Sokoto, Zamfara spend N100m on federal roads
To ease transportation challenges encountered by commuters plying the Sokoto, Zamfara, Kebbi and Katsina to Kaduna routes, the Sokoto and Zamfara State Governments have completed the repair work on the 214-kilometre highway.
NEMA, varsities plan national capacity building for disaster risk monitoring in states
Following the recurring flooding in some part of the country, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has teamed up with six universities to devise plans to improve the nation’s disaster readiness.
‘Imo urban renewal designed to attract investors’
Undeterred by the peoples’ criticisms on its urban renewal effort, the Imo State Government has explained that the initiatives will make the state one of the best in Nigeria and attract foreign direct investments.
Africa rejects UN-Habitat reform, new agency to tackle global urbanisation
African Group is of the view that the package of recommendations will not necessarily serve to strengthen UN-Habitat and enhance its effectiveness, efficiency, accountability and oversight, as envisioned in the New Urban Agenda.
NIA plans West African Architecture Festival
The event coming up in Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, according to the President, Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA), Tonye Braide will bring all architects in Nigeria and in the diaspora together to celebrate excellence in architecture.
Developer unveils transport master plan for Lagos Imperial City
The design is expected to incorporate footways, and pedestrian cycle shared space boulevard connecting the Marina to the central business district (CBD as well as reduce the reliance on cars as a means to reduce the burden added on air quality.
Architects call for FG’s audit of regulatory agencies
Piqued by the frequency of building collapse in the country, the President of Nigerian Institute of Architects, (NIA), Tonye Briade has called for an audit on the activities...
Minister berates contractors over N700m road project
The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Muhammad Bello has warned the contractors handling the Kuje-Gwagwalada road project, Messrs Craine Builders and Engineering Limited to hasten up or quit the site without further delay.