Six die, two injured in Kwara auto crash | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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Six die, two injured in Kwara auto crash | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Livinus Sambo, Rabo Barde

Six die, two injured in Kwara auto crash | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Two men and four women (including two children) were feared dead, yesterday, in an auto accident at Falokun settlement along Offa/Ajase/Ippo road in Kwara State.

•Kaduna ex-commissioner, Barde, dies at 72•Police dispel rumoured proliferation of bandits in Kwara•Northern leaders meet in Kaduna tomorrow over insecurityThe accident, caused by speed violation and wrong overtaking, reportedly happened about 2.00p.m. Two injured persons were said to be receiving treatment at an undisclosed hospital.

ALSO, former Commissioner of Justice and Attorney General of Kaduna State, Rabo Barde, has died at the age of 72 years, while recovering from an ailment, according to the family.Major Livinus Sambo (rtd), who announced the passing, on behalf of the family, in Kaduna, yesterday, stated: “The deceased died peacefully in his bed while recovering from an ailment on January 03, 2022.”

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FRSC •Kaduna ex-commissioner, Barde, dies at 72 •Police dispel rumoured proliferation of bandits in Kwara •Northern leaders meet in Kaduna tomorrow over insecurity The accident, caused by speed violation and wrong overtaking, reportedly happened about 2.ICAO The Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme’s (USOAP) Continuous Monitoring Approach (CMA) is the programme of ICAO to promote global aviation safety via regular auditing of contracting States.Participants at the workshop Executive Director, Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), Yunusa Zakari Yau, has stressed the need for journalists to uphold ethics of the profession when reporting corruption in the age of information disorder, which he identified as: mis-information, dis-information and mal-information.Being models of virtues, Lagos State Missioner of Ansarul Deen Society, Imaam Zakariyah Thanni, said, is a strong and potent weapon for moral rectitude in a society bedeviled by morally offensive behaviour and cultural perversions.

00p.m. Musa Nuhu, at the opening of training programme for the League of Aviation and Airport Correspondents (LAAC), ongoing at the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT), Zaria, said preparations were in top gear and Nigeria is sure to retain its safety status. Two injured persons were said to be receiving treatment at an undisclosed hospital. Others were Corruption in public procurement in the civil service: Recommendations for improvement; How electoral fraud undermines leadership recruitment process in Nigeria; Conflict of interest and other Banana Peels that undermine equity; Open-source intelligence (OSINT); Security and safety for journalists reporting corruption and Review of high profile cases of corruption in Nigeria. ALSO, former Commissioner of Justice and Attorney General of Kaduna State, Rabo Barde, has died at the age of 72 years, while recovering from an ailment, according to the family.” The DG, who was represented by the Assistant General Manager in the Directorate of Air Transport Regulations (DATR) of Kaduna Regional Office of NCAA, Lulufa Vongtau, rallied all the media stakeholders behind the progamme. Major Livinus Sambo (rtd), who announced the passing, on behalf of the family, in Kaduna, yesterday, stated: “The deceased died peacefully in his bed while recovering from an ailment on January 03, 2022. Virtues expected of good and religious women include fidelity, humility, hard work truthfulness and courtesy/self-respect, among others.

” Five children and four grandchildren survived Barde, a former legal adviser of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Let us eschew sensationalism that is capable of putting the nation in a bad light. Fake news, he said, places two challenges on journalists: First, he argued that unless journalists do their work diligently, their reports on corruption could easily be dismissed as fake news. KWARA State Police Command has dispelled a report that the state has become haven for bandits. The Commissioner of Police, Mr. It is my view that your watchdog role plays a very important part in fostering stability in the industry. Tuesday Assayomo, said in Ilorin, yesterday, that the report was misleading and sensational, warning against such in future. This is because if they fall for fake news, people can no longer trust their reports. He told the command’s spokesman, Ajayi Okasanmi that the report smacked of professionalism, thus could throw many innocent citizens in the state off balance. Let us present our aviation industry as the most improved that it is. “I have watched and monitored your trajectory as you navigated through life from the gait, immaculate, beautiful, talented and humble young lady that you were then in the 1960s.

GOVERNOR Babagana Zulum of Borno State has urged United Nations (UN) agencies and development partners to allow the state lead in the humanitarian intervention and assistance to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). According to him, the over 1. Expectedly, our coast of surveillance programme and other oversight responsibilities as the regulator of the industry have increased correspondingly,” he said.” According to Yau, the implication of reporting corruption carelessly using fake news will not only cause serious damage to the efforts to rid the country of graft but would also lead to setback .7 million IDPs will not be allowed to continue depending on handouts. WORRIED by insecurity in the Northern part of the country, Northern leaders have resolved to convene a meeting in Kaduna, tomorrow, with various groups in the North. In this article. The meeting, scheduled to hold at Arewa House in Kaduna and tagged ‘Meeting of Northern Leaders of Thought’ is expected to bring together the Northern Elders Forum (NEF) and other northern groups. He said social media is replete with fake news of different shades.

In a statement issued, yesterday, in Abuja, the Secretary, Organising Committee, Abdullahi Toro, noted that the date of the meeting coincided with the day Sir Ahmadu Bello was killed by the military. In this article .