Sunday, 20 August 2017

Benue State Governor Distances Self From Quit Notice to Fulani 

The Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom has distanced himself and the state from a quit notice reportedly issued to herdsmen by a group-the Middle Belt Renaissance Forum.
Ortom in a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Terver Akase maintained that the quit notice does not have any impact on the state, and should be disregarded by all Benue people, including Fulani herdsmen living in the state.He therefore called on security agencies to quickly investigate the matter and apprehend those behind the notice.

Kaduna state governments vows to crackdown on child offenders

​Kaduna State government has said it will no longer tolerate sweeping of child abuse or any form of assault on children by offenders under the carpet.
The state commissioner for women affairs, Hajia Hafsat Baba, stated this following report of a man in Zaria, Mallam Shehu, who was released from police custody after molesting his three year-old daughter, Maimunatu.
Meanwhile, the non-governmental organisation, Arridah Relief Foundation, which exposed the ugly incident, reported that little Maimuna, currently hospitalised has suffered series of fractures, dislocation and broken limbs, due to severe beatings and maltreatment she received from her biological father.

Saturday, 19 August 2017

Buhari’s return: Governor Shettima congratulates northeast citizens, other Nigerians

The people of the northeast geo-political zone should be congratulated as major beneficiaries of President Muhammadu Buhari’s return because of the President's open love, empathy and keen interest in addressing the security challenges in parts of the region, Borno Governor, Kashim Shettima has said.

Governor Shettima who was on a condolence visit to Kaduna when the President arrived Abuja on Saturday, said it was for Buhari’s love for the northeast that Borno State Government pioneered State prayers for the President's health during his first medical trip to the United Kingdom, Shettima said in his goodwill message emailed to journalists by his spokesman, Isa Gusau.

"Until President Buhari assumed office, our northeast was the most marginalized in every thing that had to do with the Federal Government from presence of Federal projects to representation at National levels. However, President Buhari changed that soon as he assumed the mantle of Leadership. He made the insurgency problems bedeviling the northeast as his administration's topmost priority and made the region the bride of his administration in terms of appointment of National representatives. This is why Buhari occupies a special place in hearts of minds of all true sons and daughters of the six States that make up the northeast geo-political zone. We the people of the northeast should be congratulated for President Buhari’s return. We are most grateful to Allah for returning him in good health and we pray that his health continues to grow from strength to strength so completes his noble mission to fully restore Nigeria to the path of recovery, sustainable progress and development. On behalf of Government and the good people of Borno State, we are indeed most grateful to all good Nigerians for standing by a former Governor of the old northeastern State and our own inlaw in whom we are very pleased" Shettima was quoted in the statement.

The Governor also paid tribute to ‎Vice President Yemi Osinbajo who he said, upheld President Buhari’s compassionate interest in the northeast through the Vice President's approval of numerous interventions for the northeast in order to address humanitarian needs.

"Vice President Yemi Osinbajo clearly upheld President Buhari’s passion for the northeast. In all his days as acting President, he stepped up interventions as the President himself was doing. We are grateful to him for his love and empathy. We also congratulate him on the President's return" Shettima added.

'We believe that Mr. President is healthier now to assume his responsibility' PDP Welcome Buhari

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) joins other Nigerians to welcome back the President, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Mohammadu Buhari from his medical sojourn in London for over three months.

(2).  The President departed Nigeria on 7th of May, 2017 for an ailment and returned today being August 19, 2017. We believe that Mr. President is healthier now to assume his responsibility at the helm of the Country's affairs.
(3).  We thank the Almighty for saving his life and pray that He grants him better health and understanding on how to rescue our poor economy and relieve Nigerians from the current hardship.
God bless the PDP! God bless Nigeria!!
Prince Dayo Adeyeye

National Publicity Secretary, PDP

Everyone is Happy to Welcome Buhari as he Returns Home Healthy, Happy and Confident 

A healthy, happy, confident President Mohammadu Buhari arrived in Abuja this evening after a medical leave. 

Walking tall and with confidence, Mr President shook hands and exchanged banters with the welcome party led by Acting President Osinbajo before driving to his Aso Villa residence and waiting family through the streets of Abuja which were lined by jubilating, placard carrying and singing Nigerians. 
Governors, service chiefs, ministers, and other top government functionaries were at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, amongst them were Governors Abdulazeez Yari of Zamfara, Rochas Okorocha of Imo, and Abubakar Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi. 

#Nigeria #Buhari #Peace

Gov. Badaru Abubakar has called on Jigawa State intending pilgrims to be good ambassadors while in the holy land

Governor Alhaji Muhammad Badaru Abubakar has called on Jigawa State intending pilgrims to be good ambassadors while in the holy land.
He made the call when he bid farewell to the first batch of the State intending pilgrims numbering 555 and some officials of the Jigawa State Pilgrims Welfare Board.
He urged them to be law abiding in Nigeria and at the holy land.
Alhaji Badaru Abubakar also enjoined them to pray for the State, the Country at large and most importantly the full health recovery of President Muhammadu Buhari.

President Buhari Returns Today

President Muhammadu Buhari returns to the country later today, after receiving medical attention in London.
The President had left the country on May 7, this year, after handing over power to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, who has functioned as Acting President since then.
President Buhari is expected to speak to Nigerians in a broadcast by 7 a.m on Monday, August 21, 2017.

Plateau Sponsors 229 Persons For 2017 Hajj

The Plateau State Government has sponsored 229 persons to perform this year’s Hajj two years after Governor Simon Bako Lalong announced that he had suspended sponsorship of pilgrims due to paucity of funds.
The state government only sponsored the pilgrim officials last year, but Lalong during a farewell ceremony for Plateau State pilgrims yesterday noted that out of the 1,118 pilgrims for this year, 502 persons had been sponsored privately while the state had sponsored 229 and the remaining 387 were those who were deferred by the immediate past government.

Friday, 18 August 2017

FG agrees to pay ASUU N23b allowances

The Federal Government granted their request that their N23billion outstanding Earned Allowances be released.
The money will be released next week, Minister of Education Adamu Adamu said.
The government said the Nigerian Universities Pension Management Company matter  would be resolved with the Pension Commission in the next one week.But he reiterated the refusal of the governemt to exempt the federal universities from the Treasury Single Account (TSA) system

President Buhari Receives General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God Pastor EA Adeboye in London

General Overseer Worldwide, Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye on Friday visited ailing Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari in London.
Photos of the visit were displayed on the facebook wall of Femi Adesina,

Masari expressed concern over encroachment into grazing reserves in Katsina by influential people and farmers

Gov. Aminu Masari of Katsina State has expressed concern over the rampant cases of encroachment of cattle routes, grazing and forest reserves in the state.
Masari spoke on Thursday in Katsina at the opening ceremony of a stakeholders’ meeting on the menace of “Forest Reserves/Cattle Routes Encroachment’’.
“The state is currently experiencing indiscriminate convert of cattle routes and grazing reserves into farmlands by influential people and farmers.

Niger State Government has slashed down the price of Certificate Of Occupancy (C of O) from almost N200,000 to N15,000

This is to encourage land owners who are interested in venturing into business to access loans from banks to make ease their dream.
This will also add value and secure your property and should any interest be developed by the govt on your property, appropriate compensation will be paid.

FG will treat hate campaigners like terrorists, says Osinbajo

HATE speech promoters got a warning yesterday – stop it or face the law.
Acting President Yemi Osinbajo said that those making hate speeches will henceforth be treated as terrorists.
He spoke in Abuja during the National Economic Council (NEC) Retreat on National Security, attended by governors and some ministers.

Buhari’s health has improved tremendously, says Dogara

House of Representatives Speaker Yakubu Dogara said yesterday that President Muhammadu Buhari’s health has improved tremendously.
The Speaker and  Senate President Bukola Saraki yesterday visited the President at the Abuja House in London
Tweeting via his verified official Twitter handle @Yakubdogara, the Speaker said he was glad seeing the President doing well.

Thursday, 17 August 2017

Release El-zakzaky now or kill us all, protesting Shiites tell government

Members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) have called on the Federal Government to release their leader, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, or kill all of them.This followed the continued detention of the leader, who has not been freed, despite court orders that he should be released.
The protesters blocked all the major highways in Kaduna metropolis, chanting, “Free El-Zakzaky, we demand justice, we are Nigerians” “release El-zakzaky or kill us all.”

Katsina Police command confirmed the arrest of herbalist who strangles day-old baby in Kafur LG

A herbalist, who strangled a newborn baby and threw the body into a pit latrine, has been apprehended by the police in Katsina State.Confirming the incident yesterday, spokesperson of the police command in the state, DSP Gambo Isah, said the incident occurred in Gyaza, a village in Kafur local council.
According to Isah, mother of the newborn baby, Fatima Garba, had a dispute with her husband, one Sule Abubakar, and was sent out of her matrimonial home. Fatima then consulted the herbalist about her situation, and he assured her that her husband would recall her back to her home, which he eventually did.

FG Failed ASUU, Adamu Adamu Admits

In a rare display of candour, the Federal Government has admitted breaching the agreement it reached with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) last year.
Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu told State House Correspondents at the post-Federal Executive Council meeting briefing at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, yesterday, that government failed to fulfil its own part of the agreement.
The national headquarters of ASUU declared an indefinite industrial action on Monday to press for demands contained in the 2009 and 2013 agreement signed by Federal Government and the union which government has failed to implement.
The minister said he was sad that the union had embarked on the current strike.

Super Eagles Vs Kano Pillars Match: Gov. Ganduje Donates Sport Kits To Over 1000 Clubs in Kano

His Excellency Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje OFR attended a friendly match between Super Eagles and Kano Pillars which took place at The Sani Abacha Stadium Kano.
Governor Ganduje also donated sporting items to over 1200 clubs in the state out of the 1500 registered clubs that we have.

EFCC gun attack! Security beefed up for Magu, mother, family

Security beefed up for Magu, mother,  family
Security has been strengthened for the Acting Chairman of the EFCC Mr. Ibrahim Magu and his family, including his aged mother.
It was learnt that some strangers have been prowling Magu’s residence in Maiduguri. Some policemen have been deployed in Magu’s uncompleted bungalow in Karshi, Abuja.
According to  a source who who pleaded not to be named, the last seven months had been tough for Magu because of his refusal to bow to pressure from some high-profile suspects and Politically-Exposed Persons.

Troops Of 8 Task Force Division Neutralize 10 Terrorists Recover Logistics And Rustled Animals

In continuation of ongoing efforts to deny terrorists freedom of action in it's Area of Responsibility, troops of 8 Task Force Division have neutralized 10 terrorists in Maza village in Marte Local Government Areas of Borno State. The terrorists fell into an ambush laid by troops at about 9pm last night, as they attempted to sneak back into their swampy hideouts in the Lake Chad.

1st October Quit Notice: Borno Gov. Shettima meets Northern elders, Arewa coalition in Abuja

Quit notice to Ibos: Again, Gov. Shettima meets Northern elders, Arewa coalition in Abuja
In continuation of efforts towards the withdrawal of quit notice against Ibos living in northern parts of Nigeria, a group of Northern Governors represented by Governor of Borno State and Chairman of the Northern Governors Forum, Kashim Shettima on Wednesday met with a group of Northern elders and key leaders of the coalition of Arewa groups for a closed door meeting that lasted four hours which focused on having the coalition announced the withdrawal of their quit notice which elapses on October 1st, 2017.

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Sokoto begins commercial cultivation of select economic trees

Sokoto begins commercial cultivation of select economic trees
Sokoto state government said it has allocated lands for commercial cultivation of some important economic trees comprising of Gum Arabic, Moringa, Dates and Shea tree.
Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal stated this Wednesday when he flagged off the state's annual tree planting campaign in Bodinga LGA.
"Studies have shown that some of these trees not only improve nutrition and boost food supply, they enhance economic condition of farmers especially in the rural areas and importantly bring in needed cash for sustainable development," he said.
Tambuwal said in addition to these benefits, cultivating the trees help in sustaining care for land in particular, and the environment in general.

Land owners receive compensation Cheque for the Construction of 69 MVA 132/33KVA Power Sub-Station in Bonu, Gurara LG

Niger State Govt pays compensation to land owners for the Construction of 69 MVA 132/33KVA Power Sub-Station in Bonu, Gurara Local Govt.
The Permanent Secretary of Niger State Ministry of Lands, Alh Danladi Musa, and the District Head of Bonu, Alh Ibrahim Baba Shaba handing over Cheque to a land owner, where 69 MVA 132/33 KVA Power Sub-Station is to be constructed in Bonu Village of Gurara Local Government Area.
Governor Abubakar Sani Bello approved the payment and mandated the state Ministry of Lands to ensure judicious distribution of the funds, assuring the beneficiaries that the land is not bought from them but to cushion effect of loss of farmlands saying that the substation will create employment and bring positive development to the area.

Girls Child Free Education: Kano state government awards scholarship to over 41,000 girls from 12 LG

A total of 41,691 primary school girls in Kano state have benefited from the state government scholarship programme this year, the state Commissioner for Education, Professor Hafiz Abubakar has said.

Speaking at the presentation of the scholarship award, Professor Abubakar, who is also the state deputy governor, said the pupils were selected from 12 local government areas of the state.

He said, “Each girl is to get N45,000 per session to facilitate her education pursuit. The gesture was aimed at encouraging enrollment of girls and their retention in schools.”

Osinbajo Assigns Portfolios to Newly Appointed Permanent Secretaries

The Acting President Yemi Osinbajo SAN swears in Newly Appointed Permanent Secretaries and assigns portfolios to each accordingly at The Federal Executive Council (FEC) Meeting Council Chambers, State House Abuja. Wed. 16th Aug 2017

​I want Kebbi local rice, livestock and other agricultural products to be serve in restaurant in New York, Japan

Governor Abubakar Atiku Bagudu says, his administration welcome international observers and research organization to make critical assessment of the agricultural policy of the government to enable its fully develop agriculture.
​Governor Abubakar Atiku Bagudu forwarded this invitation while hosting experts and professionals on Agriculture from the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan to a dinner at the Banquet Hall Government House, Birnin Kebbi on Sunday night.
​The Governor acknowledges the commitment by the leader of the team Dr. Kenton Dashiell who said he enjoyed the meal especially the fried fish served at the dinner.
​Governor Abubakar Atiku Bagudu said the aimed of his administration was to make rice produced in Kebbi State to serve in restaurant in New York City, United States of America and Livestock reared in the state to be on the menu list in restaurant in Tokyo Japan.

BokoHaram Clearance Operations Get Boost as Army Launched 3 New Mobile Strike Teams to Enhance Operation in NorthEast

In what could best be described as a turning point in the ongoing clearance operations in the North East, today, Tuesday 15th August 2017, the Theatre Commander Operation LAFIYA DOLE, Major General Ibrahim Attahiru, launched 3 Mobile Strike Teams (MST) at the Military Command and Control Centre, Maimalari Military Cantonment, Maiduguri, Borno State. The teams are designed to conduct long range patrols and ambushes deep into the hinterland. It is a mixed of professionally trained special forces mobile with variants of equipment on wheels.
The Theatre Command Operation LAFIYA DOLE charged the teams to be discipline, confident, resolute, focused and determined in their task of clearing the remnants of the Boko Haram terrorists wherever they are found.

FG Appeals To ASUU to Suspend Strike

The Federal Government has urged the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to suspend its on-going strike in the universities in the interest of the nation
The Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Ngige who made the appeal today in a statement signed by the Deputy Director, Press in the Ministry, Samuel Olowookere, said there was an on-going renegotiation of the 2009 agreement between the Federal Government and ASUU by the Babalakin Committee which the Federal Government set up on Monday 13thFebruary 2017, and which is already addressing the issues raised by ASUU. 

Sokoto state Governor Tambuwal donates truck load of food, N500,000 cash to parents of quadruplets

Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal has donated a truck-load of food, baby items and cash to the local farmer whose wife gave birth quadruplets in Sokoto last weekend.
A statement issued by Tambuwal's spokesman, malam Imam Imam, said the man, Lawwali Maishinkafa Illela, was given the sum of N500,000 to support his farming business while assorted food items and baby wears was presented to the couple at their family home in Illela LGA of Sokoto State.
Presenting the items on behalf of the Governor, the state commissioner for social welfare, Alhaji Surajo Gatawa, said the state government will continue to cater for the needs of the new born babies and their parents.
"We are here to present these items as a means of support to you. The birth of a child is a moment of joy to us. And because God decided to give you four at the same time, our joys are four-fold.
"We thank God for this joy and addition to your family and we will continue to monitor the progress of the children through you," the commissioner told the father and his wife Shafa'atu.

Anxiety in APC over Kwankwaso

There was anxiety yesterday over former Kano State Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso’s political future. There were rumours that he had defected to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
It was learnt that many PDP bigwigs had been disturbed over Senator Kwankwaso’s next move.
But the former governor yesterday said he was still in APC and yet to give defection any thought.

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Bauchi House Speaker Lauds Federal Government School Feeding

Speaker Bauchi State House of Assembly, Honorable Kawuwa Shehu Damina has lauded the Federal Government School Feeding program that takes off in Bauchi state, penultimate week.
The Speaker made this known during a chat with SA to His Excellency on Non Governmental Organizations in his residence in Bauchi today.

El-Rufai denies muzzling media, freedom of speech, warns against divisive reports

Remarks By Samuel Aruwan (Senior Special Assistant, Media and Publicity to the Governor of Kaduna State) at the opening ceremony of ICPR/UNDP Workshop on Conflict Prevention and Peace Building in Nigeria, at De Neville Hotel Kaduna, on Tuesday,15th August, 2017.
It is with delight that I address you today as you commence this three-day workshop on Conflict Prevention and Peace-building in Nigeria. As Civil Society Organizations, your active participation and engagement in this area is most welcome. We must all unite in building a stable and peaceful nation in our quest to develop our economy. As you all know, development only strives in a peaceful atmosphere.

INEC receives letter for recall of Hon. Abubakar Kuki, Member of Kano State House of Assembly

The Independent National Electoral Commission, (INEC) on Monday acknowledged receipt of a petition for the recall of a serving Kano state lawmaker, Honourable Galadima Kuki, representing Bebeji Constituency.
INEC in a statement made available to newsmen and signed by its Chairman, Information and Voters’ Education Committee, Solomon Soyebi disclosed that it has since notified Honourable Galadima Kuki of his constituents move to recall him.

Pro-Buhari Protest: It’s not our tradition to hire crowds – Presidency replies critics

The Special Adviser to the President on Political Matters, Sen. Babafemi Ojudu, has dismissed the assertion that the presidency sponsored the group of Nigerians that embarked on solidarity protests across the country in support of the President Muhammdu Buhari-led government.
Members of Centre for Civil Society and Justice and other support Group protesting in support of President Muhammed Buhari at Unity Fountain Abuja.
Ojudu stated this while fielding questions from State House correspondents shortly after addressing the pro-President Buhari protesters at the Federal Secretariat/Supreme Court Junction of main entrance of the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Monday.

Kwankwanso, 10 Kano state lawmakers dump APC for PDP

Former Governor of Kano state, Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso has, Tuesday, reportedly defected from the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, party to the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP. According to reports not yet authenticated, Senator Kwankwaso defected with 10 Kano state lawmakers.
His defection may not be unconnected with his ordeals in the ruling party.

Buhari to Jonathan: This is the economy you left behind, in case you have forgotten

The Presidency yesterday dismissed former President Goodluck Jonathan’s claim on the state of the economy at the end of his administration in May 2015.
Jonathan said at the weekend that he handed over a healthy economy to President Muhammadu Buhari.
“We tamed inflation at a single digit, maintained price stability, and drove the economy to become the largest in Africa”, the ex-president explained.
But the Presidency disagreed, saying the economy President Buhari inherited had crumbled.
In a statement titled “Your Excellency Dr Jonathan, this is the economy you left behind, in case you have forgotten”,  the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said: “With due respects to the former President Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, these are the facts about the economy you left behind, in case you have forgotten.

Monday, 14 August 2017

Senator Shehu Sani declares support for ASUU strike

Shehu Sani APC senator representing Kaduna Central, from Kaduna state declares his support for the current indefinite ASUU strike that started today 14th of August 2017.
He made this known through his Facebook page in which he shared:

TrulyNiger: Niger state has capacity to produce food for Africa, says Osinbajo

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo says that Niger has the capacity to produce assorted food crops that will feed the African continent.
Osinbajo said this when he declared open a two-day Niger State Economic Submit with the theme “Impact Investment for Advancing Agricultural Economy and Innovation,” in Minna.
The conference, which attracted economic experts, industrialists and manufacturers as well as some state governors across the country, was organised to attract investors in various fields to boost the state’s economy.
He commended Gov. Abubakar Bello for organising the conference, noting that it would assist in attracting various investors, especially in the agricultural sector.

3 farmers in Gombe state arrested for allegedly cultivating 160 Kilograms of Indian hemp

The National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) on Saturday said it had arrested three farmers in Kulani village, Balanga Local Government Area of Gombe State for allegedly cultivating 160 Kilograms of Indian hemp.
The NDLEA Commandant in the state, Mr Aliyu Adole, told newsmen in Gombe on Saturday.
Adole said many farmers were involved in the cultivation of the weed in the state and the agency had been on their trail.
He said the agency had been monitoring the suspects before their arrest, adding, “This morning, my boys went to the bush and brought them with the exhibits.”

1,100 Taraba pilgrims to depart for Saudi Arabia on Thursday – Official

A total of 1,100 intending pilgrims from Taraba will commence their journey to Saudi Arabia for the Hajj on Thursday, Executive Secretary of the state Muslim Pilgrims’ Welfare Board, Alhaji Umaru Leme, has said.
Leme told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Jalingo on Monday that 177 of the pilgrims were sponsored by the state government and 37 by local councils.
According to him, the state governor, Mr Darius Ishaku has appointed the Lamido Gashaka, Alhaji Zubairu Sambo as leader of the state contingent for the pilgrimage.

Kano state government presents scholarship to 9 students, 10 Imams to study in Al-Azhar University Egypt

The Governor of Kano State His Excellency Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje OFR today presented offer of scholarship to 19 indigines of Kano which was given by the Egyptian Government.
9 students were offered scholarship by the egyptian government for a degree programme with full tuition, tickets, accomodation, feeding, insurance, study materials and upkeep allowances in Al-Azhar University. While 10 other Imams were also selected to undergo a special training which will last for 2 months.

Hope Rises For Kaduna Textile Over Planned $15 Million Investment

The New Nigeria Development Company, NNDC, says it will invest $15 million through a partnership with a Turkish firm to reactivate the collapsed Kaduna Textile company.

The Group Managing Director, Ahmed Musa, said this to journalists shortly after a closed-door meeting with the Turkish business delegation at the NNDC’s head office in Kaduna.

The delegation had earlier inspected the site of the firm and the Defence Industries Corporation of Nigeria, both at the Kakuri Industrial Layout in Kaduna.

The GMD said the NNDC and the Turkish firm, Sur International Textile, would invest the amount in revitalising the Kaduna Textile.

Katsina Youth Disagree With Emir on Quit Notice to Igbos Because...

A youth group under the aegis of Katsina State Progressive Youth Alliance Saturday met and declared its support for quit notice given by some Northern youth groups to the Igbo’s to leave the region by October 1st.
The youth declaration of support for the quit notice is coming after the Emir of Katsina, Alhaji Abdulmumini Kabir Usman pulled his weight behind the Igbos in the state, saying they were always welcome to stay.
Secretary of the group, Abdullahi Muhammed however, disagreed with the Emir.
According to him, “Nnamdi Kanu operated a radio station in 2015 agitating for Biafra. He demanded in different parts of the world that they want Biafra.

Sunday, 13 August 2017

Dangote and Black Rhino sign agreement with Kano State Government to build 100mw solar plant in Kano

Dangote Industries Limited, and its strategic global partner, The Black Rhino Group, have officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the commencement of the construction of a 100 megawatt of Solar Power Plant in the northern Nigeria biggest business city of Kano.
The two companies are to jointly invest $150 million in the development power plant initiated by the President of the Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote to help resuscitate economic activities which is on the verge of collapse in the state.