Coronavirus: MAUTech management announces one month closure

In deference to the National University Commission (NUC), which directed Nigerian universities to shut down in order to prevent the spread of the dreaded coronavirus pandemic, the management of Modibbo Adama University of Technology (MAUTech) has announced the closure of the institution with effect from Monday March 23, 2020.

Breaking: Adamawa govt orders closure of all schools over coronavirus

Adamawa State government has ordered the closure of all schools in the state in a move to prevent the incursion of the deadly coronavirus pandemic.

Adamawa allays fears of coronavirus infection, mulls closing schools

Adamawa State government has allayed fears of coronavirus infection in the state adding that it is mulling closing schools in order guard against the incursion of the virus into the state

Police nab 2 kidnappers, recover ammunition in Adamawa

The Adamawa State police command has nabbed two suspected kidnappers terrorising Shagari, Bole, Lakare and Anguwan Buro-Uba suburbs of Yola south local government of Adamawa State.

Declare 5-year emergency on education in N/east, ASUU urges FG

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Yola branch has called on the Federal government of Nigeria (FGN) to as a matter of urgency declare a state of emergency on education in the Northeast in order to revive the sector's lost glory in the region.

Adamawa assembly constitutes 25 new house standing committees

Following the dissolution of all standing committees a fortnight ago, the Adamawa state House of Assembly has on Monday constitute 25 new house standing committees.

Tribute to a great man, Abba Dahiru Zumo (Baba VT)

Baba VT was a man who gave his whole life to service of others. He touched thousands of lives. We were so blessed with his presence for so many years.

Police kill 3 kidnappers, recover AK47 rifle in Adamawa

Three notorious kidnappers have been killed in a shootout with the police at Kojoli, in Jada local government of Adamawa State police has revealed.

Judicial staff sues 76-yr-old man over alleged threat to castrate his manhood in Adamawa

A 76-year-old man, Gilbert Dan has been sued before a Yola Magistrate Court II over threats to castrate the manhood of a judicial officer (name withheld) who is allegedly having extra marital affairs with the 59-year-old wife of the septuagenarian.

Adamawa assembly commended over moves to create agency for IDPs

The Adamawa State house of Assembly has been commended for its move to establish an agency that will cater for the victims of insurgency and other communal clashes in the state.

You’ll rise like phoenix, Babachir tells Sanusi, says I survived similar storm

The immediate past Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Babachir David Lawal has in a show of solidarity told the deposed emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II that he will rise again like a Phoenix, noting that he has survived similar devilish and audacious machinations by his traducers.

Those who defected to PDP didn’t add any value to our party – ADC spokesman

The Public Relations Officer of the African Democratic Congress (ADC), Adamawa State chapter, Comrade Kukuya Godwin Kala'a has disclosed that those party members who recently defected to the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) in the state are political minions who did not add any value to the party.
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Two Kaduna Imams arrested for violating curfew, get N1m bail each

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