Katsina State & Leadership Newspapers

Katsina State is a state in northern Nigeria. Its capital is Katsina, and its governor is Ibrahim Shema, a member of the People's Democratic Party. 2.0/5

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Leadership Newspapers shared the following link: fewer than 66 passengers were killed in 54 road accidents that occurred in Katsina State between November and December last year, state command of Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) has said.
Leadership Newspapers shared the following link: Raw Materials Research and Development Council (RMRDC) says they intend to partner the Katsina State government on the mass growing and production of the popular health plant, Moringa Oleifera.
Leadership Newspapers shared the following link: may not be the best of times for some members of the Katsina State Shariah Court in Mani as the state Grand Khadi, Shehu Mu’azu Danmusa has directed them to report to his office over truancy.
Leadership Newspapers shared the following link:Ibrahim Shema of Katsina State, Tuesday announced the revival of the Agricultural Marketing Board as part of measures to boost agricultural productivity.
Leadership Newspapers shared the following link: in 1987, Katsina state has witnessed mixed development occasioned by many new ideas, some palatable, some detestable and others transformative.
Leadership Newspapers shared the following link: wife of the Katsina State governor, Hajiya Fatima Shema, has denied media report that she ordered the sack of a supervisory councillor for water and sanitation in Matazu Local Government Area (
Leadership Newspapers shared the following link: Katsina open air theatre, located in the ever busy Katsina-Jibiya road, which incidentally is the road that links Katsina state with neighbouring Niger republic is the venue for different t
Leadership Newspapers shared the following link: early morning fire, which started at about 4 a.m. has razed the 95-year-old Muhammadu Buhari Primary School, Daura in Katsina State.
Leadership Newspapers shared the following link: consumers in Katsina State are yet to pay PHCN about N2 billion, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
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