Hong Chairman accepts violating LG laws, pleads for Adamawa Assembly’s leniency

Executive Chairman of Hong Local Government Council of Adamawa State, Hon. James Pukuma has accepted violating Local Establishment and Administration Law, 2014, and begged the state's lawmakers to temper justice with mercy.

Former Exec. Sec. Adamawa Christian Pilgrim board bags 5-year jail term

A Yola High Court presided by Justice Nathan Musa has sentenced the former Executive Secretary Christian Pilgrim Welfare Board (CPWB), Bishop Jinga Mayo to 5 years imprisonment without option of fine.

COVID-19: Modibbo Adama mosque shutdown in Yola

The famous Modibbo Adama mosque built since 1804 in Yola, the Adamawa State Capital was today shutdown as part of measures by the state government to prevent the spread of coronavirus pandemic.

Adamawa constitutes COVID-19 containment committee

Adamawa State government has on Monday, constituted a 9-man COVID-19 containment committee in its response to contain the spread of the dreaded virus in the state.

COVID-19: Adamawa CP orders ACs, DPOs, OCs to enforce social restriction

Madaki further directs the area commanders and DPOs to ensure that cases of unnecessary arrests and detention of suspects are not condoned.

SGF inspects ongoing FG projects in Adamawa

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha, has on Saturday inspected ongoing Federal government projects in Adamawa state.

Lamido Barkindo, the blessed one

Today, the decade-long reign of Lamido Muhammadu Barkindo has witnessed progress, peace and unity. His style, personality, education, Islamic orientation, exposure, connections, industry and acumen brought a fresh re-awakening in palace affairs and emirate administration.

Amidst looming recession, Adamawa LG chairmen spend millions to celebrate Fintiri

A cursory perusal of leadership newspaper of Thursday March 19, 2020 alone, revealed that the local government chairmen including the ALGON chairman Jingi Rufai sponsored no fewer than 10 full page colour adverts which roughly cost the local governments about N7 million.

Sen Binos felicitates with Fintiri over leadership governor of the year award

The senator representing Adamawa South senatorial zone, Senator Binos Dauda Yaroe has felicitated with governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri over the leadership governor of the year award 2019 which leadership newspapers group bestowed on the governor.

Former Adamawa lawmaker sues 5 constituents over bad debt

A former lawmaker who represented Song constituency in Adamawa State house of assembly between 2015 and 2019, Hon Sufyanu Muleng, has filed a suit before Song area court demanding to retrieve over N1 million bad debts he gave to some people in his constituency.

How leadership ‘Best Governor’ award on Fintiri elicits partisan animosity in Adamawa

The contentious 'Best Governor Award' given to Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa State by the leadership newspapers group has opened renewed and partisan acrimony between the pro and anti government forces in the State.

Adamawa varsity’s 8-year combined convocation postponed over coronavirus

The management of Adamawa State university Mubi, has announced the postponement of its earlier scheduled 8-year combined convocation over coronavirus pandemic.
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With 4 ventilators Adamawa govt says its well prepared to tame COVID-19

With only four ventilators in its two isolation centres, Adamawa State government has disclosed that it is well prepared to tackle COVID-19 in the state.

Two Kaduna Imams arrested for violating curfew, get N1m bail each

A Kaduna Chief Magistrate Court on has on Monday granted bail of N1 million each to the two clerics and their followers who allegedly violated curfew by conducting congregational prayers last Friday.