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Adamawa State

24 Jul 2020
The Adamawa state police command has paraded 63 suspects for various criminal offenses ranging from kidnapping, armed robbery, and incitement of communal conflicts.
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.
16 Mar 2020
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.
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.
18 Jul 2017
EU, UNICEF donate drugs, equipment to Adamawa state.
28 Jun 2017
Adamawa State, EU, UNICEF sign MoU to train health teachers.
15 Apr 2017
VP Osinbajo to inspect on-going projects in Adamawa State.
3 Apr 2017
Among the communities destroyed by the Boko Haram insurgents in Michika Local Government in Adamawa State, north-east Nigeria, are the mountain-dwelling communities of Mitre, Ganguluma and Mukula.
2 Apr 2017
Adamawa State, north-east Nigeria, is one of the states severely ravaged by the Boko Haram Insurgency. Though some of the survivors of the barbaric attacks braved the horror by staying back in their homes, IDP Camps became the new home for many.

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