Against the dismissal of the petition presented before the Justice A Nwobodo-led governorship election tribunal against the Gombe state governor, Ibrahim Dankwambo, the Supreme Court has ordered a retry of the case, Vanguard reports. Dankwambo
Party leader says even the APC gubernatorial candidate will not be surprised by the pronouncement of the judgment against him and his party. The post INTERVIEW: Gombe APC knew it would lose governorship petition – PDP chieftain appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Nigeria’s Department of State Services (DSS) has released the identities of 21 alleged commanders and front-line members of the Boko Haram terrorist group arrested in different parts of the country. In a statement signed by Mr Tony Opuiyo, the DSS explained that the successful arrest is a result of the
The legislators say the governor wants to illegally appoint Caretaker Committees for Local Governments Areas. The post Gombe APC lawmakers accuse governor of taking N14 bn loan to pay salaries appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Head of Forestry unit of Yamaltu/Deba Local Governmen Council in Gombe on Thursday confirmed the killing of a notorious Hippopotamus in Dadinkowa dam that had been terrorizing the community for the past two years and had killed five people. He told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Gombe on
The National Economic Council Committee investigating the activities of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has announced plans to engage the services of two audit firms to investigate the books of generating agencies. Members of the Committee comprising of Governors of Edo, Kaduna, Akwa Ibom and Gombe States say the
Wife of the President, Aisha Buhari, has donated undisclosed amount of money to 48 victims of the recent Gombe bomb blast admitted at the Federal Teaching and Specialists’ Hospital (FTH), Gombe. Aisha Jibir, member representing Dukku/Nafada Federal constituency of Gombe State, presented the money Saturday in Gombe,on behalf of the
FILE PHOTO of a bomb blast in Jos (AFP) – More than 40 people were feared dead in Gombe city, northeast Nigeria, on Wednesday after a series of bomb blasts ripped through two bus stations, a rescue worker and a witness told AFP.
FILE PHOTO of a bomb blast in Jos BAUCHI, (Reuters) – At least 29 people died and 60 were wounded in multiple bomb blasts at two bus stations in the northern Nigerian city of Gombe on Wednesday evening, a Red Cross official said.
At least 40 people are feared dead after a series of bombs exploded in Gombe city, northeast Nigeria, on Wednesday. The bombs exploded at 2 bus stations killed over 40 and injuring many others. A rescue worker and a witness told AFP.
There have been two explosions in a market in Gombe, northeast Nigeria, on Thursday. Channels Television correspondent has confirmed the incident saying the blasts were caused by Improvised Explosive Devices.