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Gov. Ishaku inspects TARCMA and Jalingo Abattoir

Taraba State Governor, Arch. Darius Dickson Ishaku has directed the State Commissioner of Works and Transport and the management of Taraba Road Construction and Maintenance Agency TARCMA to submit the lists of serviceable and non …

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SMEDAN Partners NAIC on Agric Insurance For Farmers in Taraba 

In their bid to complement the effort of government to boost the economy through agriculture, the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) in partnership with the Nigerian Agricultural Insurance Corporation (NAIC) has …

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Hon. Baraya to be Turbaned As Garkuwan Wurkun

Baraya Turbaned

All roads lead to Karim Lamido LGA, for the turbaning of Member representing Karim 2 in the Taraba State House of Assembly, Hon. Edward Gideon Baraya.   According to the program of events just released, …

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Taraba Electricity: Know Your Rights As Consumer…

Taraba Electricity consumer

This is a Public Service Broadcast: Taraba Electricity Consumers  Many Nigerians do not know that they have certain rights as electricity consumers in the nation. The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), the body empowered to …

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Taraba Pension And Death Benefits Saga

Taraba Pension Saga

Taraba pension saga. Mr. H.D is a retired Local Government Civil Servant. He served the primary health care for 35 years and retired as an Assistant Director. He was not been paid his pension after …

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Taraba State Governor’s Wife Tasks TBA of Ngada On Safe Delivery.

Taraba state Governor's Wife

Wife of Taraba state  Governor, Barr. Anna Darius Ishaku, has tasked Traditional Birth Attendants, TBA, of the Ndola of Gola Area Development Association, NGADA, on the need to use the knowledge acquired to curb Maternal …

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Do You Know Your Name Affects Your Life?

Wajanyan was born like everyone else. He attended school up to University level. He passed through hell during school as nothing ever came easy for him. He lost his dad at the tender age of …

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How Taraba Will Experience A Breakthrough

In a few months time, Taraba state would be celebrating its 25 years of existence. Definitely, someone of this age is no more a child. He is indeed at the formative stage of his life, …

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Tarabans, Do You Know Punctuality and Discipline in the Workplace Affects Your Altitude?

Mr. A. W. presently works in the State Secretariat, Jalingo, Taraba state. He reports to work at about 7am every morning and closes by 4pm. If you have ever encountered Mr. A. W, then write …

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Tarabans Do You Know a Glass of Mango Juice Could Prevent You from Heat Stroke?

Heat stroke also known as sunstroke is a condition marked by fever or unconsciousness as a  result of failure of the body’s temperature – regulating mechanism under excessive high temperature.   Mango may very well …

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Benefits of Egg Plants to Tarabans

Most people eat it raw, some eat cooked (in form of sauce) while others make salad from it. The form of eating the garden egg seems endless in our communities. The garden eggplant, apart from …

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Illegal Felling of Trees in Taraba is Dangerous. Shocking Details Revealed

Taraba State has a large source of the wood popularly known as Rosewood, locally called “Kosso”. Investigations show that at the beginning, starting from late 2013, Chinese businessmen began sourcing for rosewood in many states …

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Detractors Advised to Stay Clear of DDI Rescue Mission House, Jalingo

The women leader, DDI rescue mission house, Deborah Stephen,has advised detractors to stay clear the mission house.  Mrs Deborah  revealed this while speaking with Taravoices at the Rescue House, She decried the level at which …

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How to Cope with the Taraba Hot Weather

 Baby Emmanuela held tenaciously to her mother’s hand, urging her to continue fanning her with a hand fan, as its soothing effect finally sent her to sleep. “Oh God, what sort of heat is this? …

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Tarabans, Do You Know the Medicinal Uses of Ginger?

Ginger is a flowering plant that originated from China. It belongs to the Zingiberaceae family, and is closely related to turmeric. The rhizome (underground) part of the stem is the part commonly used as a …

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Level of Patronage Depends on Seasons – Jalingo Airport Manager

The level at which passengers travel through the Jalingo Airport is reduced to seasons and occasions. This was revealed by the Jalingo Airport Manager, Mr Joshua Dauda, when Taravoices.com sought to know the status of …

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My Taraba Dream: Curbing the Rot in Education and Youth Liberation

My sweet romance with Taraba state started November 2nd, 2012 when I was posted to the State under the National Youth Service Corp(NYSC) scheme for the mandatory one year national service. It was indeed a …

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Taraba Voices on the Street on Governor Darius Ishaku’s Rescue Agenda

“A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be.” – Rosalynn Carter. It is for this reason that “Taraba Voices …

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Taraba State Governor’s Wife Visits Agellah’s Family

Taraba Governo Wife Visits Agellah's Family

It is no doubt that the holy book said Mourn with those who are mourning. Taraba State Governors wife join the family of Agellah to mourn the demise of thier son oCharles Agellah who was …

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Health Benefits of Dates in Taraba

The date palm has been cultivated since 600 B.C. The date fruit is one of the sweetest fruits around and also come in different varieties. Nigerians in the North call it “Dabino”. Although dates can …

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