Adamawa NUT members reject LGA autonomy
29 June 2017 | 1:02 pm
Adamawa NUT members reject LGA autonomy.
10 Sep 2019
The Adamawa state Police Command has arrested protesting members of NSCDC for illegal assembly.
25 Oct 2019
In Adamawa State where police paraded illegal rehabilitation centre and rescued 15 persons. Deputy spokesperson at the state police command Suleiman Nguroje says the rescued inmate were found in dehumanizing conditions.
1 Nov 2019
No fewer than 100 communities have been submerged and farmlands destroyed in Adamawa state by flood.
1 Nov 2019
No fewer than 100 communities have been submerged in Adamawa after heavy downpour in the state.
26 Nov 2019
Suspected herdsmen have killed scores in Shuwa-Kala'a Village, Adamawa state. One of the locals told Tvcnews that since the start of the harvest season, herdsmen have been terrorising the area. Sani Ahmed, who spoke with journalists on phone said the military had intervened and is hopeful they will be able to contain and push back the attackers.
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The crisis in north-east Nigeria is one of the most severe in the world today. Across the six affected states of Borno, Adamawa, Yobe, Bauchi, Gombe and Taraba, 10.2 million people are estimated to be in need of humanitarian assistance in 2018, of whom 52 per cent are women and girls, and 48 per cent are men and boys.
13 Feb 2020
The National Drug Law enforcement agency has paraded no fewer than 21 suspected drug abusers in Adamawa state.
17 Feb 2020
The Adamawa/Taraba States customs command recently intercepted 330 kilogrammes of Pangolin scales, 33,000 litres of petroleum products as well as assorted foreign rice valued at N98.3 million.
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The political crisis in Adamawa State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party is deepening as a faction of the party has commenced statewide registration of members in the 226 wards in the state.
8 Apr 2020
The Nigerian Union of Journalists, Adamawa state chapter, has issued a 72-hour ultimatum to the Police to tender a public apology over the arrest and torture of 12 journalists in the state.
27 May 2020
Insurgency: Lawmaker laments the deplorable state of Adamawa communities
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