• NIGERIA: KADUNA: CALM AFTER RELIGIOUS RIOTS

    English/Nat Calm has returned to the streets of Kaduna following the religious riots which killed hundreds earlier this week. Both the Muslim and Christian communities must now count the cost of the death and destruction that exploded after the proposal to introduce Islamic law to the state. Several churches, cars and buildings were burned down in the violence which erupted on Monday morning during a demonstration by local Christians against a proposal to bring Islamic law, or Sharia, to Kaduna state. The clashes which continued into Tuesday caused the killing of more than 200 people in Kaduna. SOUNDBITE: (English) "So when I turned around, before I could have realised, I had a hit on my head by a very long knife. And they are telling me that I should say Allah Akbar (Arab...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Legal Argument , Kaduna

    Lawyers arguing a point of Law.

    published: 21 Jan 2014
  • Road Users Speak On Traffic Law In Kaduna State

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    published: 27 Jul 2016
  • Lucky OBASUYI: Discussing Youth, Politics & The Law (DITV Kaduna, NIG.)

    CHALLENGING YOUTH PARTICIPATION IN NIGERIA POLITICS.

    published: 16 Nov 2015
  • FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: KADUNA ASSEMBLY PASS DISCIPLINE BILL INTO LAW

    published: 13 Apr 2016
  • El-Rufai's Speech At 2017 Kaduna State Investment Summit Pt 1

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    published: 05 Apr 2017
  • INSECURITY IN KADUNA:LEGAL PRACTITIONER TASKS SECURITY AGENCIES TO BE MORE PROACTIVE

    published: 23 Nov 2016
  • Kaduna Police Commissioner speaks on Southern Kaduna crisis and German Archaeologists kidnap

    published: 23 Feb 2017
  • NIGERIA: KADUNA: RELIGIOUS RIOTS AFTERMATH

    Natural Sound Calm has returned to the streets of Kaduna following the religious riots which killed hundreds earlier this week as army took control over the devastated Nigerian town. Both the Muslim and Christian communities must now count the cost of the death and destruction that exploded after the proposal to introduce Islamic law to the state. Nigerian troops took control over the town of Kaduna in an attempt to restore public order after the week of ethnic violence. Several churches and lots of cars and buildings were burned down in the violence which erupted on Monday morning during a demonstration by local Christians against a proposal to bring Islamic law, or Sharia, to Kaduna state. The clashes which continued into Tuesday left more than 200 people dead in Kaduna. ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Kaduna Airport Operations: Passengers Lament Inconvenience Of Inter City Connection

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    published: 11 Mar 2017
  • Abuja Airport Closure: Osinbajo inspects Kaduna airport

    The Acting President Yemi Osinbajo on Friday arrived Kaduna State capital this afternoon on official visit and was received by Governor Nasir El-Rufai. Osinbajo, who was companied by Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Rotimi Ameachi, Minister of Transportation and other government functionaries touched down at 12:21 noon and begun inspection of the Kaduna International Airport which would start receiving foreign airlines following the closure of Abuja International Airport for repair. The Acting President was taken round by Governor El-Rufai and Federal Airport Authorities to access the level of readiness for flights diversion at the airport. Osinbajo would also inspect Abuja -Rigasa Railway terminal link road to the airport constructed by Kaduna State Governor...

    published: 03 Mar 2017
  • NIGERIA: KADUNA: VIOLENCE AFTERMATH

    English/Nat Areas of Kaduna lie in ruins - with bodies lying in the street around them everything destroyed. Soldiers patrol the area, which lies empty, houses are burnt and people have fled for their lives. A week after Kaduna's violence ended, Rigasa has been left to the corpses. The bodies in the streets are reminders of distrust twisted into obscene bigotry. On February 21, the 5-thousand residents of Rigasa, a working-class neighbourhood on the edge of this northern Nigerian city, saw their world explode when Christians and Muslims went to war. Across Kaduna, neighbours turned against neighbours, butchering men, burning buildings, forcing women and children to flee. At least 300 are dead, though some officials put the number at more than 2-thousand. If any ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Abuja, Kaduna Airport Operations: Passengers Express Mixed Feelings Over Diversion

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    published: 09 Mar 2017
  • Apostle Suleman Has Cursed The Governor Of Kaduna State

    Apostle Suleman Has Cursed The Governor Of Kaduna State. Nigeria Is A Country Where A Sitting Governor Can Just Wake Up One Morning And Decided To Impose A Law Against Christians In The Northern Nigeria Restricting Them Freedom Of Worship To God As Their Faith Believes, To Me Nigeria Is A ZOO.

    published: 13 Mar 2016
  • KADUNA GOVERNOR CRASH TB JOSHUA PROPHECY YouTube

    The Death of Governor Patrick Ibrahim Yakowa of kaduna state

    published: 19 Dec 2012
  • Kaduna State Joint Task Force Arrests People With Illicit Drugs

    combined team of officers from the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Army, Air Force and Civil Defence Corps today raided Sabon Tasha and Kawo areas, a suburb for notorious criminals' hideout in the Kaduna state capital. The operation which lasted many hours, led to the arrest of 50 suspected drug addicts and over one hundred addicts as well as seizure of various kilogrammes of narcotics such as cannabis, cocaine and heroin. For more information, visit www.channelstv.com

    published: 08 Mar 2014
NIGERIA: KADUNA: CALM AFTER RELIGIOUS RIOTS

NIGERIA: KADUNA: CALM AFTER RELIGIOUS RIOTS

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English/Nat Calm has returned to the streets of Kaduna following the religious riots which killed hundreds earlier this week. Both the Muslim and Christian communities must now count the cost of the death and destruction that exploded after the proposal to introduce Islamic law to the state. Several churches, cars and buildings were burned down in the violence which erupted on Monday morning during a demonstration by local Christians against a proposal to bring Islamic law, or Sharia, to Kaduna state. The clashes which continued into Tuesday caused the killing of more than 200 people in Kaduna. SOUNDBITE: (English) "So when I turned around, before I could have realised, I had a hit on my head by a very long knife. And they are telling me that I should say Allah Akbar (Arabic for God is greater), that I should confess. Am I Christian? I said I am a Christian, I should confess that Allah Akbar." SUPER CAPTION: Peter Tanto, survivor Although sporadic violence continued in outlying areas and in the neighbouring towns of Kafanchan and Zaria, an uneasy calm was restored as the Government imposed a curfew on the state. In his first comments since the clashes, Nigeria's President called certain aspects of Islamic law unconstitutional, saying that practices like cutting off a thief's hand or stoning an adulterer contravene Nigerian law. While refugees started trickling back into Kaduna on Friday, hundreds more crowded into the safety of army camps and hotel courtyards, or carried suitcases and buckets and bundles of clothes as they fled town. Christian and Muslim leaders have promised to work together to restore peace and were meeting in search of ways to prevent future violence. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1c9ed7e89ef956e6e796c8736fcffd8e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Legal Argument , Kaduna

Legal Argument , Kaduna

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Lawyers arguing a point of Law.
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Road Users Speak On Traffic Law In Kaduna State

Road Users Speak On Traffic Law In Kaduna State

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  • Updated: 27 Jul 2016
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Lucky OBASUYI: Discussing Youth, Politics & The Law (DITV Kaduna, NIG.)

Lucky OBASUYI: Discussing Youth, Politics & The Law (DITV Kaduna, NIG.)

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CHALLENGING YOUTH PARTICIPATION IN NIGERIA POLITICS.
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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: KADUNA ASSEMBLY PASS DISCIPLINE BILL INTO LAW

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: KADUNA ASSEMBLY PASS DISCIPLINE BILL INTO LAW

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El-Rufai's Speech At 2017 Kaduna State Investment Summit Pt 1

El-Rufai's Speech At 2017 Kaduna State Investment Summit Pt 1

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  • Updated: 05 Apr 2017
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INSECURITY IN KADUNA:LEGAL PRACTITIONER TASKS SECURITY AGENCIES TO BE MORE PROACTIVE

INSECURITY IN KADUNA:LEGAL PRACTITIONER TASKS SECURITY AGENCIES TO BE MORE PROACTIVE

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  • Updated: 23 Nov 2016
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Kaduna Police Commissioner speaks on Southern Kaduna crisis and German Archaeologists kidnap

Kaduna Police Commissioner speaks on Southern Kaduna crisis and German Archaeologists kidnap

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NIGERIA: KADUNA: RELIGIOUS RIOTS AFTERMATH

NIGERIA: KADUNA: RELIGIOUS RIOTS AFTERMATH

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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Natural Sound Calm has returned to the streets of Kaduna following the religious riots which killed hundreds earlier this week as army took control over the devastated Nigerian town. Both the Muslim and Christian communities must now count the cost of the death and destruction that exploded after the proposal to introduce Islamic law to the state. Nigerian troops took control over the town of Kaduna in an attempt to restore public order after the week of ethnic violence. Several churches and lots of cars and buildings were burned down in the violence which erupted on Monday morning during a demonstration by local Christians against a proposal to bring Islamic law, or Sharia, to Kaduna state. The clashes which continued into Tuesday left more than 200 people dead in Kaduna. Although sporadic violence continued in outlying areas and in the neighbouring towns of Kafanchan and Zaria, an uneasy calm was restored as the Nigerian Government imposed a state wide curfew. In his first comments since the clashes, Nigeria's President Osabanjo called certain aspects of Islamic law unconstitutional, saying that practices like cutting off a thief's hand or stoning an adulterer contravene Nigerian law. While refugees started trickling back into Kaduna on Friday, hundreds more crowded into the safety of army camps and hotel courtyards, or carried suitcases and buckets and bundles of clothes as they fled town. Christian and Muslim leaders have promised to work together to restore peace and were meeting to search for ways to prevent future violence. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e24a481d83e433e998b9f10fce7b645c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Kaduna Airport Operations: Passengers Lament Inconvenience Of Inter City Connection

Kaduna Airport Operations: Passengers Lament Inconvenience Of Inter City Connection

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Abuja Airport Closure: Osinbajo inspects Kaduna airport

Abuja Airport Closure: Osinbajo inspects Kaduna airport

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  • Updated: 03 Mar 2017
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The Acting President Yemi Osinbajo on Friday arrived Kaduna State capital this afternoon on official visit and was received by Governor Nasir El-Rufai. Osinbajo, who was companied by Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Rotimi Ameachi, Minister of Transportation and other government functionaries touched down at 12:21 noon and begun inspection of the Kaduna International Airport which would start receiving foreign airlines following the closure of Abuja International Airport for repair. The Acting President was taken round by Governor El-Rufai and Federal Airport Authorities to access the level of readiness for flights diversion at the airport. Osinbajo would also inspect Abuja -Rigasa Railway terminal link road to the airport constructed by Kaduna State Governor in less than one months.
https://wn.com/Abuja_Airport_Closure_Osinbajo_Inspects_Kaduna_Airport
NIGERIA: KADUNA: VIOLENCE AFTERMATH

NIGERIA: KADUNA: VIOLENCE AFTERMATH

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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English/Nat Areas of Kaduna lie in ruins - with bodies lying in the street around them everything destroyed. Soldiers patrol the area, which lies empty, houses are burnt and people have fled for their lives. A week after Kaduna's violence ended, Rigasa has been left to the corpses. The bodies in the streets are reminders of distrust twisted into obscene bigotry. On February 21, the 5-thousand residents of Rigasa, a working-class neighbourhood on the edge of this northern Nigerian city, saw their world explode when Christians and Muslims went to war. Across Kaduna, neighbours turned against neighbours, butchering men, burning buildings, forcing women and children to flee. At least 300 are dead, though some officials put the number at more than 2-thousand. If any side "won" the war - ignited by a proposal to bring Sharia, or Islamic law, to Kaduna state - it remains unclear. For Nigeria, though, the calls for Sharia across the largely Muslim North, and the virulent Christian opposition, could become a nationwide disaster in a country already riven with ethnic and religious violence. The violence began during a Christian protest against Sharia. Rigasa's residents, nearly all Christians, had gone downtown to join the demonstration. It quickly turned violent. Within hours, fist fights escalated into gun battles. Entire city blocks burned. People were doused with gasoline and set ablaze as Kaduna's Christians and Muslims battled one another. In Rigasa things were even worse. After fighting their way home though Muslim neighborhoods, Rigasa's Christians found themselves surrounded. Hundreds of attackers moved in from surrounding neighborhoods. Then looting, burning and slayings began. But the fighting was not merely religious. The anger and distrust is linked to Nigeria's ethnic and geographic divisions: Muslims are overwhelmingly Hausas or Fulanis from the North, while most Christians are southerners of other ethnicities. All are united in a nation cobbled together by British colonisers. Some also see Sharia as a way for Hausa northerners to reassert their influence, which has waned since military rule ended last year. Calls for Sharia are cascading across northern Nigeria. Despite the violence in Kaduna, two more states passed Sharia bills last week; others plan to follow. In Rigasa, Muslims turned on Christians. But in Kaduna, plenty of Christians slaughtered Muslims, residents say. SOUNDBITE: (English) "When I tried to save our lives, some jumped out. Then I myself don't have anywhere to run to because I used to stay at (local town) Three weeks time we used to go here. And I have the determination instead of them to kill me, let them firebomb me. Then I entered (location in house) they come, they put fire to the house that I am staying and went away." SUPER CAPTION: Joseph Eday, burns victim SOUNDBITE: (English) "Our problem here is the introduction of Islamic law they call Sharia. I feel personally that Christians and the Muslims can live in peace without having any problems." SUPER CAPTION: Michael Akpabio Nsobom, Executive Chairman of Nigerian Air Force Club hotel You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e59bfceb3020f189263500f79bf0592a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Abuja, Kaduna Airport Operations:  Passengers Express Mixed Feelings Over Diversion

Abuja, Kaduna Airport Operations: Passengers Express Mixed Feelings Over Diversion

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Apostle Suleman Has Cursed The Governor Of Kaduna State

Apostle Suleman Has Cursed The Governor Of Kaduna State

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Apostle Suleman Has Cursed The Governor Of Kaduna State. Nigeria Is A Country Where A Sitting Governor Can Just Wake Up One Morning And Decided To Impose A Law Against Christians In The Northern Nigeria Restricting Them Freedom Of Worship To God As Their Faith Believes, To Me Nigeria Is A ZOO.
https://wn.com/Apostle_Suleman_Has_Cursed_The_Governor_Of_Kaduna_State
KADUNA GOVERNOR CRASH   TB JOSHUA PROPHECY   YouTube

KADUNA GOVERNOR CRASH TB JOSHUA PROPHECY YouTube

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  • Updated: 19 Dec 2012
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The Death of Governor Patrick Ibrahim Yakowa of kaduna state
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Kaduna State Joint Task Force Arrests People With Illicit Drugs

Kaduna State Joint Task Force Arrests People With Illicit Drugs

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  • Updated: 08 Mar 2014
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combined team of officers from the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Army, Air Force and Civil Defence Corps today raided Sabon Tasha and Kawo areas, a suburb for notorious criminals' hideout in the Kaduna state capital. The operation which lasted many hours, led to the arrest of 50 suspected drug addicts and over one hundred addicts as well as seizure of various kilogrammes of narcotics such as cannabis, cocaine and heroin. For more information, visit www.channelstv.com
https://wn.com/Kaduna_State_Joint_Task_Force_Arrests_People_With_Illicit_Drugs
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