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Kaduna State Government plans to sack any teacher that go on strike

Kaduna State Government plans to sack any teacher that go on strike

The Kaduna State Government has instructed its education administrators to open registers in all its schools, starting from tomorrow (Monday) and declare any teacher absent from work as having absconded from duty under the Public Service Rules. The state government in a statement by Samuel Aruwan, senior special assistant to the Kaduna governor, said it will take firm and decisive ...

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Where would you love to spend your honeymoon?

Where would you love to spend your honeymoon?

After the wedding comes the honeymoon, right? Many of us look forward to this because it is a one time experience, sort of. This is why the decision on where to spend your honeymoon becomes one of the most important wedding decisions. Below are some responses of single and married people: Ayokunle Onipede, who is a married man told us ...

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Katsina State celebrates 30 years of its creation

Katsina State Celebrates 30 Years of Statehood

“A week ago, Katsina State rolled out the drums to celebrate 30 years of its creation‎ with pomp and pageantry. Ibrahim Shuaibu was there and files this report”- This Day Katsina usually referred to as Katsina state to distinguish it from the city of Katsina, is a state in North-west zone of Nigeria. It’s capital is Katsina city and has ...

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EFCC proposes prison in Sambisa forest for corrupt people

EFCC proposes prison in Sambisa forest for corrupt people

“Ibrahim Magu, acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), says a prison prison in Sambisa forest, a stronghold of the Boko Haram sect in Borno state for corrupt persons should be established .”- PM News Magu made this known while speaking at the commissioning of the agency’s zonal office in Kaduna on Thursday. He also appealed to ...

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A Struggle for Shelter in an Urbanizing World

urban housing crisis in Nigeria

Caveat Emptor!…Buyer beware…this house is not for sale…beware of 419. These phrases are commonplace in Nigeria where buyers often times have less information about properties to be acquired. As far as shelter is concerned in Nigeria, it’s the survival of the fittest. One of the critical challenges to sustainable development in the developing countries wherein Nigeria belongs is the lack ...

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Anambra indigenes in Kaduna sue Obiano, others over revoked land

Lekki land

“INDIGENES of Anambra State residing in Kaduna have dragged the Anambra State government, the state Commissioner of Police and a private developer to court over the state government’s alleged revocation of over 200 plots of land allocated to them by the earstwhile governor of the state, Dr. Chinwoke Mbadinuju in 2000. Hundreds of members of the group, under the aegis ...

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LAND CONFLICTS: How it started and why it still occurs

Land conflicts

All over the world, people struggle for land. Many of them struggle with land conflicts and some of them struggle to solve them peacefully. This article aims to facilitate the understanding of people’s position, attitude and behaviour, as well as their underlying interests and motivation when an asset such as land ownership is at stake. From the ancient Greek myths ...

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Land wars claim lives in Northern Nigeria

Land wars

“Bakin Kogi – Dalami Tukura stands with a long, hand-crafted musket slung over his right shoulder next to his brother’s freshly-dug grave, a mound of red earth marked with a cross made of woven grass. The burly 40-year-old maize farmer’s brother was killed just days ago when suspected cattle herders attacked his home in northern Nigeria. “He was shot,” Tukura ...

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Kaduna, General Electric partners to equip 278 hospitals

Kaduna, General Electric partners to equip 278 hospitals

The Nation reports that Kaduna State government and General Electric (GE) are partnering to equip 278 health care facilities in the state, adding that the programme highlights the government’s effort at providing a comprehensive solution to health care challenges. Aspects to be addressed include maternal and infant mortality, communicable illnesses, diabetes, heart disease and cancer, The Nation reports. The Nation ...

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FEC approves 215MW power plant for Kaduna State

Fashola explains why power supply is poor nationwide

The Federal Executive Council, FEC, has given an approval for the construction of a power plant in Kaduna State, which is expected to generate 215 megawatts of electricity. According to Vanguard, the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, dropped the hints while briefing State House Correspondents alongside his colleagues in the Ministry of Information, Budget and National Planning ...

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