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Unpaid Salaries: Benue Workers Plan ToDisgrace Suswam On May 29

Benue workers have vowed to give Governor GabrielSuswam, the disgrace of his life, come May 29, when he will handover to the incoming Governor, Dr Samuel Ortom. 156 more words

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Over 23 people killed by fulani herds men in Benue state.

Suspected Fulani herdsmen killed at least 23 people in central Nigeria, the latest clash in a long-running battle with farming communities in the restive region, police said Tuesday.  275 more words

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Fulani gunmen kill Benue monarch, 30 Suswam’s kinsmen

Suspected Fulani militias on Sunday morning
killed no fewer than 30 persons, including a
traditional rulers in Iorza village of Logo Local
Government Area of Benue State. 162 more words

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Court nullifies Benue Rep-elect’s certificate of return, orders prosecution

A Federal High Court in Abuja has ordered the Independent National Electoral Commission to nullify the certificate of return issued to Christian Abah  for the Ado/Okpokwu/Ogbadibo Federal ‎Constituency seat in the House of Representatives‎ of the forthcoming 8th National Assembly. 372 more words

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ORTOM, AKUME, GEMADE, OTHERS, SUBSCRIBE TO RECONCILIATION AGENDA

Benue State Governor-elect, Chief Dr Samuel Ortom, Senators George Akume and Barnabas Gemade, together with other political leaders in the state have subscribed to the reconciliation agenda set by religious leaders in the state. 440 more words

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VIDEO: Benue State Delegation led by Senator Akume visit Buhari

The Benue State Delegation paid a courtesy call and congratulaory visit to the President-Elect, General Muhammadu Buhari.

Senate Minority Leader and a front contender to the position of President of the Senate, Senator George Akume led a high powered delegation from Benue state to pay a courtesy visit on the President-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari at Defence House in Abuja. 14 more words

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BENUE SEEKS BUHARI'S INTERVENTION TO TACKLE AGRIC, INSECURTY, AND UNEMPLOYMENT

Benue State Governor-elect, Chief Dr Samuel Ortom today sought the intervention of the Federal Government to boost investment in agriculture, curb insecurity and create jobs and wealth. 212 more words

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