YEDC to implement new tariff regime from July 1, 2020

The Yola Electricity Distribution Company (YEDC), has finalised arrangements to implement the new tariff regime from July 1, 2020.

Insecurity: 11 Adamawa/Cameroon traditional rulers organise int’l peace parley

Traditional rulers from Dumo, Gashiga, Bashew, Dazal, Denbo, Girviza and Shevi communities in Cameroon will attend the Saturday's parley.

Adamawa records 15 new COVID-19 infections as Nigeria’s toll hits 22,614

Adamawa State has recorded 15 new coronavirus infections making the total infections recorded since the index case to hit 73.

Jungle Justice: One suspected Shila Boy died, 3 responding to treatment – Police

Adamawa State police command disclosed that one among the four suspected Shila Boys lynched and set ablaze by an angry mob in Jimeta, Wednesday evening in the state capital has died while three are currently responding to treatment.

Police rescue 4 suspected Shila Boys lynched, set ablaze by angry mob

Adamawa State police command has disclosed rescuing four suspected Shila Boys who were lynched and set ablaze by an angry mob in Yola, the state capital.

Adamawa records 10 new COVID-19 infections as active cases hit 13

Adamawa state COVID-19 infections is steadily rising after the state recorded zero infections last week.

Just In: Police fires personnel over alleged murder in Adamawa

Adamawa police command has dismissed a policeman, Corporal Richard Japheth who allegedly shot and killed a 20-year-old tricyclist, Arabo Dauda for failing to give him N100 toll pass in Maiha Local Government area of the state.

2023 Governorship: Adamawa central APC caucus mobilizes support for zone

The leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Adamawa Central Zone has commenced mobilizing support for the zone to lead the state ahead of the 2023 governorship election.

One-yr-in-office: Sen Binos commissions five solar-powered boreholes 

There was general ecstasy in Adamawa southern senatorial zone as senator Binos Dauda Yaroe commissions five solar powered boreholes in different communities to mark his first anniversary in office.

Adamawa CAN suspends Secretary for allegedly mismanaging N1.350m

The Adamawa Secretary of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Anthony Elishama, has been suspended for three months over alleged mismanagement of N1.350 million.

How I was kidnapped – 90-year-old Nyako’s brother

Alhaji Dahiru Hammnyero, 90-year-old elder brother of former Adamawa State governor, Murtala Hammanyero Nyako, narrated his ordeal in the hands of young kidnappers who forced him to a three-and-a half-hour trek in the trenches.

COVID-19: We’ve 80 pending cases in Adamawa Court – NDLEA

The National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) Adamawa state command said it has over 80 cases of suspected Drug dealers and users pending at the Federal High Court, Yola.
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Gunmen kill 2, abduct APC chieftain, 9 others in Katsina

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SSS arrests EFCC Acting Chairman, Magu

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