Use available platforms to effectively decimate the adversary – COAS charges Troops

The Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Faruk Yahaya has charged troops of 33 Artillery Brigade to make effective use of available platforms to decimate the terrorists in the theatre of operations. The COAS gave the charge while addressing troops of 33 Brigade and HQ Nigerian Army Armoured Corps at Shadawanka and Obienu Barracks respectively. The COAS expressed satisfaction with the efforts of the Brigade in repairing and maintaining available combat platforms, emphasising the need to put them to good use for the success of ongoing operations. The COAS assured…

Intellectual Property : WOSA member bags FUT Vice Chancellor’s Midterm Award 

A member of Wushishi Old Students Association (WOSA), Engr. Dr. Sadeeq Abubakar Mohammed of the Department of Agricultural and Bioresources Engineering of the Federal University of Technology, Minna has been awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Midterm Commendation Award for contribution to intellectual property by the Vice-Chancellor, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Professor Abdullahi Bala. This was however coming barely two weeks after the Chairman, Board of Trustees (BoT), Wushishi Old Students Association, former Secretary to the Government of Niger State, and a don with the Premier University, the University of Ibadan, Prof.…

Gov Sule woes investors to Lafia, as Akurba power substation ready for commissioning

Nasarawa State Governor, Engineer Abdullahi Sule has appealed to investors who fled Lafia, the state capital, for lack of power, to come back and invest,  stressed that the Akurba 330MVA/132MVA/33MVA is ready for commissioning. Engineer Sule made the overture shortly after witnessing the energising of the 60MVA transformers at the Akurba power substation, on Wednesday. According to the governor, who was visibly excited over the development, explained that his excitement was stemming from the fact that, with the Akurba substation, “it provides an opportunity for those investors running away from…

SHOCKING :  DNA reveals Elijah Tanko Biological Mother  ….  As pathologist presents results to IIP-SARS

The Independent Investigative Panel on human rights violations by the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) and other police units in Abuja, on Wednesday  was informed by a clinical pathologist that the 16 markers used in analysing DNA samples for contending paternal or maternal issues revealed that Esther Tanko was not the biological mother to Elijah . This test result has further corroborated an earlier DNA test conducted by the Nigeria police that Esther Tanko was not genetically similar to Elijah. Dr Isuajah E. Chukwukah, a pathologist with Synlab, made this…

Do not politicise Insecurity, FOMWAN warns FG

Federation of Muslim Women’s Association in Nigeria FOMWAN, on Wednesday called on the federal government to stop politicising insecurity in country. At a press conference in Abuja, President of the association, Hajia Rofia Idowu Sanni, said the scourge of kidnapping of Nigerians particularly school children from their various was becoming alarming and must be stopped before it assumed dangerous dimensions.  “we consider this audacious attacks on educational institutions as a looming disaster for the country as it has discouraged so many children from going to school”She said.  Hajia Sanni said…

Huawei to invest $150m in Digital Talent development

Huawei has revealed its plans to invest US$150 million in digital talent development over the next five years, noted that the programme will be beneficial to about 3 million youths.   “We are announcing Huawei’s Seeds for the Future Program 2.0. As part of our commitment to continuously develop talent, we will invest US$150 million in this program over the next five years and help college students and young people improve their digital skills. This program is expected to benefit another 3 million people,” said Huawei’s Chairman Liang Hua.  …

Gov Sule laments slow pace of work on 25km Mararaba-Udege road project

Nasarawa State Governor, Engineer Abdullahi Sule, has lamented the slow pace of work on the ongoing 25km Mararaba-Udege road project.   Engineer Sule made his feelings known while inspecting the project site in Udege-Mbeki, on Tuesday.   The governor informed the officials of the Tongyi Group, the contractor handling the project, to expedite action in order to complete the project.   He particularly emphasized on the need to complete the bridge leading into Udege-Mbeki, to which the contractor assured of its completion this month.   Engineer Sule tasked the Tongyi…