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Nigerian soldiers have been accused of killing nearly 30 Fulani people mostly old men and women during an attack on their settlement in the Keana local council area of the central Nasarawa State. "This is the most despicable thing I have seen,"
Nigerian woman disowns cat because she thinks he's gay Will he be feline homesick? Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 8:04 AM Google The woman and cat live in Lafia, Nigeria, but no longer under the same roof. A Nigerian woman has disowned her 7-year-old cat
The partners are Siraj Consulting Engineers, Aeroprecisa, and GIS Transport, partners in the totality of the 24-month period project executing Geographic Information System (GIS), and Digital Aerial Mapping (DAM), all expected to turn Nasarawa into a
45pm on Sunday involved a green 18-seater bus with registration number XA 696 STK and a gold-coloured Mercedes 230 with registration number AA 540 TWU...Mallam Ibrahim Isah, an eyewitness, said three of the victims were catapulted through the roof of
The herdsmen who gathered at the Miyetti Allah headquarters in Nasarawa expressed their unhappiness over the handling of the issue relating to lecturers' pay which has resulted in the unnecessary and endless stay-at-home of Nigerian students.
8 Killed, 61 Hospitalised in Plateau Cholera Outbreak 20 October 2013 Jos Medical authorities in Plateau have confirmed an outbreak of cholera in Namu village in the Qua'pan Local Government Area of the state. Namu, a village at the Plateau and
The fresh attack also left several houses and farmlands destroyed, while many of the natives have reportedly fled their homes for fear of being killed by the assailants. The attackers laid siege on the community, marched into the villages in their
And now we are doubting the authenticity of the claim by the security agencies." That was Senator Ali Ndume speaking yesterday at plenary as the Senate detailed its committees on National Security, Intelligence and Judiciary to probe the
More than 1,000 homes have been destroyed and 40,000 people displaced by renewed fighting between Ombatse militiamen and Alago youths in Nigeria, locals say. The latest hostility between the groups started Thursday in the Tudun Adabu village of the
Survivors of the clash between the Ombatse ethnic militia and Assakio in Alago community in Lafia local government area of Nasarawa State have narrated how they escaped death. In spite of the condemnation trailing the seeming insensitivity of the