Mutfwang escapes sack as S’Court affirms him Plateau gov

The governor’s election was upheld by the Plateau State Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal in Jos, the state capital.

Obi visits Plateau, donates millions to attack victims

Gunmen had stormed the over 15 communities in the Bokkos and Barkin-Ladi Local Government Areas of the state on Christmas Eve, killing more than 190 people.

Plateau: Assailants attack another community

The plateau region has been riddled for several years by religious and ethnic tensions.

Black Christmas: Gunmen attack Plateau as death toll hits over 115

The gun-wielding and blood-curling men also looted farm produce and destroyed properties as they butchered the residents.

Lalong takes oath as Plateau south senator

The oath of office was administered on Lalong, immediate-past minister of labour and employment, on the floor of the upper legislative chamber on Wednesday.

Lalong confirms resignation as Minister

Lalong said he officially tendered his resignation to President Bola Tinubu to enable him take his seat as the Senator Representing Plateau South Senatorial District.

Gunmen attack Kogi REC residence – INEC

The electoral body in a communique said that the attack of the residence in Lokoja, the state capital, commenced around 3:30am and lasted for over thirty minutes.

Natasha takes oath of office as Kogi Central senator

Ms Akpoti-Uduaghan, who is elected on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), becomes the first female Senator from Kogi State.

EFCC releases Ortom

According to him, the former governor has nothing to hide, adding that he would always be available for questioning by the anti-graft agency.
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