Governor Samuel Ortom on Thursday in Makurdi presented the 2019 Appropriation bill of N196.5 billion to the Benue House of Assembly for passage into law.
The club’s victory was in the Confederation of African Football Champions League match played on Wednesday in Enugu.
The Benue Government says no official document was affected in the fire that gutted the generating plant of the Government House, Makurdi.
The Bishop, who also demanded public apology from those changing the narratives, made the call on Friday at St Ignatius Quasi Parish, Ukpo-Ayar, Mbalom in Gwer Local Government Area of Benue, during the atonement and purification of the…
He said that the security agencies had been notified of the ugly trend, stressing that anybody found buying PVCs or selling them would be arrested and prosecuted.
Miffed by reports quoting Senator George Akume as blaming the Benue Government for the violence in the state, Gov. Samuel Ortom says he will report the senator to the Supreme Assembly of the Tiv Traditional Council.
Senator George Akume on Friday in Abuja said the people of Benue State were tired of misinformation about President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.
Ortom stated this on Monday in Makurdi when a former governorship aspirant on the platform of PDP, Dave Iorhemba visited him.
Ortom stated this on Tuesday in Makurdi, when members of Nigeria Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress and other sister unions visited him to register their support for the upward review of wages.
The Benue State Deputy Governor, Benson Abounu, who represented Governor Samuel Ortom, delivered the amount when he led a high powered delegation to Ebonyi State Government House, Abakaliki on Wednesday to condole with the State over the…
The statement, which was made available to the News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Makurdi, recalled that Benue people voted overwhelmingly for former presidents Shehu Shagari and Umaru Musa Yar’Adua in 1979, 1983 and 2007 respectively.
He made the call when he received members of the three socio-cultural ethnic groups in the state led by the President-General of Mzough U Tiv, Edward Ujege, on Tuesday in Makurdi.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Ortom defeated other three contestants; John Tondo, Paul Orhii and Felix Atume at the primary election.
The aspirants, Dave Iorhembe, Dr. Gabriel Nyitse and Joe Iorapuu, all accepted to step aside in the interest of the party.
Dankwambo, who is aspiring to be president on the platform of the PDP, made the promise on Friday in Makurdi, during a consultancy visit to Governor Samuel Ortom.