Kaduna is the state capital of Kaduna State in north-western Nigeria, on the Kaduna River, is a trade center and a major transportation hub for the surrounding agricultural areas with its rail and road junction. The population of Kaduna was at 760,084 as of the 2006 Nigerian census, and this is believed to have grown to over 1.8 million as of 2013. The symbol of Kaduna is the crocodile, called kada in the native Hausa language.
Idris Kemmas writes that Governor Uba Sani of Kaduna state has embarked on viable plans and projects aimed at taking the state to greater heights. On May 29, 2023, Kaduna State like many other states in the Nigerian federation witnessed a change of guard as a new governor took the oath of office and assumed the mantle of leadership.
“The suspect, who confessed to the crime led troops to a concealed factory where arms of different calibre were sold by another miscreant identified as Monday Dunia, who confessed to have been in the business for more than five years fueling the crisis in Kaduna and neighbouring Plateau States,” it said.
The governor while commending the Embassy of Qatar in Nigeria and the Qatari Sanabil Project, said the Economic City will provide world class infrastructure and make Kaduna a reference point in modern and affordable accommodation, with adequate security and a conducive atmosphere for business activities.
Business. ... namely finance and manufacturing seem to have found their way into the operations of poultry business in virtually all the regions of the country ... But the sector, which contributes nine to 10 per cent to the GDP, has struggled in the last three years and many operators have abandoned their businesses due to high costs.
We want to create a business cluster that will drive competition in the Northern Region... Located at Millennium City, Kaduna, the Economic City, when completed, will provide world class infrastructure and make Kaduna a reference point in modern and affordable accommodation, adequate security and conducive atmosphere for business activities.
The IITA project is for young people between the ages of 18 and 35 years living in Lagos, Kano, and Kaduna. This training focuses on agribusiness development that will provide young people an opportunity to grow their businesses through coaching and mentoring while they learn modern farming and value addition techniques.
Protesters also marched in the northern cities of Kano and Kaduna. But elsewhere in the country, most businesses remained open ... In Lagos, businesses were open, including the branches of supermarket chains Pick n Pay and Shoprite ... their business, haggling with customers over prices.
Governor of KadunaState, Senator Uba Sani has donated 50% of his salary to a special Trust Fund for the poor, underserved and vulnerable in Kaduna State... Those who made it to the cabinet were considered based on their proven track records, skills and competences, as well as dedication and commitment to the service of Kaduna State.”.
Nigeria..Introduction ...Ethnic Conflicts and Nigeria (Continues) ... Now, they are regularly accused of being involved in the booming kidnapping business. It’s hard to dismiss this accusation because of testimonies of countless victims on the Abuja-KadunaExpressway and other parts of the country, as to the ethnicity of their captors ... .