Unrest as Suleja Army Barrack is demolished
14 September 2017 | 5:06 am
The old military barrack at Rafin Sayin along Suleja-Abuja road, Niger State, was recently demolished.
8 Feb 2017
Police arrest over 190 rustlers; recover 612 cattle in Niger State.
1 Jul 2017
UN to help Niger state with flooding, other issues.
5 Feb 2018
Public school libraries - Facilities in some centres in Niger state deplorable.
11 Feb 2018
DPR seals 13 petrol stations in Niger State for alleged hoarding.
3 Mar 2018
Gunnmen invade police station in Niger State.
5 Mar 2018
A school with worst library in Niger state gets govt attentions after channels TV report.
10 Mar 2018
GAVI, NPHCDA seek solution to Immunization issues in Niger State.
1 Jun 2019
Nigerian Senate to review Niger State foreign, local debt.
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Death toll in Niger state continues to rise as armed bandits attack communities.
13 Jan 2020
Supreme court affirms Governor Sani Bello as governor of Niger State
9 Feb 2020
Citizens of Niger State took their cry to President Muhammadu Buhari, urging him to look for a holistic approach to tackle insecurity, which they say has assumed alarming dimensions.
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