June 13, 2024
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Politics

Observer Group asked INEC to review Presidential/NASS elections in 3 Yobe polling units.

By Alkasom Bala The Coalition of INEC Accredited Observer Groups has charged the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to review the 2023 presidential and National Assembly elections in three polling units in Fika Local Government Area of Yobe. The units comprised of Manawaci 003, Tadangara 008 and Dambulwa 001 in Turmi and Malori wards. The […]

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Politics

University Don advised Nigerians to shun political thuggery.

B y Khadija Aliyu The public have been advised to shun thuggery and inciting comments before, during and after elections, to enjoy dividends of democracy.     The head of department, public administration, Bayero university Kano Dr. Sa’idu Ahmed Dukawa made the call in kano.   According to him, Political thuggery is an aspect of […]

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Politics

Nigerians charged to desist from vote buying

7/3/2023 Lawmaker charged Nigerians desist from vote buyin By Khadija Aliyu Nigerians have been urged, to desist from vote buying,and other criminal acts during elections.   Member representing Bunkure constituency, Alhaji Muhammad Uba Gurjiya gave the advise in kano. According to the lawmaker, credible elections would pave way for the development of Kano state and […]

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Politics

ELECTION: Naira Redesign has Curb Vote Buying-Senator Elect.

By Dauda Iliya The Senator elect representing Borno central Kaka Shehu Lawan says the naira redesign policy has curbed cases of vote buying in the just concluded presidential and national assembly elections. Kaka Shehu stated this at a media briefing in Maiduguri. The Senator elect has also described the election as one of the best […]

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Politics

UN-OCHA SUSPENDED HUMANITARIAN ACTIVITIES IN ADAMAWA STATE

   By  Gloria Abutu Following the suspension of activities of Local and International, Non Governmental Organizations, NGOs in Adamawa State by Governor Ahmadu Fintiri until 15th March, 2023, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs UN-OCHA has directed that all field activities be suspended. A statement by UN-OCHA Head of Sub-Office, Adamawa […]

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Politics

ADAMAWA STATE GOVERNOR SUSPENDED ACTIVITIES OF NGOs IN THE STATE

By  Gloria Abutu  Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has suspended activities of both local and international Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in Adamawa State. In a statewide broadcast on Tuesday, at Government House, Yola, the governor accused the NGOs of abandoning their constitutional duties of providing humanitarian services to engage in partisan politics. According to the governor, It […]

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Politics

2023 GENERAL ELECTION: Adamawa Residents ready to cast their votes.

By Gloria Abutu The Presidential and National Assembly elections in Yola, the Adamawa State capital witnessed an unprecedented turnout of voters on Saturday to exercise their franchise. As early as 8 o’clock in the morning, voters had already started queuing in their respective polling units. In all polling units visited like Kofare, Ajiya, Luggere, Dougirei, […]

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Economy Politics

Nigerians lament bank app crashes as transaction failure persists

Following the directive of the Central Bank of Nigeria for the swapping of old naira notes to new notes, Nigerians have begun to lament the challenges involved in the process despite the extension to February 10, 2023. Checks by The Fombina news showed that the people are not only experiencing challenges in swapping the old […]

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Business Economy Politics

2023: FG, states budget N19.16trn on salaries, pensions, others

The Federal and 35 of the 36 state governments, including the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, are to spend the sum of N19.16 trillion on payment of salaries, pensions, emoluments and others in 2023. They have also budgeted a miserly N11.435 trillion for capital projects. The recurrent expenditure could be more because most of the budget […]

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