subsequently employed into the various subsidiaries of…

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