* *CP directs for thorough and clinical investigation...* The Adamawa State Police Command, On 7/9/2021 apprehended a 19year old wife for stabbing her 35 year old husband to death. The suspect, Rumasau Muhammed a resident of Wuro Yanka Village, Shelleng local government area, stabbed her late husband Muhammed Adamu with a knife after seeking for divorce and the deceased refused to pronounce such divorce.
3/02/2021 BENUE AT 45, FROM SHELLENG TO ORTOM. By James Uloko. February 3, 1976 will remain an enduring milestone in the socio economic and political history of Benue State. It was on that day that Benue State was carved out of the defunct Benue-Plateau State by the then administration of late General Murtala Mohammed. The state aptly derived its name from the second largest river in Nigeria, the River Benue. Since it was created forty- five years ago, Benue state has made significant progress in all spheres
The Adamawa State Police Command has arrested a 19-year-old girl identified as Rumasa'u Muhammad who allegedly stabbed her husband to death following his refusal to divorce her after several attempts. According to the Punch Newspaper, the tragic incident happened in Yenka Village, Shelleng Local Government Area.
Rumasau Muhammed, a 19-year-old woman, was detained by the Adamawa State police command on Tuesday for fatally stabbing her 35-year-old husband. After her late husband, Muhammed Adamu, refused to divorce her, the suspect, a resident of Wuro Yanka Village in Shelleng Local Government Area, stabbed him with a knife.
A 19 year old girl, Mohammed Ramassau, a resident of wuro Yanka village in Shelleng local Government area, has been arrested by the Men of the Adamawa State Police Command on Wednesday for allegedly stabbing her husband, Mohammed Adamu, a 35 year old man to death over his refusal to cause a dissolution of their 3 weeks marriage.
Flood disaster has been a great threat to many states situated in riverine areas in Nigeria. It has as well made many citizens living in these riverine areas, vulnerable to infectious diseases, chemical hazards, and injuries. Large-scale flooding carries the obvious risk of drowning, but even smaller home floods can result in dangerous electrical hazards and contamination risks to affected States or communities.
Scores of houses and farmlands in a community in Adamawa State have been flooded as a result of days of severe rainfall. The flood hit Lababiri, a community in the Shelleng Local Government Area in the state's southern region. The Adamawa State Emergency Management Agency (ADSEMA) acknowledged that the flood destroyed 66 homes and 150 acres of agriculture.