Tags : Borno

North-East Loses $6.9 billion To Insecurity

The Borno State Governor, Babagana Zulum has placed  the total losses suffered by the North East as a result of terrorism at about $6.9 billion. Zulum said the losses so far included over 5000 destroyed classrooms, 900,000 homes burnt beyond repairs, 713 damaged energy distribution sources, as well as 1600 destroyed public water sources, among […]Read More

Borno, Osun, Kogi Lead Dirtiest States In Nigeria

Borno, Osun and Kogi have emerged as the top three dirtiest in Nigeria with cleanliness performance index ratings of 12 per cent, 13 per cent and 14 per cent. According to a new report, no fewer than 172.7 million Nigerians are living in an unclean environment. Clean-Up Nigeria, an international non-governmental organisation with consultative status […]Read More

Borno Generates N8.02bn In Five Months

Between January and May this year, the Borno Internal Revenue Service (BO-IRS) generated N8.02 billion. BO-IRS Chairman Mohammed Alkali, who disclosed this, said the figure was the “highest revenue ever generated by the service in history for January-May.” Earlier in April, the service disclosed that it “collected N4,296,859,669.2 between January and March 2021 despite the […]Read More

3.9M COVAX: Abia, Ebonyi, Borno, Kaduna Receive Vaccine

Four other states have received doses of 3.94 million Oxford AstraZeneca COVID-19 given to Nigeria. The four states got a total number 358, 920 doses of the vaccine– Abia, 61,320; Ebonyi, 42,090; Borno, 75,510; Kaduna, 180,000. The Nigerian government had received 3.94 million COVAX- a vaccine co-led by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, the World Health […]Read More