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LASG To Close Eko Bridge for Maintenance June 4
LASG, FG To Close Eko Bridge for Mainten...

LASG, FG To Close Eko Bridge for Maintenance June 4

The Lagos State Government has disclosed that the Eko Bridge from Costain to Alaka in bound National Stadium will be closed for a period of ten weeks for emergency repair work to be undertaken by the Federal Government from June 4 to August 13. This was contained in a statement by the state... read more »

Makinde Set to Build New Abuja Governor’s Lodge at N1.2bn
Makinde Set to Build New Abuja Governor’...

Makinde Set to Build New Abuja Governor’s Lodge at N1.2bn

Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde and the state executive council has ratified N1.2 billion to build a new governor’s lodge in Abuja. This was disclosed by Daud Sangodoyin, the Commissioner of Public Works and Infrastructure, stating that the council ratified N1.2 billion to construct a new... read more »

Femi Adesina: Flying on Wings of Gas
Femi Adesina: Flying on Wings of Gas

Femi Adesina: Flying on Wings of Gas

By the time we remove hatred, malice, indecent politics, and all the ills that plague our country and its leaderships across different governments, President Muhammadu Buhari would go down in history as the one that pioneered different kinds of revolution in our national life: agriculture,... read more »

North-East Requires Fresh $1billion to Tackle Boko Haram Crisis - UN
North-East Requires Fresh $1billion to T...

North-East Requires Fresh $1billion to Tackle Boko Haram Crisis – UN

The North-Easter part of Nigeria needs fresh $1 billion to tackle the Boko Haram-induced humanitarian crisis affecting more than six million people in 2021, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has said. It disclosed this on Wednesday noting that a combination of... read more »

Security Agents Nab Eight Suspects For Attacking ACTDA Officers in Anambra
Security Agents Nab Eight Suspects For A...

Security Agents Nab Eight Suspects For Attacking ACTDA Officers in Anambra

A group of eight suspects who attacked and injured field operations officers working with the Awka Capital Territory Development Authority, ACTDA, at an unapproved construction site in Nibo, Awka South Local Government Area, has been nabbed by security agents. The suspects, all males in their... read more »

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Atiku Supports Privatisation of Refineries, Other Govt Assets  

Atiku Supports Privatisation of Refineries, Other Govt Assets  

Atiku Abubakar, former Vice President of Nigeria has lent his voice to the Federal Government’s plan to privatise some of its assets. Among the assets to be privatised are the country’s... read more »

Northerners the Poorest in Nigeria Despite Being in Power More – Yakasai

Northerners the Poorest in Nigeria Despite Being in Power More – Yakasai

Alhaji Tanko Yakasai, a founding member of the Arewa Consultative Forum has said other regions in the country have formed the habit of blaming the north for their challenges when the North... read more »

FG Approves an NGO to Monitor Spending of $311m Abacaha Loot

FG Approves an NGO to Monitor Spending of $311m Abacaha Loot

The Federal Government has selected a civil society organisation, CLEEN Foundation, to monitor the spending of the last tranche of $311m returned funds looted by the late Head of State,... read more »

Take Responsibility for your Party’s Failure, Wike Tells APC Governors

Take Responsibility for your Party’s Failure, Wike Tells APC Governors

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has asked governors elected on the platform of the All Progressive Congress (APC) to accept responsibility for the party’s failure at the centre. He... read more »

Gov Ugwuanyi Rates Improved Power Supply as his Administrations Highpoint

Gov Ugwuanyi Rates Improved Power Supply as his Administrations H...

Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has said that the stepping down of 30MVA in Nsukka from the 132KV Makurdi Feeder, which his administration facilitated, to improve the quality of electricity... read more »