Kiri Dam: Flood submerges 7 communities in Adamawa

Governor Jubrila BindowSeven communities in five local government areas of Adamawa State were submerged as flood waters from Kiri Dam in Guyuk Local Government Area, swept through the state.

News: Adamawa Governor Denies Using N200m To Pray Against Boko Haram

In a report by Vanguard, Adamawa State Governor, Jibrila Bindow has denied using the sum of N200m to pray against Boko Haram attacks in the state. The governor said that he was not using the sum to mobilize prayer warriors against Boko Haram insurgents as reported by the media. However,

Pay & All Will Be Fine: Clerics To Get N200M To Pray Against Boko Haram

Adamawa State Government has on Friday disclosed that it had allocated N200 million to engage prayer warriors to seek divine intervention toward ending the state’s lingering Boko Haram challenges. The Chief of Staff to the Adamawa governor, Abdurahman Jimeta, said this in a media chat aired on the Adamawa State

Adamawa to Spend N200 Million on Prayer Warriors & Vigilante Teams in Fight Against Boko Haram

The Adamawa State Government on Friday announced that it had earmarked N200 million to engage prayer warriors to seek divine intervention toward ending the state’s lingering security challenges. Abdurahman Jimeta, the Chief of Staff to the Adamawa governor disclosed this in a media chat aired on the Adamawa State Television,

Adamawa Assembly Under Fire For Clearing Atiku’s Daughter, Lamido Adamawa’s Son in Absentia

A fresh controversy is brewing at the Adamawa State House of Assembly following the lawmakers’ decision to clear the daughter of a former vice president, Atiku Abubakar, Ms. Fatima Abubakar, and the son of the state paramount traditional ruler, Lamido Adamawa, Muhammad Barkindo-Mustapha, as commissioners in absentia.

Air Force To Deploy More Platforms In Adamawa – Air Chief

The Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshall Sadique Abubakar, says more platforms of the Air Force will be deployed to Yola in Adamawa State to boost the war against terrorism in the north-east. Air Vice Marshall Abubakar gave the hint on Saturday in Lagos during an inspection of logistics

Yobe Hospital Gets 20m Naira To Care For Insurgency Victims

The Nigeria Foundation for the Support of Victims of Terrorism, through its Victims Support Fund, has presented a cheque of 20 million Naira to the General Sani Abacha Specialists Hospital in Damaturu, Yobe State, as part of assistance to victims of the attacks of dreaded Boko Haram sect. The cheque

Over 2,000 Displaced Nigerians Undergo Screening

Over 2,000 Nigerians who were recently sent back to the country by the Cameroon authorities are currently undergoing screening and profiling at the Nigeria-Cameroon border. The spokesman of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Mr Manzo Ezekiel, told Channels Television that the people were asked to leave Cameroon for not

Internally Displaced Persons In Borno Get Free Medicare

The Nigerian Air Force is giving free medical care to the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) living in makeshift camps across Borno State. More than 130,000 locals from the twenty local councils dislodged by insurgents are living in camps spread across the capital city or elsewhere.

Residents Commend Return Of Checkpoints In Yobe

Checkpoints have resurfaced in Yobe State, in compliance to the nationwide “stop and search” directive by the Inspector General of Police aimed at checking the activities of dissident Boko Haram members. A visit to most check points in Damaturu metropolis and along the Damaturu-Maiduguri highway by Channels Television’s team, revealed

4 Children in Adamawa Reveal: “We Were Paid N2,500 to Bomb Yola Barracks”

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Following a bomb blast that occurred in Yola, Adamawa state on Thursday, Federal Road Safety officials conducted an investigation, the culprits were discovered- 4 boys aged between nine and 15 years who were paid N2,500 by Boko Haram to bomb Yola Barracks. According to Punch, the bags containing the explosives