Wednesday, 13 December 2017

El-Rufai inaugurates poultry diseases diagnostic laboratory


Gov. Nasiru El-Rufai of Kaduna State, on Wednesday in Kaduna, inaugurated a complex called ‘Poultry Disease Diagnostic Laboratory’ to serve the 19 Northern States. The diagnostic centre, which is expected to reduce incidences of poultry related diseases, would do some poultry tests free for farmers.
The governor on the occasion, encouraged poultry farmers across the 19 Northern States to patronise the laboratory in order to control poultry diseases.

Kano seeks partnership to revive cotton industry


The Kano State Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Ganduje, has expressed the willingness of the state to embrace public-private partnership (PPP) in efforts to revive the ailing cotton industry.
 
Ganduje stated this at a workshop for financial journalists with theme: “The Role of Nigeria Banking Sector: Opportunities, Challenges and the Way forward”, organised by the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) in Kano State recently.

Love and its Destiny Episode 12


Read the previous Episodes HERE
Within a very short period of time Naseem became very wild, daga maganar aure? He's so much in to girls now and his friend Shamsu is behind it. (Show me your friends and I will tell you who you are) friends have a great influence in your life, so its better we know the kind of friends we keep."
He claims that he's trying to convince his Dad to send some family members for introduction but his dad is still insisting until after service and gotten a job not while he's serving the nation.
He hardly have time for me now, he only visits me in school once in a month, and he can go two days without calling, unless if she is the one that calls.

Woman who sold her twins for N350,000 remanded in prison in Katsina State


A thirty-year-old woman, Salima Lawal, who was arrested by the police for allegedly attempting to sell her twins for N350,000, has been remanded in prison custody on the orders of Katsina Senior Magistrate Court 1.
Lawal, who hails from Mararabar Kankara, in Malumfashi Local Council of the state, was arraigned before the court on Monday for charges relating to buying and selling of minors, contrary to Section 278 of Penal Code.

Address health challenges that women face – Aisha Buhari urges stakeholders, privileged Nigerians


Maternal and child mortality has been described as a serious health challenge, which requires support from all quarters before it can be tamed. This was made known by Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari at the commissioning of a new Maternity Complex built and equipped by the Aisha Buhari Foundation on Tuesday, 12th December, 2017 in Daura, Katsina State.
She called on stakeholders and well-to-do Nigerians to put in their best to achieve this.

UNICEF Spends N200m On HIV In Kaduna


The United Nation Children Fund (UNICEF) said it has expended about two hundred million naira (N200, 000, 000) in its effort towards addressing cases of HIV/AIDs among adolescents in Kaduna State.
The officer in-charge of UNICEF Field Office, Kaduna, Dr Idris Baba, who disclosed this also informed that the organisation has equally scaled up support to tackle high HIV prevalence among adolescents in seven local government areas of Kaduna State.

Nigeria Escape World Cup Dismissal, Lose 3-Point Against Algeria


FIFA has sanctioned the Nigeria Football Federation for fielding an ineligible player in their World Cup qualifying encounter against Algeria, but it will not affect the country’s participation in Russia next year.
The Super Eagles fielded right-back Abdullahi Shehu – who was on one-match suspension – in their final qualifying clash against the Desert Foxes on November 10 which ended in a 1-1 draw, Goal.com reports.
But the tie have been forfeited and a 3-0 victory have been awarded in favour of the north Africans, with the NFF slammed with a fine of CHF 6,000.