Gov Sule flags off construction of N3.2bn, 24km Idadu/Agbashi road

Gov Sule flags off construction of N3.2bn, 24km Idadu/Agbashi road Nasarawa State Governor, Engineer Abdullahi Sule, has flagged off the construction of the 24km Idadu/Agbashi road, in Doma Local Government Area of the state, estimated to cost the government N3.2bn. Engineer Sule performed the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the road, in Idadu, Ekye Development Area, on Friday. While noting that the project was in fulfilment of the promise he made to the people of the area during the campaigns leading to the 2019 general election, the governor charged…

NEW YEAR : CDS commends Armed Forces personnel, salutes Troops in Theatres of Operations

 The Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), Gen Lucky Irabor has commended personnel of the Armed Forces of Nigeria (AFN) for their outstanding performance in ensuring a safe and secure country throughout 2021. The CDS gave the commendation in the spirit of the new year celebration. Gen Irabor saluted the men and women of the Armed Forces of Nigeria for their loyalty, doggedness, endurance, courage, and gallantry in keeping the nation safe and secure. Gen Irabor said that Armed Forces of Nigeria troops have displayed uncommon resilience and courage in the…

NEW YEAR: Gov Sani Bello expresses Hope amidst pervading Security, Economic challenges

Niger State Governor,Abubakar Sani Bello has called on the citizens to continue to have hope and trust in the ability of his administration to work for the progress, growth and development of the state. The Governor, who made the call in his 2022 New Year message said the state government will work towards successful actualization of its programmes and policies as captured in the 2022 budget. He urged the citizens to show optimism and be encouraged by the fact that the APC-led administration in the state will not relent in…

Aquatic Federation plans big for swimming in 2022

The Aquatic Federation of Nigeria has said that Nigerians should expect to see more activities in the Federation in 2022 stressing that their swimmers would be fully engaged so as to put them in top shape to compete at any international swimming competition.   President of the Federation, Chinoye Daphey Aliy who stated this in her New Year message expressed happiness with the modest achievement they were able to achieve in 2021 despite the short period they had last year to work, and with the covid-19 pandemic that stalled most…