The official cars of Nigerian governors are quite different from each other. Some use luxury cars, while others use something simple. Many of their cars are bulletproof, which is for security reasons. Today I am sharing with you the official luxury cars of ten (10) Governors in Nigeria.
'Bandits Tied Us In the Morning, Released Us Before Sleeping at Night' - Freed Tegina Children Narrate Ordeals
Some of the recently released students of the Islaamiyya Primary School in Tegina, Niger State, have revealed their ordeal in the captivity of their abductors. During an interview with TVC News, one of the released students stated that the incident was destined by Allah. You may have heard that the pupils of an Islamic school in Niger state were recently released by their abductors.
Governor Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger State Photo Credit: Nigerian Tribune Newspaper According to a news that was posted yesterday, it was made known that the governor of Niger State, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello has banned all filling stations in the state from selling petrol inside kegs or other containers, in order to curb banditry activities in the state.
There are fifty one state-owned colleges of education that are approved by the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE) in Nigeria. Eleven of these schools are located in the North Central Geopolitical Zone which comprises six states and the Federal Capital Territory. It is interesting that only two of these North Central colleges are currently professors as provosts.
Fathers and mothers of the recently released Islaamiyya Primary School students in Tegina, Niger State, have expressed their feelings concerning the exodus of their children from the captivity of bandits. One of the abducted students, the son of the School Proprietor, reportedly died at the hands of the abductors.
Niger State is currently an APC control State, under the leadership of Governor Abubakar Sani Bello. Like other states in northern Nigeria, Niger State is also suffering security challenges ranging from Bako Haram, Bandits, etc, this has made life miserable for many citizens of the state.
Speaking at the Independence Dinner that was organised for the members of the Nigerian Armed Forces in Abuja, the Minister of Defence, Major General Bashir Magashi (retd. ), disclosed that the Federal Government has promised to continue to support the military with adequate logistics and equipment in the fight against insurgency and banditry in the country.
Governor Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger State. Photo Credit: Nigerian Tribune In a news that was published yesterday, it was made known that a primary school teacher, whose name was given as Alhaji Usman Galadima, has been suspended by the State Universal Basic Education Board, SUBEB for defiling 14 pupils in the primary school where he thought.
Amid the rising issue of banditry in the North West and the North East regional parts of the country, the able governor of Katsina State, Sir Aminu Bello Masari has come out to disclose that the majority of bandits who are currently terrorizing the North are the Fulanis.
Former Deputy Inspector General of Police Nuhu Aliyu is dead. Photo Credit: Goggle Nuhu Aliyu was also a former senator representing Niger North and also one-time senate chairman on Security. He died in Kaduna on Wednesday after a brief illness. He was aged 79 years. A family source who pleaded for anonymity said the deceased has been battling with health issues in recent times.
The Executive Governor of Niger State, Abubakar Sani Bello has declared that the All Progressives Congress, APC, will be victorious in the 2023 elections despite the crisis that the party’s Congress is facing. The governor stated this after the election of his faction in the State.
Photos Credit; Google Kagara Attack: Niger Gov Confirms Death Of Two Soldiers Governor Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger State has confirmed the death of two soldiers in the recent attack in Kagara. The governor who made the confirmation when he visited 12 soldiers who sustained injuries and are currently receiving treatment at the Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IBB) Specialist Hospital, Minna, sympathized with the military .
Opinion: Niger State ban of fuel sale inside containers will make it difficult for bandits to operate
Governor of Niger State, Abubakar Sani Bello Photo Credit: Nigerian Tribune Newspaper According to a news that was published yesterday, it has been made known that the Niger State government, has banned the sale of fuel inside gallons, kegs and also, it was made compulsory that all the petrol stations in the state must not sell more than N10,000 fuel for each vehicle and should be careful of vehicles that come back to buy fuel repeatedly, as all these measures were taken in order to curb banditry and kidnapping in the state.
Following the recent kidnap of Dr. Ibrahim Musa, the Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Transportation, along with his son, in Zungeru area of the state, the Governor of Niger State, Mr. Abubakar Sani Bello, has condemned the act. According to a statement disclosed by the Governor to 'Voice of Nigeria', through his spokesperson, Mary Berje, "he described the act as evil, and sacrilegous.
The Niger State Governor, Dr. Abubakar Sani Bello, has appointed Alhaji Mohammed Barau Kontagora as the 7th and new Emir of Kontagora Emirate of the State. The Announcement was made by the State Commissioner for local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Mr. Emmanuel Umar In The State House, Minna on Wednesday, the 6th of October, 2021.
The emir who died at the age of 84, spent 47 years on the throne. Details of his death are sketchy but Daily Trust gathered that the monarch died at an Abuja Hospital. The Emir’s death comes three months after bandits gunned down his son during an attack on the monarch’s farm.
The death of Nuhu Aliyu was like a surprise to me and to the entire people of Nigeria. The deceased was a former Deputy Inspector-General of Police and also, a Senator representing Northern Niger in the National Assembly. Aliyu was also a Senate chairman on security. Photo credit: This Day live
Niger's Governor, Abubakar Sani Bello, has denounced the kidnapping of Dr Ibrahim Musa Garba, the Permanent Secretary of the state Ministry of Transport, and his son in Zungeru town. In a statement issued on Saturday in Minna by his Chief Press Secretary, Mrs Mary Noel-Berje, the governor also condemned the killing of villagers by bandits, calling the act "evil and inhuman."
Governor Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger State has pleaded with a group of foreign investors at an interactive session, to invite their colleagues to invest in the country and preach to their people that Nigeria is not as bad as it is been portrayed. Governor Abubakar Sani Bello The Governor, according to his Chief Press Secretary, Mary Noel-Berje is currently attending a bilateral, economic, trade and investment forum in Istanbul, Turkey.
"Kidnappers And Cattle Rustlers Will Face Death By Hanging In Niger State" - Gov Abubakar Sani Bello
Very recently, Executive Governor of Niger State, Abubakar Sani Bello, announced death penalty for kidnappers and cattle rustlers, in Niger State. The governor made this declaration in view of the security challenges, that have threatened peaceful coexistence in the State. On the Thursday edition of the Journalists' Hangout, Babajide Kolade-Otitoju stated that Niger State presently has the highest kidnap cases in Nigeria.