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Tiv, Fulani reach truce in Benue, Taraba states


[FILES] OrtomThe Tiv and Fulani ethnic groups in Takum and Katsina-Ala local councils of Taraba and Benue states have agreed to sheathe their swords and embrace peace. They took the decision...

Thu Jun 24th, 2021     Read More →

Senate’s mid term report and what stakeholders say


The Senate on Wednesday rolled out series of activities to celebrate what it called modest achievements in its last two years. Proceeding with the celebration, the Senate leadership announced that...

Tue Jun 22nd, 2021     Read More →

NALDA to support farmers in 6 states with tractors


agriculture The Federal Government through the National Agricultural Land Development Authority (NALDA) would provide tractors for farmers in six states for 2021 wet season farming to boost food...

Mon Jun 21st, 2021     Read More →

Ranching is solution to end clashes, Taraba speaker tells stakeholders


The Speaker, Taraba State House of Assembly, Joseph Kunini, has called on stakeholders to sensitise their people on the need to adopt ranching as global best practices in livestock production....

Sun Jun 20th, 2021     Read More →

Grazing routes: Suspense as debate goes to the wire


There is palpable apprehension nationwide, as the search for solution to the clashes between herdsmen and farmers, which have intensified across the country in recent time, seems not yielding the...

Sat Jun 19th, 2021     Read More →

EU commits €11m to food security in Kebbi, Adamawa


NCAM director canvasses ready market for agric produce The European Union (EU) has committed €11 million to address food crisis in some states close to the Sahara Desert. EU Programme...

Thu Jun 17th, 2021     Read More →

Nigeria on suicide slide, may not see another June 12, Soyinka warns


Nobel laureate Prof. Wole Soyinka has said that Nigeria may not celebrate another Democracy Day as one nation if President Muhammadu Buhari fails to listen to the people and decentralise the...

Tue Jun 15th, 2021     Read More →

Why FG’s livestock plan has failed to take off since 2019


Animal production specialists, livestock farmers and officials in the Federal Ministry of Agriculture have identified obstacles to the proposed National Livestock Transformation Plan (NLTP)...

Mon Jun 14th, 2021     Read More →

NALDA to establish farm estates in 109 senatorial districts


The Nigeria Agriculture Land Development Agency (NALDA) has concluded plans to establish integrated farm estates across the 109 senatorial districts. The Executive Director of NALDA, Paul...

Sun Jun 13th, 2021     Read More →

U.S. laments govt’s inaction on religious extremism, considers special envoy


The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) has warned of a genocide in the country if the Federal Government fails to arrest the growing extremism, particularly in...

Thu Jun 10th, 2021     Read More →

Inflation, hunger loom over fresh strike by food sellers 


The Amalgamated Union of Food Stuff and Cattle Dealers of Nigeria (AFUCDN) has threatened to cut the supply of foodstuff nationwide if insecurity is not addressed by the Federal Government. A...

Thu Jun 10th, 2021     Read More →

76,855 pupils sit for 2021 entrance exams into Unity Schools 


Students during the 2021 National Common Entrance Examination into unity colleges at St. Jude Girls Secondary School, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State… yesterday<br />Seventy-six thousand,...

Sun Jun 6th, 2021     Read More →

Why USAID supports WASH in Kebbi, others


‘Humanitarian crises worsen in Zamfara’ Poor access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) by residents of Kebbi, Sokoto and Zamfara states has been identified as a major reason the...

Fri Jun 4th, 2021     Read More →

COVID-19: NCDC confirms 25 additional infections


The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed 25 new Coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 166,560. x The NCDC indicated this late...

Thu Jun 3rd, 2021     Read More →

Again, suspected herders kill 14 in Taraba


Herders No fewer than 14 persons were reportedly killed, yesterday, in separate attacks in Bali and Gassol local councils of Taraba State. The attacks, alleged to have been carried out by...

Sun May 30th, 2021     Read More →