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Board Vehicles At Authorized Motor Parks – DG NYSC Urges Corps Members

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It was a splendid Friday for residents of NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp Dakin-Gari, Suru Local Government Area, Kebbi State as they hosted Director-General of the Scheme ,Brigadier General YD Ahmed. Gen. Ahmed and his entourage arrived Dakin-Gari this afternoon as part of his tour of the 2023 Batch ‘C’ Orientation .

The NYSC Kebbi State Coordinator Humanitarian Mrs. Okolo Agatha Banki while presenting her brief to the Director-General warmly welcomed him and added that a total of 1088 Corps Members were registered comprising 539 males and 392 females and 92 males and 65 females for Kebbi and Zamfara States respectively.

She further told the Director- General that the Corps Members had since acclimatized with the Camp environment and are participating in all Camp activities with high sense of discipline and enthusiasm.

Mrs. Okolo further intimated the Director-General of the overwhelming support and cooperation by the Camp Officials since the commencement of the orientation course and called them a winning team.

She also informed the DG that the Kebbi State Governor Dr. Nasir Idris (Kauran Gwandu) made a commedable effort by suppoting Camp feeding

In his address the DG buttressed that their joy today must be connected to the welfare and care by State Coordinator and added that their attitude today indicates they have assimilated into their host environment.

He advised them against relocating to their respective regions.

The Director-General also admonished Corps Members to shun night travels and board vehicles only at the authorized motor parks.

His words ” don’t travel at night and take free ride from person you don’t know. You should board vehicles only at the authorized motor parks”

The indefatigable Gen. equally stressed that the welfare and security of Corps Members are top on his administration’s agenda and implored them to play their own bit for a successful service year.

He similarly charged Corps Members to embrace SAED trainings with all seriousness for self-reliance and added that adequate arrangement had been put in place to assist them secure zero interest loan for a start up Capital through BOI, Access Bank, Kudin Mata among others.

He finally donated three (3) big bulls to the Corps Members to celebrate their end of the Camp activities . In addition he made a cash gift to special squads like Quarter guard, Corps Camp Directors, Music & Band, and others. He implored Camp Officials to discourage Corps Members from relocating from Kebbi.

The Director-General was accompanied by the Directors, Special Duties Alhaji Musa Abubakar and Press and Public Relations Mr. Eddy Megwa as well as other Officials from the National Directorate Headquarters Abuja.

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Da Dumi-Dumi: An Sako Daliban Jami’ar Tarayya Dake Wukari

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Daga Sani Yarima 

Dalibai biyu wanda akayi garkuwa dasu domin neman kudin fansa dake Jami’ar Tarayya dake Wukari a jihar Taraba sun kubuta daga hannun wadan da suka sace su. 

Jami’ar harkan yada labarai da tsatsare na Jami’ar, Ashu Agya ta shedawa SAHEL REPORTERS cewa an sako daliban ne a daren jiya Alhamis 11/4/2024 a wani yanki dake karamar hukumar ta Wukari. 

Agya ta kara da cewa an bada naira dubu dari bakwai (N700,000) a matsayin kudin fansa ga masu garkuwa da mutanen, sabanin naira miliyan hamsin (N50m) da suka nema a farko. 

Majiyar tamu ta kuma tabbatar da cewa daliban na cikin koshin lafiya. 

Idan ba’a manta ba, daliban guda biyu, anyi garkuwa dasu ne a wani dakin saida abinci dake cikin Jami’ar a ranar Litini 1/4/2024 kimanin kwanaki goma sha daya kenan. 

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Breaking News: Abducted FUW Students Regain Freedom

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By Sani Yarima

Two students who were previously abducted from the Federal University Wukari (FUW) in Taraba State have been released and are now free.

According to Mrs. Ashu Agbu, the Head of Information and Protocol at the institution, the aforementioned students were released on Thursday night, 11/4/2024, after being held captive for an undisclosed number of days.

Mrs. Ashu Agya told our reporter that a ransom of N700, 000 was paid in exchange for their release and that the students are currently in good health.

Recall that the kidnappers had earlier requested N50 million naira as ransom.

Additional details regarding this situation will be forthcoming at a later time.

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Read How Gunpowder Killed Three Children In Taraba

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The Taraba state police command has debunked claims of an improvised Explosive device explosion that has led to the deaths of three children in Didango Geita village of Karim Lamido local government area of the state, contrary to the claims of some of the villagers. 

The State commissioner of police, David Iloyonomon while refuting the claims asserted that the three children who died were playing with a Dane gun on a tree, whose gunpowder later exploded and killed them. 

According to him, the four other children playing under the tree were injured with one fatally affected and receiving treatment at the state’s specialists hospital located in Jalingo, the state capital. 

The incident took place on Saturday when the CP said ”One Danjuma Audu gave the information to the police that there was an explosion which resulted in the deaths of three youngsters and the injury of four others.

”On the receipt of the information, we deployed the anti-bomb unit of the Nigeria Police Force who rushed to the scene conducted a professional and thorough search, and discovered that no exhibit is related to dynamite or IED recovered from the scene.

”Instead, they recovered pallets from a Dane gun which was evident in the bodies of the casualties and suspected to be responsible for their deaths. “Since there was no assailant, it is suspected to be an accidental discharge,” said CP. 

The commissioner of police further revealed that the scene of the incident has been condoned and investigation is still ongoing to unravel more facts.

The police commissioner identified the three deceased children as Miracle Danjuma 11 years old, Liyacheyan Bitrus 12 years old, and Kefas Bitrus 11 years old, with the first casualty Miracle Danjuma the son of the man who reported the incident. 

Others that sustained varying degrees of injuries include Joseph Danjuma 8 years old,  Leah Aluda 8 years old, Godbless Hassan 7 years old, Christian Hassan 7 years old who happen to be the grandchildren of Danjuma Audu, the owner of an irrigation rice farm whom the children followed to assist in the farm. 

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