Kaduna

What is Kaduna known for?


Buenos+Aires+Argentina

Andes , Chile Buenos Aires, Argentina (Sevel (Sevel Argentina S.A.)) Kaduna, Nigeria Mombasa, Kenya Thames, New Zealand Melbourne, Australia La Marsa, Tunisia (STAFIM (:de:Société Tunisienne Automobile Financière Immobilière et Maritime)) related Early career Kaduna College originally was created to be a teachers training school. There were few high level civil service


Riot

; ref Religious strife Due to its religious makeup, Kaduna has been the scene of religious tension between Muslims (Islam in Nigeria) and Christians (Christianity in Nigeria), particularly over the implementation of shari'a law in Kaduna State beginning in 2001. In February 2000, approximately 1,000 people were killed in a riot. The city remains segregated to this day, with Muslims living mainly in the north and Christians in the south.<

marrying one of its contestants. A massive riot ensued. Churches were among the most frequently attacked targets: More than 20 were burned by Muslims. In retaliation, Christians burned eight mosques. Several hotels were also burned. The city suffered widespread damage, and 11,000 people were left homeless. In particular, the local offices of the newspaper that had published the offending article were torched. As a result, thousands of civilians fled the city to escape. Civil unrest soon spread

to the capital, Abuja. After four days of rioting, Nigerian security forces quelled the riots and arrested hundreds of rioters. A temporary curfew was imposed, although individual killings continued. 215 bodies were counted on the streets or in morgues, while some others were buried by their families. 1,000 people were wounded. The funerals of many of the victims took place shortly after the riot ended. Muslim rioters were tried in Sharia courts, while Christian rioters were tried


live album

was relocated to London at the Alexandra Palace. The Strokes recorded a live performance at Alexandra Palace on 5 December 2003, this performance was to be released in the form of a live album, but the idea was scrapped. Travis (Travis (band)) played Ally Pally on 20 December 2003, the footage of which was used for their live DVD titled 'Travis - At The Palace'. *Lugard Avenue Ikoyi Lagos, Nigeria *Lugard Hall, Kaduna, Nigeria. Currently used by Kaduna State House of Assembly *Lugard Avenue Entebbe, Uganda birth_place Kaduna, Nigeria, Africa death_date DATE OF BIRTH 10 October 1956 PLACE OF BIRTH Kaduna, Nigeria DATE OF DEATH Three of the founders of the ACD, Alhaji Lawal Kaita, Alhaji Bashir Dalhatu and Audu Ogbeh, are former PDP politicians, and have complained of harassment and detention by the government since the ACD's founding. Advanced Congress Of Democrats (ACD) Address - Nairaland In March, ACD chair Alhaji Lawal Kaita, the former PDP governor of Kaduna state was detained shortly after a party rally was shut down by police in Dutse, Jigawa State. His secondary education at Holy Family College, Abak, was interrupted by the Nigerian Civil War. After the war, he studied at various schools, completing his education at Federal Government College, Enugu. He joined the Nigerian Air Force and undertook basic military training at the Nigerian Defense Academy, Kaduna. On graduation he was assigned to the Flying Wing of Nigeria Air Force Base, Kaduna, for primary flying training, and then went to the United Kingdom for further training at the College of Air Training, Hamble (Hamble-le-Rice). Emmanuel Ukaegbu was commissioned to the rank of pilot officer, and shortly after went to the United States for courses in San Antonio, Texas, Sacramento, California, and Little Rock, Arkansas.


political events

birth_place Kaduna, Nigeria, Africa death_date DATE OF BIRTH 10 October 1956 PLACE OF BIRTH Kaduna, Nigeria DATE OF DEATH Three of the founders of the ACD, Alhaji Lawal Kaita, Alhaji Bashir Dalhatu and Audu Ogbeh, are former PDP politicians, and have complained of harassment and detention by the government since the ACD's founding. Advanced Congress Of Democrats (ACD) Address - Nairaland In March, ACD chair Alhaji Lawal Kaita, the former PDP governor of Kaduna state was detained shortly after a party rally was shut down by police in Dutse, Jigawa State. His secondary education at Holy Family College, Abak, was interrupted by the Nigerian Civil War. After the war, he studied at various schools, completing his education at Federal Government College, Enugu. He joined the Nigerian Air Force and undertook basic military training at the Nigerian Defense Academy, Kaduna. On graduation he was assigned to the Flying Wing of Nigeria Air Force Base, Kaduna, for primary flying training, and then went to the United Kingdom for further training at the College of Air Training, Hamble (Hamble-le-Rice). Emmanuel Ukaegbu was commissioned to the rank of pilot officer, and shortly after went to the United States for courses in San Antonio, Texas, Sacramento, California, and Little Rock, Arkansas.


title legal

Ọbasanjọ was born in Ogun State (Ogun State, Nigeria); Hamilton, Janice. ''Nigeria in Pictures''. Page 71 and grew up in Owu (Abeokuta). He enlisted in the Nigerian Army in 1958. His


manufacturing products

, Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, Zaria, Nigerian Institute for Trypanosomiasis Research (1951) and the Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology. Essence International School, Imperial School and Zamani College are located in Kaduna. Economy and transport Kaduna is an industrial center of Northern Nigeria, manufacturing products like textiles, machinery, steel, aluminum, petroleum products and bearings (Bearing (mechanical)). Pottery


live performance

was relocated to London at the Alexandra Palace. The Strokes recorded a live performance at Alexandra Palace on 5 December 2003, this performance was to be released in the form of a live album, but the idea was scrapped. Travis (Travis (band)) played Ally Pally on 20 December 2003, the footage of which was used for their live DVD titled 'Travis - At The Palace'. *Lugard Avenue Ikoyi Lagos, Nigeria *Lugard Hall, Kaduna, Nigeria. Currently used by Kaduna State House of Assembly


large family

. Personal life Babangida, sometimes nicknamed "TJ", was born into a large family in the city of Kaduna in 1970. He is married to Rabah, the sister of Daniel Amokachi's wife. Two of his nine brothers, Ibrahim (Ibrahim Babangida (footballer)) and Haruna (Haruna Babangida) are also footballers. birth_place Kaduna, Nigeria, Africa death_date DATE OF BIRTH 10 October 1956 PLACE OF BIRTH Kaduna, Nigeria DATE OF DEATH Three of the founders of the ACD, Alhaji Lawal Kaita, Alhaji Bashir Dalhatu and Audu Ogbeh, are former PDP politicians, and have complained of harassment and detention by the government since the ACD's founding. Advanced Congress Of Democrats (ACD) Address - Nairaland In March, ACD chair Alhaji Lawal Kaita, the former PDP governor of Kaduna state was detained shortly after a party rally was shut down by police in Dutse, Jigawa State. His secondary education at Holy Family College, Abak, was interrupted by the Nigerian Civil War. After the war, he studied at various schools, completing his education at Federal Government College, Enugu. He joined the Nigerian Air Force and undertook basic military training at the Nigerian Defense Academy, Kaduna. On graduation he was assigned to the Flying Wing of Nigeria Air Force Base, Kaduna, for primary flying training, and then went to the United Kingdom for further training at the College of Air Training, Hamble (Hamble-le-Rice). Emmanuel Ukaegbu was commissioned to the rank of pilot officer, and shortly after went to the United States for courses in San Antonio, Texas, Sacramento, California, and Little Rock, Arkansas.


architecture year

Cruickshank title Sir Banister Fletcher's a History of Architecture year 1996 chapter Africa publisher Architectural Press isbn 0-7506-2267-9 page 1466 It retained this status until 1967. Persons hailing from Kaduna include Efe Ambrose, Emmanuel Babayaro, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab ("the underwear bomber"), Celestine Babayaro(Nigerian footballers) and Fiona Fullerton (British actress and former Bond girl). The Nigerian Islamic umbrella


military training

the South African backed RENAMO guerrillas. Although officially denied by the Nigerian government, Nigeria is known to have also provided secret military training at the Kaduna first mechanized army division and provided other material support to Joshua Nkomo and Robert Mugabe's guerrilla forces during the Rhodesian Bush War(Renamed Zimbabwe in 1979) of independence against white minority rule of Prime Minister Ian Douglas Smith which was armed and financed by the regime in South Africa. - KAD DNKA Kaduna Airport Kaduna, Nigeria - thumb left The Darkness performing at Alexandra Palace on 7 February 2006. (File:darkness live.jpg) The 60th edition of the Miss World (Miss World 2002) pageant was held in the palace on 7 December 2002. The pageant was initially slated for Abuja, Nigeria but due to conflict in the city of Kaduna arising from a publication of an article in a Lagos- based newspaper, the pageant was relocated to London at the Alexandra Palace. The Strokes recorded a live performance at Alexandra Palace on 5 December 2003, this performance was to be released in the form of a live album, but the idea was scrapped. Travis (Travis (band)) played Ally Pally on 20 December 2003, the footage of which was used for their live DVD titled 'Travis - At The Palace'. *Lugard Avenue Ikoyi Lagos, Nigeria *Lugard Hall, Kaduna, Nigeria. Currently used by Kaduna State House of Assembly *Lugard Avenue Entebbe, Uganda birth_place Kaduna, Nigeria, Africa death_date DATE OF BIRTH 10 October 1956 PLACE OF BIRTH Kaduna, Nigeria DATE OF DEATH Three of the founders of the ACD, Alhaji Lawal Kaita, Alhaji Bashir Dalhatu and Audu Ogbeh, are former PDP politicians, and have complained of harassment and detention by the government since the ACD's founding. Advanced Congress Of Democrats (ACD) Address - Nairaland In March, ACD chair Alhaji Lawal Kaita, the former PDP governor of Kaduna state was detained shortly after a party rally was shut down by police in Dutse, Jigawa State. His secondary education at Holy Family College, Abak, was interrupted by the Nigerian Civil War. After the war, he studied at various schools, completing his education at Federal Government College, Enugu. He joined the Nigerian Air Force and undertook basic military training at the Nigerian Defense Academy, Kaduna. On graduation he was assigned to the Flying Wing of Nigeria Air Force Base, Kaduna, for primary flying training, and then went to the United Kingdom for further training at the College of Air Training, Hamble (Hamble-le-Rice). Emmanuel Ukaegbu was commissioned to the rank of pilot officer, and shortly after went to the United States for courses in San Antonio, Texas, Sacramento, California, and Little Rock, Arkansas.

Kaduna

'''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. The symbol of Kaduna is the crocodile, called ''kada'' in the native Hausa (Hausa language) language.

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