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Flood renders many homeless in Nasarawa community

Nasarawa flood

Many Residents of Ado community in Karu Local Government Area of Nasarawa State are now homeless following a heavy downpour that destroyed their houses and other valuables. Newsmen who were at the scene yesterday gathered that it was a sad day for the people of Ado Community when nature visited them in an unpleasant fashion. The downpour started around 6.am ...

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Nasarawa traditional ruler calls for govt intervention on road construction


The Osu of Agwada chiefdom in Nasarawa state, Alhaji Abubakar Sadiq-Obagu, has appealed to the state government to construct Kofar Gwari/ Agwada road to boost the socio-economic activities of the people of the area. Sadiq-Obagu made the appeal on Tuesday in his palace in an interview with newsmen in Agwada. The second class traditional ruler said that the construction of ...

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FMBN launches N8m houses for Nasarawa civil servants


In an effort to reduce housing deficit in the country, the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) has inaugurated a housing programme in Nasarawa State to serve as a pilot scheme towards providing 1,400 units across the nation. The Managing Director/Chief Executive, FMBN, Ahmed Dangiwa, disclosed this at the ground-breaking of the FMBN, Nigeria Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress and ...

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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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