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Democracy Day: How to Deliver Taraba State from the Clutches of Underdevelopment

After 25 years of statehood, Taraba state, the “Nature’s Gift to the Nation” is perceived by many as still struggling to find itself on the threshold of development. There are many common indices use to …

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The Health Benefits of Tree Planting in Taraba.

It was Warren Buffett who said ‘Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago’. The relevance of trees to the environment cannot be over emphasized.  The activities …

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As a “Brand New Improved” Gov Darius Steps up His Game

Emmanuel Bello Even for his die-hard critics, Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku is now coming across a new and, well, improved brand. That’s exactly how one of his traducers described him last week. We were having …

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Stemming the Tide of Suicide in Nigeria Through Psycho Trauma Healing.

By Justin Tyopuusu. The daily pressure on parents and guardians to solve family problems and the general challenges that life presents as well as increasing cases of terror and other related killings have again more …

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5 Kinds of People Falsely Blaming Governor Darius on Teachers’ Salaries

Through interviews, observation and current issues taking place in the state, we have discovered five kinds of people who have been falsely blaming the Governor for Teachers’ salaries. They include certain politicians, the opposition, ghost …

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The Plight of Women Who Earn their Living From Nature’s Gift

By Nick Dugba, Passing through the Danbaba Suntai Way or rather the Mile Six Bypass dual carriageway and precisely the Jalingo suburb of Dinyavoh, one is attracted by the presence of a quarry of sorts. …

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Now that Darius is Finally a Born Again Politician, What’s Next?

Emmanuel Bello One of the stinging criticisms against Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku is that he’s not a politician. And you start to wonder what it takes to be a “politician.” But what they mean is …

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Marking One Year of Barr. Anna Ishaku’s Legendary Visit to Sunkuru.

Today, February 25th, 2017 marks exactly one year since the wife of Taraba State Governor, Barr. Anna Darius Ishaku, the Naa Ndola, ‘Mummy’ as she is fondly addressed by those who work under her, a …

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Gov. Darius Dickson Ishaku: Between Technocracy And ‘Amala Politics’

Governor Ishaku

It is less than two years now since Arc. Darius Dickson Ishaku assumed the mantle of leadership of Taraba state, a state which came into being 25 years ago and is gradually recuperating from its …

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How Gov Ishaku is Digitising Media Outfits in Taraba, Wiping out Obsolete Equipment.

By Emmanuel Bello. For more than two decades, both the television and radio stations in Taraba state had operated with antiquated equipment. The television station was almost a museum of sorts with obsolete gadgets reminding …

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