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Heads may roll in ADSU as new governing council scrutinizes university’s books

Adamawa State University has been gripped by tension as the new governing council superintended by Awwal D Tukur commenced work.

Takeaways from Adamawa guber tribunal ruling

The election petition tribunal which upheld the election of Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of PDP, Friday evening has adduced its judgement on three substantive issues.

How my brother bailed me from kidnappers with his life – Victim

The kidnappers had waylaid and abducted several owners of cows who were on a weekly routine visit to the forest yesterday (Saturday), to inspect their cows being tended by paid herdsmen.

Tribunal: Fintiri to know fate tomorrow as Abbo, Binos, others emerge winners

Governor Ahmadu Fintiri, will tomorrow know his fate as the Governorship elections petitions tribunal decides on the petition filed by Action Peoples party seeking the cancellation of the March 9th and March 28th supplementary governorship polls.

Plot to deny Fowler second term thickens as first tenure lapses

Some vested and powerful interests within and outside the presidency are currently working round the clock to eclipse the second tenure of the Executive Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue, Tunde Fowler FOMBINATIMES can reveal.

Dealing with the Shila menace: a media approach

"I do not claim to have all the answers, therefore each and everyone who desires to have a say in how the state, Adamawa is governed is welcome to do so, and constructively" these were the words of Governor Ahmadu Fintiri.

‘Next Level’ Cabinet: Buhari shuns governors

As the nation awaits the list of the members of President Muhammadu Buhari’s 'NEXT LEVEL' cabinet, the governors are left guessing just like other Nigerians.

Swedish lawmakers earn in a year what Nigerian senator gets in 60 days

Lawmakers in Sweden have no official cars, enjoy no immunity, use public transport, and wash their own clothes themselves — in public laundries.

A peep into Buhari’s cabinet Hameed, Adamu, Fashola justle for Buhari’s CoS office

The Office of the CoS and key ministerial appointments have become subject of intense lobbying, intrigues and horse trading among friends and family members of Buhari, it was learnt.

Imminent showdown between governors, NFIU as new guidelines take effect today

The NFIU directive is believed to have issued to ensure financial autonomy of the local councils. The new guidelines impose a daily N500,000 cash transaction limit on all the 774 LGs.

High expectations in Adamawa as Fintiri replaces Bindow

Yola, the Adamawa State capital has been engulped by euphoria and frenzy of activities ahead of the inauguration of the new administration tomorrow.

How we busted drug cartel that implicated Zainab, by NDLEA chief

The insistence of the father of Zainab Aliyu, the young Nigerian lady just let off the hook in Saudi Arabia over illegal drug trafficking on her innocence, played a key role in her vindication, according to the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).
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Bauchi gov suspends Misau emir, 2 district heads over herders, farmers crisis

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BUA group to establish cement, power plants in Adamawa

The company will also provide three ambulances and N200 million to the government to help in the fight against the novel coronavirus in the state.

COVID-19: We have not relaxed ban on mass gatherings – NCDC

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) says it has not relaxed its guidelines on mass gathering in the coronavirus (COVID-19) protocol.

All parties involved in Malabu oil deal are corrupt – Italian prosecutor

Sergio Spadaro, the Italian deputy prosecutor, on Thursday told a Milan court prosecuting Shell and Eni over the OPL 245/Malabu affair that all parties involved in the deal were corrupt.