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Traffic holdup: Adamawa restricts movement of heavy duty trucks, others in Yola

"Trucks, tankers, lorries, luxurious buses will be restricted to plying the Jimeta bypass from PZ roundabout to the Jimeta bridge.

Gotel’s OAP, Abdullahi Bazza is dead

An On Air Personality (OAP) and presenter of a popular Hausa program, Ana Dara Ga Dare Yayi in Gotel FM, Mr. Abdullahi Bazza is dead.

Adamawa CP vows to ensure rule of law at Nigeria/Cameroon border communities

Adamawa State Commissioner of Police (CP), Olugbenga Adeyanju has vowed to ensure security of lives and properties to Nigerian communities sharing borders with Cameroon Republic.

[PROMOTED] Abdu Dollar: Adamawa’s rising Phoenix and philanthropist par excellence

Abdullahi Ahmed who is fondly called Abdu Dollar has carved a niche for himself in the art of philanthropy to the extent that he established a reputation of being a household name in Adamawa state and beyond.

Robbers dressed in hunters, vigilante uniforms ransack residents of Yola

A gang of robbers dressed in hunters and vigilante uniforms have raided about 10 houses at Ummare in Yolde-Pate ward of Yola, the Adamawa state capital in the early hours of Saturday.

FRSC deploys 50 marshals at flyover site – Adamawa Sector Commander

The sector commander of Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Adamawa State command, Isaac Ocheja Ameh has disclosed that the command has deployed 50 Marshalls to ensure smooth traffic flow around the Jimeta flyover construction site.

Adamawa to expend N8.1bn to construct grade interchange, flyover in Yola

In order to enhance the beauty of the state capital, Adamawa state government has earmarked the sum of N8.1bn to construct a grade interchange and flyover in Jimeta, the administrative seat of power.

Police nabs two for defiling under-aged girls in Yola

Adamawa State police command has arrested two residents of Yakore/Jambutu in Yola north local government for raping underaged girls.

Court dismisses assault suit against Senator Abbo

Adamawa-North lawmaker, Senator Elisha Abbo, has won the case of assault instituted against him before a Magistrate Court in Zuba, Abuja by the Nigeria Police Force.

Eid-el-kabir: Laori felicitates with Muslims, calls for prayers over insecurity, COVID-19

Hon. Laori enjoined the Muslim ummah to pray fervently for the Nation during this trying period and to also observe the basic guidelines against the spread of Covid 19 Pandemic during the celebration.

Eid-el-Kabir: Forum Chairman of media heads to Deputy Govs, Kushi, felicitates with Muslims

The Chairman of the Forum of Heads of media to Deputy Governors in Nigeria, George Kushi has felicitated with the entire Muslims in the country over the Eid el Kabir Sallah celebration.

Adamawa CAN chairman, Dami Mamza felicitates with Muslims at Eid-el-Kabir

In a statement he personally signed, Mamza enjoined the Muslim Ummah to continue to adhere to the lessons of sacrifice, perseverance and forthrightness embedded in the festival.
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