Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Ahmadu Ribadu College celebrates Nigerian Culture, Costume & Talent


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Ahmadu Ribadu College Yola one of the leading Private secondary schools in North East Nigeria today 18th July, 2018 celebrated the legacy and achievements of the Nigerian Heritage with an Amazing Culture, Costume and Talent day celebration. The event featured lots of colorful attire, music, dance and drama as the students came gleefully dressed in the costumes of various ethnic groups of the country.

Highlights of the event included the cultural float and dance drama presentation by the students of the school. as well as various dance presentations as well as a paper presentation on the Dangers of drug abuse.

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

**CHECK IT OUT NOW***Gospel Singer I2 releases brand new Video Titled "Peace"





Yola based Gospel Singer, Raphel Iliya has just released a brand new gospel Video Titled Peace Song.

The video which reaches out to the nation as a call to lay down our differences in religion and ethnicity and embrace peace comes at a t time that the nation needs to embrace peace amidst the chaos.
The Video was shot by Creative Genius J-Prado of Magic City .
The Video relase day also marks I2's birthday.

download here 







Friday, 23 March 2018

Photos: Popular Eatery, BABZ LOUNGE in Yola gutted by fire

Popular eatery, Babz lounge along Police Roundabout, in Jimeta, Adamawa state was this afternoon gutted by fire. According to inside sources, the fire was caused by fluctuations in the power supply which affected the change over panel of the outfit. Cars parked around the vicinity were immediately evacuated to avoid further damage. See more photos below...











Wednesday, 14 March 2018

BREAKING NEWS: Unexploded Bomb Canisters discovered in Adamawa Community




Fear looms over the air of Shafaron community of Numan Local Government where new discoveries have been made in line with the recent attacks by the alleged Fulani herdsmen which occurred on the 4th of December 2017 where over 70 died as a result of air raid by the Nigerian Air Force in December, 2017.

The community Leader said communities are now living in fear as some of the bombs allegedly dropped by the Jet Fighters were found on farmlands and inside houses bombed during the attack. "our people now live in fear because no one knows where they may see any explosives. As you can see, some were found in a house bombed byNigerian Airforce, while others were found in farmlands".

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Photos: Group stage #StopTheKillings peaceful protest in Adamawa State's Capital




A peaceful coalition of Tribal associations, Civil Right Groups, Faith Based Organisations  from Adamawa State today 7th March 2018, staged a peaceful protest with the theme #Stop the Killing campaign to show their grievances over the gruesome killing of their citizens in various localities within the state most recent in attack was that of Gwamba Community in Demsa LGA.

Speaking on behalf of the coalition, Emmanuel Nicholas said the Government is not doing enough to avert such killings, saying sometimes intelligence reports are given out on social media regarding pending attacks and yet no security measure is taken to avert such.
The group which was initially expected to converge at the Roundabout Mai Doki was dispersed by security against and later reconverged at the NUJ Secretariat, Jimeta

Monday, 29 January 2018

Sex scandal: Stephanie Otobo ‘confesses’, says ‘I was paid to defame Apostle Suleman’


Singer, Stephanie Otobo who made news last year after alleging that she was in a sexual relationship with the Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministeries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, yesterday went to his church in Edo state and in front of his congregation, confessed that she lied against him. According to Stepahnie, she was paid heavily by some politicians to tarnish the image of the pastor.

She appealed to the pastor and his wife, Lizzy, to forgive her which they did. Mrs Suleman later prayed for her and said she has forgiven her.
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Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Press statement by CAN Adamawa Chapter on Recent killings by herdsmen


BEING TEXT OF AN ADDRESS OF CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (CAN), DELIVERED ON WEDNESDAY 10TH, JANUARY 2018, BY THE STATE CHAIRMAN MOST REV. DR. STEPHEN DAMI MAMZA ON THE SPATE OF VIOLENCE AND TERROR KILLINGS UNLEASHED UPON CHRISTIAN/FARMING COMMUNITIES IN ADAMAWA STATE BY HERDSMEN.

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Gentlemen of the Press, may I seize this opportunity to welcome you and to thank you for responding once again to this invitation at short notice.

Before we get started, may we please observe one minute silence, even as we pray in our hearts in honour of those who were massacred in the mindless killings carried out by herdsmen here in Adamawa State and other parts of the country in the recent past……..May their souls rest…………..

Gentlemen, as the Fourth Estate of the Realm, you may have followed and probably reported some of the dastardly acts of terrorism unleashed upon Christians/farming communities in Adamawa State and indeed other parts of the country by herdsmen.