Category: Enviroment

Abuja’s Murtala Mohammed Way NOT Renamed after Soyinka – FG

  The Federal government Tuesday describes as false news making the rounds that the Federal government has renamed Murtala Muhammed Express Way in Abuja after Nobel...

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Plateau:OPHS arrests 6 bandits, recovers rustled cows and weapons

  A special task force, Operation Safe Haven (OPSH), has arrested six suspected bandits and recovered weapons and 47 rustled cows in Manguna, Bokkos Local...

Flooding:Lagos Residents sends SOS to Lagos govt

Caption:Flooded part of Alimosho area of Lagos Residents of Akowonjo in the Alimosho Local Government Area of Lagos state have lamented the poor drainage system and...

Lambe,Akute, Agbado,Oke Aro,Matogbun roads:Another Hell on Earth

Olayinka Oyegbile,a Senior Journalist/Citizen resident of Alagbado far away from Ogun state neglected border areas,here capture what he saw just on a casual visit. What...

Minning:FG recruits 350 New Marshalls

Photo Caption:The Marshalls on parade The Federal government has deployed 350 extra Minning Marshalls in addition to the previously recruited 2200 to police the various...

Africa loses $15bn annually due to climate change — AfDB president

    Akinwumi Adesina, president of the African Development Bank (AfDB), says Africa loses between seven billion dollars and 15 billion dollars annually due to...

3 killed, 1 injured in mining pit collapse in Niger

  Three persons were killed while one sustained injuries when a mining pit collapsed at Bazakwoi, a village in Adnun community of Niger. The incident was confirmed...

Improved Electricity Supply: Stakeholders commend Power Minister

Minister of Power, Chief Adebayo Adelabu has received accolades from power sector stakeholders over the improvement in electricity supply in recent time. In an interview...

FG partners Cross River to curb illegal Minning

  The Federal Government and Cross-River State have entered into an agreement towards curbing the activities of illegal miners in the state. Speaking while...

The north's tadpoles and Deborah Yakubu

Homeless kids invade South West

  By Lasisi Olagunju   “A large percentage of them are from Niger Republic, Mali, and Chad.” The six South-West states are being overrun by an army...