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3 Kinds of Criticisms that Will Make Governor Ishaku Listen

So you want the Governor to pay attention to your criticisms? Keep reading to discover what to say that will make your inputs count. Quote the Rescue Agenda. The Governor already has a blueprint of …

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The Journey of A Bill

By Dr. David Charima It is said that the path of success is often always resisted. And the bigger the achievement in view, the greater its challenges but the best its outcomes. Today’s accent into …

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Kasuwan Bera: A Peculiar Market Day in Jalingo

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Nigeria as an industrious nation has spared no time in becoming a highly business oriented country, be it in food production, cosmetics, clothing, textile and other areas. Many People who are no strangers to markets …

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Why Every Taraban Should Grow An Aloe Vera Plant

Once in a while whenever a Nigerian goes to shop for cosmetics at a mall or supermarket, you are likely to come across products as Aloe Vera soaps, Aloe Vera creams. A common misconception by …

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11 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Eating Fish

By Jumlang Stephen. Fish is among the healthiest foods on the planet. It is loaded with important nutrients, such as protein and vitamin D. Fish is also the world’s best source of omega-3 fatty acids, …

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Taraba Joins Leading States in Rice Production.

As Nigeria strives to achieve its goal of self food-sufficiency, Taraba State has swiftly joined the 18 highest producers of rice in the Country. This information was contained in a report by Growth and Employment …

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Gov. Ishaku’ s Peace and Development Agenda

By Amos Magaji. They are like Siamese twins. Peace and development. They are inseparable. This twin concept has proved an enduring but regrettable fact of life in many countries and communities around the globe where …

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Crisis at the Curve of Change


By Samson Zanunga. The rescue mission of His Excellency Arch. Darius Dickson Ishaku is already at a midterm. Like it or not, the rescue ship is almost at a cruise control. Progress has been made …

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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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