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By George Daniya

Mrs. Mary Noel-Berje

Ever since Governor Abubakar Sani Bello appointed the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Alh. Ahmed Ibrahim Matane, and Alh Ibrahim Balarabe, an immediate past commissioner, as his chief of staff (CSO), the attention… Continue reading

By George Daniya

It was Tuesday, and witho­ut prior notice, Gove­rnor Abubakar Sani Bello visited the ancient city of Bida, taking the people by surprise. The governor and his close officials stormed Bida to celebrate Ei­d-el Fitr with the loving… Continue reading

By Al-Mamun Mallam

Our guest on this column today, Al-Mamun Mallam, a friend, a writer, and public affairs analyst is generally a jolly good fellow. His article, “2019 polls: Insecurity and the manifestoes of APC and PDP”, reminds me of… Continue reading

By George Daniya

 

Minna, the Niger State capital, is clean – in the streets. The Niger State government ensures that state capital is kept clean through the engagement of workers, who tidy up the major streets of Minna every… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu 

The Eid el-Fitr celebration, June 15, which marks the end of Ramadan fasting, witnessed a large turnout of Muslims rejoicing and felicitating with fellow Muslims for successful completion of another  annual holy month of fast.… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

Children’s Day was celebrated last week May 27, without the usual fanfare that accompanies it when we were growing up. This speaks volumes. It is a sign that we are neglecting our responsibilities to these little ones.… Continue reading

By George Daniya

Democracy Day in Niger State was a low key celebration; no loud boisterous activities, but it brought journalists together in a first media parley with Governor Abubakar Sani Bello. More than any other journalist in the state,… Continue reading

By George Daniya

 

Late Hussaini Isah

I was so excited, as were the followers of Niger Tornadoes Football Club of Minna, when the Niger State governor, Dr Abubakar Sani Bello watched Match Day 21of the Nigeria Professional Football League… Continue reading

By George Daniya

“If politicians embrace each other like footballers, Nigeria would have to be a much peaceful nation”. I have been reflecting on this statement made last month by the Prelate of the Methodist Church of Nigeria, His Eminence,… Continue reading

By Suleiman Yakubu

 

In 2019, all these bickering and hullabaloo about who rules Nigeria will finally be settled during the general elections via the Permanent Voter’s Card, popularly known as the PVC. More still, all these talk about whether… Continue reading

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