Muhammadu Buhari, born on 12th February 1942, is a Nigerian politician who is currently serving as the President of Nigeria since 2015. Buhari was born to a Fulani family in Daura, Katsina State. He is the twenty-third child of his father. Buhari was raised by his mother, after his father died when he was about four years old.
In this article, I will be sharing with you some new adorable pictures of Sadik Sani Sadik alongside his beautiful wife and kids. Sadik Sani Sadik married his beautiful wife, Murjanatu Shehu Shema, in 2013, and they are blessed with cute children. Murjanatu Shehu Shema was born in Shema Local Government Area, Katsina.
Inspector of police, seven others murdered by bandits in Katsina State:Photo Credit: Today News. The Katsina State police command has confirmed the killing of an Inspector of Police and three residents of Zandam village, in Jibia Local Government Area, by suspected bandits. The state Police Public Relations Officer, SP Gambo Isah, said the incident happened on Monday evening, which five other villagers sustained injuries.
On 6th June, 2021 the Emir of Daura, Alhaji Umar Faruq Umar receives National Chairman of Jamaatul Izalatul Bidiah Wa Iqamatul Sunnah, Sheikh Abdullahi Bala Lau at his Palace in Daura, Katsina State. Sheikh Abdullahi Bala Lau who is also known as Sheikh Balalau is a Nigerian Islamic scholar, cleric, Mufassir and preacher.
Politicians in Katsina State are on the march again as the moves to Succeed Governor Aminu Bello Masari have begun. Already Top Politicians within the People's Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressives Congress (APC) are warming up to replace Governor Aminu Bello Masari come 2023. Notable among them are
Igbo politicians dominate the southeast geopolitical zone of the country. And the Igbo people constitute one of the three largest ethnic groups in the country. But when it comes to sharing of political power in the country, the Igbo people are lagging behind most especially in the current administration.
The Security Forces Repelled Bandits' Attack, 5 Killed, Weapons And Motorcycles Recovered In Katsina
In a report from Deji Adesogan popularly known as Uncle Deji on social media, it was gathered that the Nigerian security forces were able to repelled attack on Wurma and Yarbudu villages by bandits numbering about 100 on motorbikes in Kurfi LGA, Katsina State. According to Deji, who is a military and security affairs expert, he quoted the PPRO Gambo Isah as saying that the bandits were on a mission to cause havoc on the locals in their community.
Gallant Security Forces have once again stood their ground against terrorists; this time, the Nigerian forces successfully repelled armed bandits’ who attacked Wurma and Yarbudu villages in Kurfi Local Government Area of Katsina State. According to Katsina State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Gambo Isah, the armed bandits numbered over one hundred (100) on motorcycles were on a mission to unleash terror on the residents of Kurfi LGA before they were fiercely fought off by the troops.
1. Daura. Daura is a town and Local Government Area in Katsina State, northern Nigeria. It is the spiritual home of the Hausa people. The emirate is referred to as one of the "seven true Hausa states" because it was, ruled by the descendants of Bayajidda's sons with Daurama and Magira.
The police prevented the bandits from attacking the communities of Wurma and Yarbudu in Kurfi District, Katsina State. Police spokesman Gambo Isah confirmed this in his testimony. He said that at about 5:30 pm on June 2nd, more than 150 armed men riding AK-47 assault rifles attacked Wurma in the Kurfi area and Yarbudu village area.
Father Joe Keke, the 75-year-old retired Northern Nigerian Catholic priest, has finally regained his freedom after spending two weeks at the kidnappers’ den. According to the information, made available by Dailypost, the Director of Communication, Fr. Chris Omotoso shared the great news of the priest's freedom through the Facebook page of the Sokoto Catholic Diocese.
The governor of Katsina State, Aminu Bello Masari, has come out to openly disagree with the position of President Muhammadu Buhari on the open grazing ban in Nigeria. In an interview with newsmen, Masari referred to the nomadic pattern of the herdsmen as unnecessary " the herder's movement is essentially in search of two things, water, and fodder.
Unlike the sentiments being expressed by many of his politician colleagues up North, the Katsina State Governor, Aminu Bello Masari has said that he is fully in support of devolution of powers to the regions or states as being canvassed by the Southern Governors. He made this know in a recent interview published in Daily Trust, where he also threw his weight behind the ban on Open grazing by the Southern Governors.
Governor Aminu Masari of Katsina State has described as un-Islamic open grazing of livestock. Speaking to newsmen at the Government House Katsina as part of activities to mark second year of his second term in office, the Governor supported the ban on open grazing in the South by Governors of the region and stressed that ranching was the norm in modern animal husbandry.
Security is every Nigerian’s business: Buhari President Muhammadu Buhari says the security of the country was the responsibility of all Nigerians whether in office or not. “Addressing them (security challenges) effectively to restore peace and security remains the responsibility of all Nigerians in and out of public office and our democratic institutions,’’ Mr Buhari said at the opening of a four-day special summit on national security organised by the House of Representatives in Abuja on Wednesday.
We live in a world full of good and bad people. Age is no more the measure of good moral ethics and attitude. You can find an old man that will commit a terrible offense that will damage his reputation and will be a slap on his face at that old age.
The Governor of Katsina State, Aminu Bello Masari, has characterised open grazing of cattle, maintaining It should be discontinued according to the resolution of the Southern Governors. Gov. Masari, in an interview with newsmen in Katsina on Tuesday, maintained that open grazing does not in any way conform to the teaching of Islam.
Following the recent ban on open grazing by the 17 Southern governors in Asaba, Delta State (now known as "Asaba Declaration"), the Katsina State Governor Aminu Masari, has thrown his weight behind their position on ban of open grazing. He described the practice by herdsmen, moving from the Northern part of Nigeria to the South as embarrassing and un-Islamic.
Katsina State governor, Aminu Bello Masari have lately expressed his dissatisfaction over the open grazing system related to livestock farming. He explicitly stated his reason why there is no need for the herders to roam about. In his statement, "The herders’ movement is essentially in search of two things: Water and fodder.
The executive governor of Katsina State, Aminu Masari, has given his opinion on Southern governors ban of open grazing. Remember that in a meeting held In Asaba, Delta State, the whole southern governors agreed that open grazing will be banned in their regions. This caused controversies in the country as most people debate whether or not they have the constitutional rights to do that.