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    Zenith Bank ATM machines gutted by fire in Kano

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    A one storey building located at Tafawa balewa Road, Kano use by Zenith Bank was raze by fire incident Tuesday.

    The fire outbreak which started around 12 pm engulfed three ATM Machines in the building as well as slightly affecting another three set of the ATM Machines.

    Men of the state fire service successfully control the situation.

    Cause of the incident, according to the state fire service public relations officer, Saminu Yusuf Abdullahi was suspected electric spark from the ATM machines. 

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    1. Bello Gidado

      March 14, 2023 at 10:40 pm

      Really enjoyed your stories

      • Sani Muhammad Sani

        March 27, 2023 at 7:03 am

        Thank you do much

      • Sani Muhammad Sani

        March 27, 2023 at 7:03 am

        Thank you so much

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    Chamama Real Estate and Property: Built on Integrity, Dedicated to Excellence

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    In a world where trust is hard to come by, Chamama Real Estate and Property stands out as a shining example of integrity, honesty, and hard work. With a commitment to transparency and customer satisfaction, Chamama has established itself as a leader in the property market, under the visionary leadership of Chairman Alhaji Dauda Isma’il Mameh.

    Chamama real estate and properties limited’s dedication to integrity is reflected in every aspect of its operations. From property sales to rentals and management, the company’s team of experts works tirelessly to ensure that clients receive exceptional services that exceed their expectations.

    With a customer-centric approach, Chamama prioritizes the needs and goals of its clients, providing personalized solutions that cater to their unique requirements.


    Alhaji Dauda Isma’il Mameh’s leadership has been instrumental in fostering a culture of hard work, innovation, and excellence within the company. His dedication to excellence has earned him recognition as a respected figure in the industry, and his vision for Chamama has created a legacy of trust and reliability.

    At Chamama, we understand that property investments are a significant milestone in one’s life. That’s why we strive to make the process seamless and stress-free, providing guidance and support every step of the way. Our services include:

    – Property Sales: Find your dream home with our extensive portfolio of properties.

    – Rentals: Discover the perfect rental property that suits your needs.

    – Property Management: Let us handle the management of your property, so you can focus on what matters most.

    Join the Chamama family today and experience the difference for yourself. Contact us to discover how we can help you achieve your property goals.

    Email: info@chamama.com
    Phone: +234 08036292970
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    Come and experience the Chamama difference. Let us help you build your dream!

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    Mushroom cultivation can tackle poverty, food insecurity in Nigeria – Don

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    A university don Professor Sami M. Ayodele, has called for the commencement of an elaborate sensitisation of Nigerian citizens on the need to embrace mushroom cultivation as research shows that it can create wealth, alleviate poverty and enhance human health.

    Ayodele, a professor of botany, stated this in Abuja while presenting the National Open University of Nigeria’s 22nd Inaugural Lecture on Thursday.

    Speaking on the topic, “Mushrooms: Friends or Foes,’’ the expert from the Faculty of Science of the university, noted that mushroom stands tall amongst other vegetables due to its high medicinal and nutritional content that can deal with micronutrient malnutrition which is prevalent among the less privileged in the society.

    He said: “The global demand for mushrooms has continued to increase significantly according to the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) report and the market for mushrooms is also huge and growing exponentially.

    Ayodele said if attention is given to mushroom cultivation, it can offer a lot of hope by contributing significantly to the country’s GDP.

    “It is safe to declare that Nigeria can earn as much as 1 trillion naira annually if the sector is properly developed. 

    “The mushroom sub-sector, along the value chain, if properly developed and managed, could provide 30 million skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled jobs for the teeming unemployed graduates, vulnerable youths and women,’’ he said.

    The lecturer, therefore, called for regular conferences and workshops by mushroom scientist to sensitise the Nigerian public about the new trends in mushroom cultivation and its potential for food security.

    Speaking on the plant’s nutritional benefits, Ayodele said mushrooms are rich sources of protein, fibre, vitamins, and carbohydrates, amongst others. 

    Thus, he said, it is suitable for patients with heart disease, hypertension and diabetes.

    On the numerous health benefits of mushrooms, the don also revealed that mushrooms contain special ingredients that help prevent cancer and other life-threatening medical conditions. 

    He added that they can also be used to treat headache, stomach ache, fever, cold, mumps and heart disease.

    According to him, mushrooms play a role in reducing environmental pollution by converting and utilising organic wastes generated through activities of agricultural, forest, and food processing industries.

    The scholar presented a 10-point recommendation in which he called on the Nigerian government to establish national mushroom germplasm centres in different parts of the country where documentation of all available edible and medicinal mushrooms is housed.

    He also recommended the inclusion of mushroom cultivation for entrepreneurial purposes in the educational curriculum in Biological and Agricultural sciences.

    Pharmaceutical industries in Nigeria, according to him, should exploit the medicinal potentials of the bio-diversities of medicinal mushrooms in the country for medicinal formulation.

    On his part, the Vice-Chancellor of NOUN, Prof. Olufemi Peters, commended Ayodele for his erudition and research that will raise more awareness on the immense benefits and value of mushrooms to the economy.

    The Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic, Prof. Uduma Orji Uduma, in his vote of thanks, congratulated the lecturer and thanked the university community for coming out in huge numbers for the inaugural lecture.

    The lecture attracted the lecturer’s family and friends, traditional rulers, colleagues and well-wishers.

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    AGAING. Triple fire incident razes 47 shops, business premises in Kano

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    About forty seven business shops and an area of  500 X 300 feets use as a tomatoes seasonal market and business premises 

    were razed in triple fire incident in the three local government areas of Bichi, Sumaila and Bagwai in Kano State Tuesday.

    The fire in Bichi started around 5:20 which engulfed forty tomatoes huts was successfully extinguished by the men of the state fire service.

    Also the fire outbreak at Dan Dabino Tomatoes Market Bagwai local governments area was effectively extinguished and dismal it’s escalation by the state fire fighters and saved about twenty Permanent shops, one event center and a vehicles that was parked within the affected area. 

    Cause of the incident according to the state fire service was careless use of naked fire around the market which started from one hut to the other.

    The Sumaila fire incident which gulped about seven shops started about 7:20 pm at a one storey building of about 100 X 40 feets that is use as a business premises.

    Cause of the fire incident was electric sparks from the electrical appliances in a phone accesocery shop.

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