Abdullahi Adamu, governor of Nasarawa State clocked 60 on Sunday July 23. The anniversary programme provided him an opportunity to speak on national issues at an exclusive interview with a Newswatch team of Tobs Agbaegbu, associate editor and Anza Philip, principal staff writer.
By Tobs Agbaegbu
He has a winning formula which has not failed him during elections since he embraced politics in 1977. He bids his time, weighs his chances and options before finally taking a plunge.
By Gabriel Aboshi
IT is not often that one rolls out the drums to celebrate a birthday, but for a man like Governor Abdullahi Adamu, attaining 60 years of age deserves compliments and celebration.
By Rabiu Abdullahi
He has finally joined the race. It is no longer rumours. Governor Abdullahi Adamu of Nasarawa State is among the aspirants seeking to replace President Olusegun Obasanjo as the next occupant of the Aso Rock Presidential Villa, Abuja, come May 29, 2007.
By Tukura Matthew
Nasarawa State Governor, Alhaji Abdullahi Adamu, has charged the judiciary to handle all cases before it with fairness, honesty and diligence.
JOS - The presidential aspiration of Governor Abdullahi Adamu of Nasarawa state has received a boost following expressions of support from many groups within and outside his state, even as pressures mount on him to make a public declaration.
By Mike Ebonugwo
A new chapter of hope opens for Nigerian children next week as the national school feeding programme kicks off in Nasarawa State. But how far can the programme go in meeting the needs of the average school pupils who are endangered by malnutrition? Mike Ebonugwo reports.
By Tobs Agbaegbu
The people of Nasarawa State resolve to back Abdullahi Adamu for presidency and urge him to enter the race.