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Taraba Governor’s Wife expresses gratitude to God at 60th Birthday Thanksgiving

The First Lady of Taraba State Barr Anna Darius Ishaku yesterday, thanked God for her 60th birthday. The thanksgiving services which was graced by her husband His excellency Arch Darius Ishaku, her Children, friends, well …

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11 Amazing Health Benefits of Pineapples

Pineapple Ananas comosus is a very common sweet tropical fruit. It contains a high level of minerals and Vitamins such as Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Calcium, Manganese, and others. Pineapple is usually eaten fresh, cooked, …

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Miyetti Allah and the Wicked Blackmail.

Miyetti Allah and the Wicked Blackmail.

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Stakeholders Condemn Fulani Rejection of Peace Efforts.

Stakeholders Condemn Fulani Rejection of Peace Efforts.

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Lawmaker Awards Scholarship to 200 Students in Taraba

Lawmaker Awards Scholarship to 200 Students in Taraba

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Fulanis Reject Peace Moves, Intensifies Recruitment of Militia for Revenge Attack.

Fulanis Reject Peace Moves, Intensifies Recruitment of Militia for Revenge Attack.

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Robbers Attack Gov. Ishaku’s New Media Aide, Beat Him Up Mercilessly.

Robbers Attack Gov. Ishaku's New Media Aide, Beat Him Up Mercilessly.

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Tribute: Governor Suntai’s Unusual Style at Campaigns

Tribute: Governor Suntai's Unusual Style at Campaigns

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SPECIAL NEWS COMMENTARY ON THE NEGATIVE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE SOCIETY

The social media is primarily an avenue to fast track and facilitate open communication, leading to enhanced information discrimination. It allows for wider spectrum for cross-fertilization of ideas, postings, news, carrying out research through gestures and sharing of links.

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REVEALED: How National Miyetti Allah Discovered Lies Taraba Fulani Leaders Told About Killings in Sarduana. 

REVEALED: How National Miyetti Allah Discovered Lies Taraba Fulani Leaders Told About Killings in Sarduana. 

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