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Taraba State was created on August 27th, 1991 out of the defunct Gongola State. Aptly christened ‘Nature’s Gift to the Nation’, Taraba State is a reservoir of natural resources capable of promoting the storied greatness of the nation if carefully harnessed. Its vast natural potentials can be classified under agriculture, mineral deposit and tourism.
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Emmanuel Bello. Adjudged to be one of the best in the history [...]
The National Chairman of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, [...]
Johannes Jigem is the Taraba state Commissioner of Education. He is supervising [...]
Taraba state has the lowest debt among the entire states in Nigeria [...]
By Emmanuel Bello. Winning two fierce by-elections battles back to back [...]
Those who have an interest in taking stock would not miss the [...]
Religion, as an institution of the society is supposed to be a [...]
The Executive Secretary of Taraba State Primary Health Care Development Agency, Alhaji [...]
Taraba State under the Governor Darius Ishaku's administration has not been [...]
The Taraba State Government has condemned the recent misguided outbursts of Bobboi [...]
It was a gathering of the highly placed in the State [...]
Governor Darius Ishaku has advised Tarabans to cultivate and show behaviours that [...]
Executive Secretary, Taraba State Post Primary Education Board, Mr. David Mailafiya [...]
Governor of Taraba State, Darius Ishaku, has congratulated Atiku Abubakar for emerging [...]
This administration has been able to achieve a lot in various sectors of the state. Nearly every Ministry, Parastatal and Local Government Area has had a rescue touch.
Tarabans are proud of their heritage. To keep it alive, they regularly celebrate festivals to mark various events like harvest, planting, fishing, coronations, hunting, and others.