Police arrest suspected kidnapper, recover corpse of 5-year-old victim
Kano State Police command has arrested suspected kidnappers and recover five year old victim from them.
Kano commission accuses Emir Sanusi of misappropriating over N4bn
Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission has accused the Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II of misappropriating over Four Billion naira. Here are some of the alleged financial malfeasance leveled against the former Central Bank of Nigeria Governor.
Ganduje vs Jaafar Jaafar: Why Kano Police provided security during investigation
The Publisher of the Online Daily Nigerian Newspaper, Jaafar Jaafar has appeared before the Lawmakers at the Kano State House of Assembly investigating the $5m Bribery Allegation against Kano State Governor Abdullahi Ganduje.
Lawmakers tackle Jafaar over failure to balance alleged corruption videos
The Publisher of the Online Daily Nigerian Newspaper, Jaafar Jaafar has appeared before the Lawmakers at the Kano State House of Assembly investigating the $5m Bribery Allegation against Kano State Governor Abdullahi Ganduje. During his cross-examination, he refused to disclose the source (whistleblower) that provided with the video-recording of Governor while collecting the bribe.
Rising cost of jollof rice
A pot of jollof rice is likely to become unaffordable for Nigerians as food prices continue to rise in the market. According to an SBM report, it costs between N6,000 and N7,140 to cook a pot of jollof rice (turkey and beef inclusive) for 5 people. Kano State remains the town with the highest average cost of a pot of the delicacy at N7,140.
No federal university should pay tuition, says Nigerian Govt.
The federal government has given provisional licence for the establishment of a private institution, Skyline University, in Kano State.
Kano state government works on improving healthcare system
Kano state government works on improving the healthcare system.
Malaria infections on the rise in Nigeria
The World Health Organization says more women and children in Sub-Saharan Africa are being tested for malaria. It says there's been a 20-percent rise in testing, but despite the progress, a large number of infections are still being reported.