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Kogi News

2023: Women Hits Lokoja Streets, Calls on Kogi Gov to Join Presidential Race

Female political office holders and members of different women groups in Kogi state took to the streets of Lokoja on Wednesday calling on Governor Yahaya Bello to throw his hat into the ring and contest the 2023 presidential election. Led by the Secret... Read Full Story

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Health

Takete-Otafun Community Applauds Health Agency on Enrollment of Vulnerable Persons

The people of Takate/Otafun in Ward 7 of Mopamuro local government area have applauded the staff members of Kogi State Health Insurance Agency for their commitment in the recent biometric enrolment of the vulnerable persons in the area. Three of the me... Read Full Story

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Kogi News

AARIS: Agri-Business Loan Handled by State Govt, Not Labour Union – Kogi NLC

The organised labour in Kogi State has washed its hands off the Agric-Business Alternative Retirement Investment Scheme (AARIS) in which 8,000 workers have indicated interest. The state Chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Mr Onu Edoka,  made... Read Full Story

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Kogi News

Ex-PDP chair’s widow, 13 travellers kidnapped in Kogi

Gbenga Odogun, Lokoja The widow of the late Peoples Democratic Party, Zonal Chairman, late Matthew Kola-Ojo, Mrs Yemi Kola-Ojo, was among the 14 persons kidnapped on Monday in Okunland, Kogi State. The victims were reportedly kidnapped while travelling between Iffe and Egbeda, in the Ijumu Local Government Area. The journey was said to be her […] Read Full Story

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Kogi News

2023: North Central Should be Supported to Produce Nigeria’s Next President – Ejeh Olamaboro

…North Central is truly the headquarters of poverty in this country. The Ejeh of Olamaboro, Ujah Sani Simeon, has described the North Central geo-political zone as the “belt that held Nigeria’s peace and unity since independence”... Read Full Story

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Kogi News

Special Report: Digital Inequality Reason Online Learning Won’t Work in Nigeria During COVID-19

Digital inequality, core reason online learning cannot succeed in Nigeria even as the country is working to adopt online learning as an alternative to attending physical classes. A move the Nigerian state said is targeted at ensuring social distance an... Read Full Story