The orderly to the immediate past governor of Benue state, Inspector Julius Donko, has denied collecting the sum of N165 million from the state Ministry of Finance early 2015.
Permanent secretary of the ministry, Mrs. Ruth Ijir, had told the Justice Elizabeth Kpojime Commission of Inquiry set u [...]
The Federal Ministry of Communication Technology in conjunction with the Rockefeller Foundation and the Benue State Government has trained about 1070 unemployed graduates in the state on Information Communication Technology and online job search.
The participants were enrolled in online job sea [...]
It is a matter of mother luck smiling on few weeks old Baby Destiny, an abandoned baby, who has now been adopted by the First Family of Benue state, Governor & Mrs. Samuel Ortom.
The Abuja Inquirer learnt that Destiny was abandoned in an undisclosed part of Makurdi, the Benue state capital, [...]
ActionAid Nigeria has condemned the increasing violence and harassment of women and girls in public spaces especially educational institutions.
The group under its global campaign, Safe Cities for Women and Girls, noted that the campaign aims to reduce violence against women and girls living in [...]
The Nigerian Airforce School of Air Intelligence, NAFSAINT, in Makurdi, has graduated 62 personnel who are now ready to be exported to crisis prone areas of the country to combat insurgency.
Commandant of the institution, Group Capt. Raymond Nwankwo, who spoke in Makurdi, at the weekend during [...]
Following outcry over the late payment of bailout to workers in Benue, especially teachers and local government staff, the state government has constituted an eight-man committee to fast track the payments.
Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Hon. Ageh Odeh, who disclosed this in Maku [...]
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