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Today's Headlines: Terrorists Dare COAS, Take Over Another Borno Town, Six people Die In Adamawa Road crash

Six people Die In Adamawa Road Road Crash

All the six people in a tightly packed 5-seater Corolla Starlet car died following a road crash in Adamawa State on Sunday evening.

The accident occurred near a community called Jabbo-Lamba in Girei Local Government Area, along Yola-Mubi highway, when the cab crashed into a Sienna bus.

The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in Adamawa State, DSP Sulaiman, said the accident occurred around 4:00pm.

“All the six passengers in the Starlet, including the driver, died on the spot, while the driver of the Sienna bus who was alone sustained serious injury.

Agric Extension Agents Commend Nigerian Government For Training

Agricultural extension agents in Plateau on Sunday commended the Federal Government for training them on new trends in agricultural extension, but appealed that the training be sustained.

The agents shared their experiences with newsmen after the just concluded training of extension agents in the state by Federal Government to impart new skills on agricultural extension.

The training which was organised by the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD), it held from March 8 to March 12 and was declared opened by Dr Hosea Finangwai, Plateau Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development.

The training was aimed at halting the drift in the agricultural extension system, which over the years had declined due to decreased funding, policy changes, reduced man power and lack of interest of young people in agricultural entrepreneurship.

Boko Haram Scores Dead As Terrorist Dare COAS

Islamic State of West African Province, (ISWAP ) a faction of Boko Haram terrorists have displaced the Nigerian troops in Damasak, Mobbar local government area of Borno State.

Damasak is about 160km from Maiduguri, the Borno State capital and has suffered many attacks from terror groups.

Earlier, a United Nations Helicopter was shot at by terrorists in the axis,

Residents who fled home into the bushes say the town was taken over by the terrorists and many security operatives were reportedly killed.

United Nations staff and other NGOs are now calling for prayers from the bunkers, where they are currently hiding.

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Adamawa State Borno Town Dare COAS Police Public Relations Officer Sienna


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