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Niger State

18 Jun 2019
Death toll in Niger state continues to rise as armed bandits attack communities.
1 Jun 2019
Nigerian Senate to review Niger State foreign, local debt.
10 Mar 2018
GAVI, NPHCDA seek solution to Immunization issues in Niger State.
3 Mar 2018
Gunnmen invade police station in Niger State.
11 Feb 2018
DPR seals 13 petrol stations in Niger State for alleged hoarding.
5 Feb 2018
Public school libraries - Facilities in some centres in Niger state deplorable.
14 Sep 2017
The old military barrack at Rafin Sayin along Suleja-Abuja road, Niger State, was recently demolished.
1 Jul 2017
UN to help Niger state with flooding, other issues.
27 Apr 2017
Justice Mohammed Mayaki of the Niger State High Court Minna on Tuesday ordered the remand of the former governor of Niger State, Babangida Aliyu, in prison custody up until May 4.
8 Feb 2017
Police arrest over 190 rustlers; recover 612 cattle in Niger State.

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