IN Niger State Borgu local government transition committee. By Rukky M Dindey

Borgu local government transition committee,which am one of the member, were saddled with the responsibility of formation of policy as well as Planning, implementation and recommendation of challenges faced in various department… In view of this,the committee interfaced with all directors to proffer and recommend Solution that will enable the chairman and his council members […]

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Photos from wedding of Rev. Sister who married Policeman

Twenty-four hours after her pre-wedding photos went viral on social media, the wedding photos the Catholic Reverend Sister who quit her religious profession to get married to a police officer has emerged. The former Catholic Reverend Sister who was captured in different attire on her traditional wedding day. She was seen carrying a cup of wine […]

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Electronic voting would reduce electoral cases – Lawmaker

By EricJames Ochigbo Deputy Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Science and Technology, Rep. Olaide Akinremi (APC-Oyo) said he would prioritise legislation that would support use of technology to improve electoral process in the country. Akinremi made the pledge in Abuja while reacting to the Court of Appeal judgment that upheld his victory in the […]

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Wedding invitation… The families of Mallam Mahmud I Aishat and Late Audu Buba, Cordially invite You to the Wedding Fatiha of their Children, Mallam Idris (Badan) and Faiza Buba Kankan. Which will in she Allah take place as follow… Date: 4th-10-2019. Time: 2:30pm after juma’at prayer. Venue: Late Audu Buba Residence Opposite Emir Palace. God bless you as you come, announcer for the family.

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Saving Nigerian girls from sex slavery

By Ifeanyi Nwoko, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) There were startling revelations recently on how Nigeria girls were used as sex slaves in some West African countries. The Director-General of National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), Julie Okah-Donli, let the cat out of the bag when she said that over 20,000 […]

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Why Pidgin English deserves recognition – Emir

By Emmanuel Afonne The Emir of Lafia, Alhaji Sidi Bage Muhammad I, has called for the official recognition of Pidgin English as a language in the country and for unifying Nigerians through its spoken words. Muhammad, a retired Supreme Court Justice made the call at the 35th Annual National Conference of English Scholars’ Association of […]

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