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National Judicial Council Recommends Justices I.G Abundaga,D.D Adeck and 1 others For Appointment Into Court Of Appeal

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National Judicial Council Recommends Justices I.G Abundaga,D.D Adeck and 12 others For Appointment Into Court Of Appeal.

According to a list obtained by SaharaReporters, not one judge of South-Eastern origin is included. The list, which is split into two categories-priority and reserved-shows Justice P. A. Mahmoud, a Benue State indigene, and Nigerian Bar Association AB Mahmoud’s wife as the first name in the priority category.  The second name on the list is Justice F. Ojo, an indigene of Kwara State and wife of Mr. Bayo Ojo, a former NBA President and Attorney-General of the Federation. Also on the priority list are Justices I. G. Abundaga from Nasarawa State, M. B. Idris from Niger State, and A. M. Talba from Adamawa state.

Others are Justices Kadi M. M. Alkali from Adamawa State, A. I. Adenyangtso from Taraba, A. S. Umar and O. Z. Senchi, both from Kebbi, A. M. Lamido from Sokoto, B. B. Aliyu from Zamfara, Ebowei Tobi, son of the late Justice Niki E. Tobi from Delta State and G.O. Kolawole from Osun State.

Names on the reserved list include Justices O. Itodo (Benue), M. A. Abdul Gafar (Kwara), D. D. Adeck (Nasarawa) D. G. Mann (Plateau) D. G. Goji (Adamawa) and Kadi U. B. Umar (Adamawa). Others are Justices Y. A. Bashir (Taraba),  Z. B. Abubakar (Kebbi), I. M. Sani (Kaduna), F. L. Adamu (Kano), I. B. Ahmed (Katsina), M Y Uftsha’u (Zamfara), P. O. Affen (Bayelsa) and O. A. Ipaye (Osun).

Source: SaharaReporters,Nasafocus

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Herdsmen, farmers in Benue, Nasarawa will soon reconcile – Miyetti Allah

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Herdsmen, farmers in Benue, Nasarawa will soon reconcile – Miyetti Allah

HERDSMEN AND THEIR COWS ON THE MOVE AT NASARAWA-EGOM ON FRIDAY
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The Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association, MACBAN, has said it would ensure the return of peaceful coexistence between herders and farmers in Benue State.

Chairman of MACBAN in Nasarawa State, Alhaji Mohammed Useni made the disclosure during a meeting initiated by the governors of Benue and Nasarawa States in Yelewata, Guma Local Government Area of Benue State.

Useni blamed the persistent crisis between herders and farmers in Benue State on criminal elements.

He also called on both governors to come up with plans on how to resolve the crisis at the border areas between both states.

According to Useni, ensuring peace would bring about development in both states.

Useni said: “We the members of MACBAN will assist to see that there is peace. Any good leader will not like problem or crisis. We are supporting the governors so that they will bring developments to our people.

“We urge them to look for a way so that we solve this problem in the border areas. I am going to bring a solution and by the grace of God we will have peace in the border areas of Nasarawa and Benue States.

“We know that there were lots of killings last week and upper week especially in the borders communities. We are accusing the criminal elements for being responsible for this.”

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Insecurity/Boundary issues tops agenda as Nasarawa and benue Governors mets

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Insecurity/Boundary issues tops agenda as Nasarawa and benue Governors mets

 

Nasarawa and benue State Governors, Alhaji Abdullahi  A. SOrtom, and Alhaji Abdullahi Sule, yesterday met and agreed to jointly constitute security committees at the local government areas in their border communities to check criminal activities.

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Nasarawa Lawmaker presents PPE to Journalists

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The member representing Keana Constituency in the Nasarawa State House of Assembly, Hon. Adamu Omadefu  has advocated provision of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to media practitioners against infection of coronavirus while discharging their duties.

He made the call yesterday while presenting a package of facemasks and cash to members of the Correspondents chapel of the Nigeria of Journalists (NUJ), Nasarawa State Council.

The lawmaker argued that as frontline workers in the fight against coronavirus, journalists deserved to be provided with Personal Protective Equipment and stimulus to motivate them in carrying out  their reportorial duties.

Omadefu, also the Chairman, House Committee on Information, raised the sensitising role of media practitioners on coronavirus, stating that he decided to embark on advocacy visit to media houses in the state to sensitise the public on coronavirus and the need to adhere to precautinary gears to prevent the spread of the disease.

Receiving the items, Chairman of the Correspondents’ Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Nasarawa State, Isaac Ukpoju, lauded the lawmaker for the items, saying that they would go along way in assisting his members in protecting themselves while at work.

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