Abia Chief Judge’s residence renovation to cost N80 million
The renovation of official residence of Abia state’s Chief Judge, Justice Theresa Uzokwe, will cost the state government the sum of N80 million.
Paint makers charged on sharp practices, innovations
The PMAN president, Rotimi Aluko, decried the impact of the present economic situation on the businesses of its members who rely heavily on imported raw materials.
FG to inject funds in road, housing sectors to boost economy amid recession
Minister of Works, Power and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, who stated this at the annual conference of the Quantity Surveyors Registration Board of Nigeria (QSRBN) in Abuja, observed that government believes that...
Why governments should invest in sustainable urbanisation
Urbanisation is a human process that has led to profound changes in the daily life of more than half of the world population. The way our cities are planned affects our lives more than we can imagine.
Facility in Asaba Mall ready as project takes $45 million
Fresh facts have emerged that the exquisite Asaba Mall, Delta State will cost $45 million at the end of the project, even as the anchor shop measuring 3,000 square metres taken by Shoprite has been completed and ready for occupation.
Legacy protests against demolition of 161-year-old ‘Olaiya House’
It was initially named Casa do Fernandez before being renamed Ilojo Bar. The building was referred to as Olaiya House after it was sold to the Olaiya patriarch, Alfred Omolana Olaiya in 1933.
Judge orders ‘out-of-court settlement’ for FUTO land
The court threatened to commit any defaulter including the 10 host communities and the state government and FUTO officials to prison, in the case of contempt.
ERCAAN partners firm on agents’ verification
“The biometric data so collated shall be hosted on an online platform, to make the activities of all agents in the country transparent and create a medium for appropriate government regulations.”