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Kebbi

(ˈkɛbɪ)
n
(Placename) a state of Nigeria, in the NW. Capital: Birnin-Kebbi. Pop: 3 238 628(2006). Area: 36 800 sq km (14 208 sq miles)
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While briefing the governor earlier, the Zonal Commander of the Federal Fire Service Sokoto, Alh Bello Aliyu Zagga said the federal government has allocated four fire-fighting vehicles to the zone two for Sokoto, one each for Kebbi and Zamfara States.
Summary: Koko [Nigeria], Oct 3 (ANI/NAN): An 18-year-old boy was killed in Koko village in Kebbi state of north western Nigeria when the boy, riding a motorcycle without light, collided with a camel on a highway.
lineup," stated Ziad Kebbi, the CEO Talpa Middle East.
Lagos, Dhul-Hijjah 25, 1438 H., September 16, 2017, SPA -- More than 50 people were feared killed after a boat capsized in Nigeria's north-western Kebbi State, an official said today.
Chapter six bring to the forefront the economic potentials of Kebbi state and Gwandu emirate.
An additional two 100 MW solar plants are mooted for 2019, located in the Mando area of Kadnuna, and Birnin-Kebbi in Kebbi. All regions selected boast some of the highest irradiation levels in Nigeria.
The projects span three locations, including the Mando area of Kaduna, Birnin-Kebbi in Kebbi and Sokoto in the North-West of Nigeria.
N'DJAMENA: In N'Djamena, like many other regions in Chad (Mandoul, Mayo Kebbi Est, Mayo Kebbi Ouest, Tandjile), classrooms often amount to no more than sheds or structures made of straw.
"The National Campaign to Support the Palestinian People" was announced by Sheikh Zuhair Kebbi, chair of the Dar al-Fatwa Zakat Fund.
Sheikh Zuhair Kebbi, Director of the Zakat (alms) Fund of the Fatwa Authority of Lebanon, said Kuwait has played a major role in helping the Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
We would like to discuss on the publication of the research article, "High prevalence of asymptomatic malaria in apparently healthy schoolchildren in Aliero, Kebbi State, Nigeria" (1).