Sunday, 22 October 2017

NPA Unveils Anti-Pollution Drones

PA Unveils Anti-Pollution Drones;
Ships and Ports:
The Managing Director of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Hadiza Bala Usman has unveiled modern pollution and environmental equipment including drones, jet skies and booms for surveillance, monitoring and containing oil spillages on the waterways.
Other equipment unveiled includes blowers, pressure washers, skimmers, power pack absorbers and multiple dispersant sprays.
Usman also pledged the NPA’s commitment and continued support in the area of capacity building towards greater efficiency and service delivery.

Sokoto State Zakkat Commission Gets N31.5m Assistance From Govt

The Sokoto State Zakkat and Endowment Commission on Saturday disclosed that it received N31.5 million assistance from the state government.
The Chairman of the commission, Malam Lawal Maidoki, who made this disclosure in Kano, said the assistance was part of the government monthly effort to support the indigent patients in various hospitals.
He explained that it was also part of the pilot programme for 500 poor elderly persons in Sokoto town.
Maidoki, while distributing the money to various hospitals and pharmaceutical shops across the state, said that the gesture was aimed at ensuring a healthy society.

State, Wards Congresses In Kebbi: Over 2,965 Candidates Pick PDP Forms

Malam Yusuf Dingyadi, the Secretary, Caretaker’s Committee, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Kebbi, disclosed on Saturday that over 2,965 candidates had purchased nomination forms ahead of State and wards Congress in the state.
Dingyadi made this disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) at the party’s secretariat in Birinin Kebbi.
”Over 2,965 candidates vying for different political positions ahead of wards and state congress of the PDP, Kebbi State had purchased their nomination forms from the party’s Caretaker Committee,” he said.

37 job openings for young Nigerians in UN – Amina Mohammed

There are 37 career openings for young Nigerians under the United Nations bureaucracy, according to UN deputy secretary-general, Amina Mohammed.
Mrs. Mohammed speaking  at a cultural night organised by Nigerians working at the United Nations Systems said the openings are available via the Junior Professional Officers’ (JPO) Programme, including internship for young graduates.
Nigeria, she said, has the opportunity to sponsor its youth for UN careers through the JPO, but regretted that the nation has not seized the opportunity in a long while.

Adamawa APC Stakeholders Endorse Buhari, Gov Bindow For Second Term

Stakeholders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Adamawa on Saturday passed vote of confidence on President Muhammadu Buhari and Gov. Muhammadu Bindow, urging them to go for second term in 2019.
The stakeholders made the call at a meeting attended by party elders, members of National Assembly, State Assembly, elected council chairmen and party executives from all levels in the state.
According to them, the progress recorded in the fight against insurgency, corruption and infrastructural development at the state and national levels were laudable.
Addressing the meeting on behalf of the state government, Alhaji Abdulrahman Abba-Jimeta said Adamawa Government is interested in seeing that Buhari contested for second time in office to fully deliver on his transformation programmes.

Saturday, 21 October 2017

Abdulmutallab sues U.S. over free speech, religious rights

Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Nigeria-born underwear bomber who is serving a life imprisonment   in the United  States of America for terrorism, has filed a suit against the US government for allegedly denying his free speech and religious rights.
Abdulmutallab,30, was jailed for trying to set off a bomb in his underwear during a flight from Amsterdam to Detroit on Christmas Day 2009.
He is being held  at the United States Penitentiary-Administrative Maximum Facility in Florence, Colorado,USA.

Police rescue kidnapped DPO, 4 others in Niger

The Police high command said it has rescued a Divisional Police Officer (DPO) in Niger State, Aliyu Amos, his orderly and four others who were kidnapped earlier this week in the state.
In a text message sent to The Guardian yesterday, Force Public Relations Officer, Jimoh Moshood, said Amos, a Superintendent of Police (SP) and DPO of Sarki Pawa, was rescued along with four others by Police special forces about 6:00 p.m. on Thursday. 

Buhari is using fear as tool to rule Nigeria —Jonathan

Former President Goodluck Jonathan said on Friday that President Muhammadu Buhari has been using fear as tool to rule Nigeria. He also said that President Buhari’s spokesman, Mr Femi Adesina, lied on the real reasons Nigerians did not protest the hike in the pump price of petrol by the current administration.
Jonathan, in a statement endorsed on behalf of his media office by his Special Assistant, New Media, Reno Omokri, said it was not because Nigerians trusted Buhari that they didn’t rise up against the government when it increased the pump price of petrol from N87 to N145.

NAF Commissions Machine Tools Workshop, to Commence Local Fabrication of Aircraft Parts

​The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) today commissioned the newly resuscitated Machine Tools Workshop at its Base in Makurdi, in line with ongoing efforts towards robust logistics support and maintenance culture to sustain platforms and equipment serviceability, one of the key drivers of the vision of the Chief of the Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar. According to the CAS, the import of this key driver "is to increase self-sufficiency, reduce dependence on foreign organizations for maintenance of military hardware and saving of foreign exchange for Nigeria. Machine tools enable the fabrication of some aircraft parts, thereby facilitating effective and efficient repairs of especially aircraft airframes. Accordingly, the newly commissioned Machine Tools Workshop would be invaluable to some of the processes through which the NAF sustains its equipment and platform serviceability.


Today's event, which took place at 131 Engineering Group, Makurdi, is one of the numerous benefits from the strategic partnerships between the NAF and several universities in Nigeria, as facilitated by the incumbent NAF leadership. Other benefits derived from the collaboration include the modification of the antiskid system of the Alpha Jet aircraft, construction of test benches, receipt of 2 patent rights and emergence of the NAF as the best overall research institution at the 2017 Nigeria Technology and Innovation Expo, among others. According to Air Marshal Abubakar, more than 6 research projects are currently ongoing in partnership with universities and research institutions in the country, which conforms to another key driver namely “strategic partnership with MDAs for enhanced Research and Development.


The Air Officer Commanding Tactical Air Command, Air Vice Marshal Mohammed Idris, expressed appreciation to the CAS for ensuring   the reactivation of the machines in the Workshop, through collaboration with the University of Maiduguri, 25 years after they were abandoned. The machines were renovated in a record time of 4 weeks and at a much lower amount compared to the quotations received from different companies. The commissioning ceremony was also used to induct the first set of trainees to benefit from the newly introduced Machinist Course. The successful trainees would later operate the equipment in the new Workshop and similar workshops in the NAF.

​Troops Clear Boko Haram Ambush Neutralize 3 Terrorists 

Troops of 3 Battalion under 22 Brigade on Friday, 20th October 2017 at about 11.30am while on routine patrol came under Boko Haram Terrorists (BHT) ambush close to Missini Village along Dikwa - Ngala road, northern part of Borno State. The gallant troops cleared the ambush and neutralised 3 Boko Haram terrorists. 

The team recovered 1 AK-47 rifle with registration number KO357026 and 39 rounds of 7.62mm (Special) ammunition from the terrorists.

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Nigerian Army' 8 Division takes off in Sokoto

Pioneer General Officer Commanding (GOC), of the newly-established 8 Division of Nigerian Army, with headquarters in Sokoto, Brigadier-General SO Olabanji Wednesday revealed that the division has formally taken off.
He disclosed this when  he paid a courtesy visit to Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal at the Government House, Sokoto.
"As you may recall, the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen Yusuf Burutai announced the establishment of this division when he visited Sokoto earlier this year. I am to inform you that we have taken off, " he stated

Show corruption fight by investigating govs’ bailout spending, NLC to Buhari

PRESIDENT, Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Mr Ayuba Wabba, on Wednesday, tasked President Muhammadu Buhari to epitomize his intention to fight corruption by sending emissaries to states to investigate how state governments had actually expended the bailouts and tranches of Paris Club refund received.
Noting Tuesday’s visit by the Nigerian Governors’ Forum to the Presidential Villa to request for additional bailout, Wabba said it was baffling that states were yet to defray all outstanding salaries to workers despite several interventions, hence the need for the federal government to confirm the claims by state governors that the funds received were judiciously utilized.

Dogara: Restructuring Not Achievable without Constitution Amendment

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Yakubu Dogara, Thursday said most of the issues being canvassed by advocates of restructuring cannot be actualised unless the constitution is first amended.

FEC approves N236m for completion of Katsina dam awarded when Buhari was PTF chairman

The federal executive council (FEC) on Wednesday approved the sum of N236 million for the completion of Sabke Irrigation Dam in Katsina state.
Addressing state house correspondents after the council’s weekly meeting in Abuja, Suleiman Adamu, minister of water resources, said the contract for the dam was initially awarded in 1997.
He said it was then re-awarded in 2009 after it was abandoned, but would be completed by the current administration.
“One memo from my ministry was considered today as part of our efforts to improve the acreage for irrigation, we have been committing ourselves to completing many of the irrigation projects we inherited in the past two years,” he said.

Customs Seizes Contrabad Goods Worth N30m in Sokoto, Kebbi

Mohammed Aminu in Sokoto

The Sokoto Command of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has seized contraband goods worth N30 million in the last six months.
The Comptroller, Federal Operation Unit Zone B, Kaduna, Mr. Usman Dakingari, made the disclosure to THISDAY, shortly after inspecting the seized items at the command headquarters Sokoto yesterday.
He said the seized items which include rice, vehicles, vegetable oil as well as second hand clothes and shoes, were seized at the borders in Sokoto and Kebbi States.

Nigeria's Emergency Officials Down Tools, Want DG, Mustapha Maihaja Sacked

TVC News, Abuja - Operations of Nigeria's emergency management agency, NEMA have been grounded by inhouse labour unions at its headquarters in Abuja with staff asking for the immediate sack of its Director General, Mustapha Maihaja.
Speaking with TVC News, the workers led by their Chairman, Saad Bello also say they have ordered their colleagues to shutdown services across the nation including those working in IDP camps.

President Buhari Visits Mausoleum Of Turkey’s Founding Father, Lauds Relations Between Nigeria, Turkey

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday in Ankara, the capital of Turkey, laid a wreath at the mausoleum of Turkey’s founding father, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, before meeting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the Presidential Palace.
Accompanied by Nigeria’s Ambassador to Turkey, Iliyasu Paragalda and other senior government officials, President Buhari laid the wreath in red and white colours of the Turkish flag at the tomb of Ataturk and later observed a minute silence.

Gov Jibrilla Bindow commiserates with Gov Lalong:

Adamawa state government has expressed its willingness to contribute to a peaceful coexistence among the various tribes in Plateau state.
Governor of Adamawa state, Sen Muhammad Umaru Jibrilla Bindow, who stated this when he led state government delegation to console the government and people of Plateau, over the recent killings in the state, explained that there cannot be meaningful development without peace and harmony.
The governor said he will collaborate with the Lamido Adamawa, who is the leader of Tapital Pulaku worldwide, to hold consultations with all Fulani residing in Miango, the community that was attacked.
He however said, "this would be possible only after investigation into the matter have been concluded, to enable government establish those responsible for the attacks".

Yobe State Gov. Gaidam Discusses Healthcare Capacity Building with Inceptima, Others

H.E. Governor Ibrahim Gaidam today met with the Chief Executive Officer of Inceptima Management Solution, a U.S-based programme management firm, Asmaa Idrisu to discuss ways to improve efficiency and build more capacity for government hospitals across Yobe State.

Sule Lamido’s trial adjourned till November 15

 Justice Babatunde Quadri of Federal High Court in Abuja on Wednesday adjourned trial of former Governor of Jigawa, Sule Lamido, until Nov. 15.
Lamido is being prosecuted alongside his two sons, Aminu and Mustapha, and two others by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on 27-count charge bordering on abuse of office and money laundering.
At the resumed hearing, counsel to the defendants, Kanu Agabi (SAN), informed the court of his appearance in the matter for the first time.
Agabi said “I am coming here for the first time in this case and I am pleading with the court to give me time to familiarise with the case.

Governors: Paris Club refund is right of states

States are not begging the Federal Government for money, but asking to be paid the Paris Club refund, which is their entitlement, a governor said yesterday.
Bauchi State Governor Mohammed Abubakar said the President’s statement to the governors at a meeting on Tuesday was part of his usual concern for the plight of workers. He did not see it as an indictment of the states’ helmsmen.
The governor said: “Don’t forget, this is money that belongs to us. We are not begging for anything, but demanding what belongs to us and that it should be paid to us.”

Kidnapping of policemen embarrassing, says IG

Inspector General of Police Ibrahim Idris yesterday castigated police officers for being careless to the extent that they are kidnapped.
He described as embarrassing and annoying the recent kidnap of the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) in charge of Sarkin Pawa in Niger State.
Superintendent of Police (SP) Amos Aliyu was on Sunday abducted near his home at Turin Fulani by unidentified persons.

World Bank Denies Disagreeing With Adeosun On Foreign Borrowings

The World Bank Group, on Wednesday, denied that the Bank disagreed with the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, over the borrowings by the Nigerian Government to stimulate the economy and finance infrastructure projects in the country.
In a mail to the Minister by the Senior Communications Officer of the World Bank, Mr. Rachid Benmessaoud, the Bank averred that the media misrepresented and quoted out of context the comments made by its Senior Economist for Nigeria, Gloria Joseph-Raji, at an event in Abuja, the ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.

Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Love And It's Destiny Chapter Eight

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Two weeks after his break, Naseem finally settled in Kaduna for his 1 year service where his PPA is at Government Day Secondary School Unguwan Sarki in Kaduna Central.
Naseem visits Usaima more often as they’re now closer while Usaima is always spending her weekends at Addah Nusaiba’s house in Kaduna, including some of the school breaks
Hajiya and everyone in the house are wondering why Usaima is always with Addah Nusaiba in Kaduna. “Gaba daya ta juya ma Kano baya”.

Cholera, measles kill 56 in Borno, Kano

About 56 children have died in the ongoing cholera and measles outbreak in Borno and Kano states.
While cholera is said to have killed 50 in Borno, measles is said to have claimed six lives in Kano.
Residents in the affected communities and stakeholders in the sector are thus calling on the state governments to quickly arrest the spread of the diseases.

Scene from Science School Dawakin Kudu, as students destroy school properties in Kano

Student of Science School Dawakin Kudu, Kano State recently went on rampage and destroyed the office of their Principal and vehicles of their teachers during a riot.

Atiku Abubakar's son remanded for contempt of court order over custody battle with his Ex-wife

A Magistrate Court sitting in the Tinubu area of Lagos on Wednesday remanded Aminu Abubakar, the son of a former Vice President, Abubakar Atiku in the transit cell for disobeying a court order.
Magistrate Kikelomo Ayeye ordered the remand for an alleged disobedience of a court order directing him to produce his son, seven-year-old Amir Atiku in court today (Wednesday).
Following the proceedings in a case brought by Aminu Atiku’s estranged wife, Ms. Bolori, the court had made the order for the emergency evacuation and protection of the child pending the hearing of the case today.

50-year after Buhari approves payment of pension to retired Biafra Police

Succour has come the way of police officers who served in the defunct Biafran Police during the 30 months Nigeria Civil war as President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the payment of pension to the police officers who were granted presidential pardon in 2000.
The Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD) Wednesday announced that about 162 of such retired police officers and 57 Next of Kin of those who have died will be paid their pension benefits in the first phase of the payment with effect from Friday, October 20, 2017 in Enugu.

Jonathan, IBB hold closed door meeting in Minna

Former President Goodluck Jonathan and Military President, General Ibrahim Babangida Wednesday held discussions regarding the forthcoming People’s Democratic Party (PDP) convention in Minna, Niger state.
The meeting which was held behind closed door meeting at the Uphill Residence of Babangida went on for hours.
Former president Jonathan who was accompanied by Senator Nimi Barigha Amange arrived the Niger state capital at about 10.00am in a black GMC bullet proof SUV jeep with registration number ABJ 961ER with eight other vehicles on his convoy.

Gov Kashim Shettima Commends Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for its Corporate Social Responsibility drive in Borno

Governor Kashim Shettima continues routine inspections
... Commends Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for its Corporate Social Responsibility drive.
Governor Shettima made the commendation during his usual routine inspections when he inspected two blocks of classrooms jointly constructed by the State Government and the NSE in providing affordable and quality education to the pupils.

Northern Governors Wife Elected Wife of Bauchi State Governor Haj Hadiza Abubakar as New Chairperson

Wives of Nigerian Northern Governors have held their quarterly meeting in Yankari, Bauchi state.
They were welcomed with a short opening session which had His Excellency Governor MA Abubakar in attendance.
The ladies immediately went into a closed meeting during which a new exco was elected and wife of Bauchi state Governor H.E. Haj Hadiza Abubakar emerged the new Chairperson. Other issues discussed include updates and next steps on the ongoing program against Drug Abuse, advocacy on Immunization rounds going on nationally, completing legal framework and constitution of the forum and furnishing the

Man Who Left After His Wife Gave Birth To Triplets In Benue Returns

A man known as Mr. Vitalis Kember has reunited with his family after leaving home after his wife gave birth to a set of triplets in Benue state. The woman who has been squatting in a kitchen after giving birth to the babies last Sunday - has been receiving help from well meaning Nigerians after support was solicited on her behalf on social media.

According to reports, the father who is a farmer and commercial cyclist departed for unknown reasons and never showed up after the birth of the triplets.

Gov El-rufai approved the appointment of Engr Aliyu Ibn Shehu as the New MD of Kaduna Water Corporation

The Kaduna State Government has announced the appointment of a new management for the Kaduna State Water Corporation, and the dissolution of the board of the corporation
“The governor of Kaduna State has approved the appointment of Engineer Aliyu Ibn Shehu as the Managing Director/CEO of the Kaduna State Water Corporation. The governor also approved the appointment of Mr. Silas Agai Liman as Deputy Managing Director of the corporation.
“In addition to approving the new top management, the government has also announced the dissolution of the board of the Kaduna State Water Corporation. The board is to handover to the Commissioner of Water Resources who will exercise the functions of the board until it is reconstituted. The government wishes to thank members of the erstwhile board for their services.

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

NITDA Completes 2016/2017 Scholarship Application Process

In line with its identified strategic roadmap of transforming Nigeria into a knowledge based economy through Human Capital Development, the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) invited the 2016/2017 scholarship applicants to verify their credentials, conduct a written assessment test and oral interview, after which, an award letter will be issued to successful candidates.
The process is holding at the Agency's Corporate Headquarters, Abuja and it is strictly based on equity

FG acquire technologies to fight Boko Haram- Buratai

The Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt. General Tukur Buratai said on Tuesday that the Federal Government (FG) is currently into acquisition, installation and application of modern technologies in the fight against the Boko Haram terrorist group in the country.
He said the development was made possible through the federal government collaboration with the United States of America, Isreal, United Kingdom, Jordan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He added that these countries are also helping regarding capacity building for personnel of the Armed Forces.

APC Stop Borrowing In The Interest Of Nigeria - PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) wishes to draw the attention of all Nigerians to the warning by the World Bank on the danger inherent in the continued unbridled borrowing by the President Muhammadu Buhari led Government under the guise of funding National expenditures instead of looking inwards and developing the Nation’s resources for a sustainable revenue flow.
2. As a Political Party that was in power for 16 years; that worked assiduously to take the Nation out of debt, we are appalled at the rate the Government of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has been stacking debt for the future generations without any corresponding infrastructural development in the Country to justify the Huge Borrowing .

Buhari worried over unpaid workers’ salaries in states

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday expressed concern over the growing complaints and agitations by workers in states over unpaid salaries and allowances, in spite of interventions by the Federal Government.
Receiving a group of governors led by the Chairman of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum, Abdul’Aziz Abubakar Yari, at the State House, President Buhari said the plight of workers in the states need urgent attention as many could barely survive.

50-year-old man rapes 3-year-old girl to death in Katsina State

A 50-year-old man, Abdullahi Sani has been arrested by police for allegedly raping a three-year -old girl to death in Jabiri, Funtua local government area of Katsina State.
Spokesperson for the State PiliceCommand, DSP Gambo Isah, who confirmed the development on Mondaysaid Sani lured the child to an uncompleted building and forcefully had carnal knowledge of her.

President Buhari Departs Abuja On Wednesday To Attend Ninth D-8 Summit In Instabul

President Muhammadu Buhari is set to jet out of Abuja tomorrow Wednesday, 18th October to attend the ninth summit of the Developing 8 (D-8) on Friday.
This was made known today via the President’s official twitter handle @MBuhari.
The tweets also further explain that the President is leaving early because of a pre-scheduled appointment with Turkish President, Recep Erdogan.
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Sokoto sends 239 lab workers back to school to upgrade their knowledge for professional licensing

Sokoto state government said it has sent 239 medical lab workers back to school to upgrade their knowledge and prepare them for professional licensing before allowing them to continue work under the state ministry of health.
Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal stated this when he received the Minister of State for Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire, who paid him a courtesy visit at Sokoto Government House.
“We have sent 230 holders of Ordinary National Diploma (OND) who are presently working in our medical laboratories for a one year abridged program at the Sultan Abdulrahman School of Health Technology, Gwadabawa to update their knowledge and enable them write council examinations and become certified laboratory technicians.

Okonjo-Iweala Reveals How Buhari Can Effectively Fight Corruption

Former Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, says Nigeria and other countries can fight corruption through strengthening institutions and incentives which could help shape the behaviour of people.
Okonjo-Iweala said this during a panel discussion tagged, “Fighting corruption’’ at the World Bank/IMF headquarters in Washington DC, United States, US.
She noted that the introduction of technologies in the financial administration would help checkmate corrupt practices.

Medical Charity WMR Provides Yobe N1.4 Billion Medical Equipment, Supplies

The medical charity, World Medical Relief (WMR) has provided medical equipment and supplies worth over N1.4 billion to the Yobe State Government to support the Gaidam administration's effort to make healthcare more accessible and affordable and accelerate Yobe's recovery from years of Boko Haram violence.
WMR President George V. Samson made this known when H.E Governor Ibrahim Gaidam visited the medical charity's world headquarters in Detroit, Michigan in the United States yesterday.
WMR is a non-profit, multi-funded charitable organization that collects and distributes medical and dental equipment and supplies within the US and around the world to help the sick and the less privileged.

'Striking Kogi workers are political civil servants’

Govt to enforce no-work, no-pay law
Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello has described striking workers in the state as political civil servants.
He was addressing State House correspondents yesterday after meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa in Abuja.
To check the trend of the politically-induced strikes, he said his administration would enforce the ‘no-work, no-pay’ policy in the state.

Monday, 16 October 2017

Court Rejects AGF’s Request To Summon Misau

The Chief Judge of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, Justice Ishaq Bello has turned down a request by the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister Of Justice, asking the court to issue a warrant summoning the Senator Representing Bauchi Central Senatorial District, Senator Isah Misau.

The office of the AGF had on October 10, 2017, filed two separate charges against Senator Misau for making false allegations against the Inspector General Of Police, Ibrahim Idris.

It will be recalled that the Federal Government through the Office of the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, has filed two separate sets of charges against the Senator Misau prosecution accusing him of making “injurious falsehood” against Idris and the Nigeria Police Force.

Senator Misau is been accused of making a false statement claiming that about N10 billion is being received by the Inspector-General of Police on monthly basis from oil companies, banks, hotels and individuals as bribes for police protection.

The charge, which was endorsed by the AGF stated that “such false statement of fact would harm the reputation of Mr Ibrahim Idris, the serving Inspector-General of Police, the Nigeria Police Force and the Police Service Commission.

In a chamber sitting, counsel to the Federal Government told Justice Isaq Bello to issue a summon to compel Senator Misau to appear in court if he cannot be served by the police.

But Justice Bello said that the government cannot anticipate that the accused will not accept summons, he asked the counsel to first serve the Senator and then return to court with particulars showing whether he received the summons or not.

According to Justice Bello, it is too early for the police to start its case with hostility when it has not followed laid down rules of the court and the constitution. He then adjourned to October 19, to enable service of the case summon to Senator Misau

Minister of State For Health Visits Tambuwal

Minister of State for Health, Dr. Osagie Enahire, paid a courtesy visit to Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal at Sokoto Government House. 

The Junior Minister is in Sokoto to flag off the nationwide Inspection of medical lab science equipment.