Alimosho residents wail over seven-month long blackout
For many residents of Alimosho Local Council, especially those living around Ikotun, Igando, Isheri and Iyana-Ipaja, electricity supply from noisy power-generating sets has been their only source of power in the last seven months.
NEWMAP, Kogi partner to tackle gully erosion
The decision of Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello, to key into the partnership with the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP), has rekindled hope of a successful implementation of the project in the state.
Groups sign N6.m MoU to support IDPs
Two Non-Governmental Organisations- Grooming (People for Better Livelihoods) Centre (Grooming Centre), and Sesor Empowerment Foundation (Sesor), recently signed a N6, 675, 000 Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to support Sesor’s work with Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Lagos and Benue states.
Stealing from Bakassi IDPs stirs angst in Cross River
There appears no end in sight to the woes besetting the people of Bakassi, who were uprooted from their ancestral homes via an International Court of Justice (ICJ) verdict of 2002.
The Luxury Network set for launch
Plans are in top gear for the world’s leading luxury affinity marketing group and private membership club for luxury brands and high-end service providers, The Luxury Network International, to officially launch in the country.
Kidnapping: Schools fine-tune security measures
The recent onslaught on schools in the country by kidnappers is sending warning signals to managers of educational facilities, especially those operating boarding facilities even as it is apparent that students are increasingly becoming soft targets for abductors.
Chaos, as commuters, traders compete for space around Lagos markets
In these open markets in Lagos State, as obtained in other major cities; some vendors in their bid to catch the attention of buyers, display their wares beyond the threshold of their shop/stalls.
Apapa: Again, residents, stakeholders yearn for action
Yearly, the Federal Government rakes in multi-billion naira from its “cash cows” at the Apapa end of the Oshodi/Apapa Expressway, which include Apapa Port and Tin Can Island Port...
Enugu: Two years, work in progress
For the people of Enugu State, who were before now victims of forlorn hope in the face of long years of official neglect and failed political promises effused by succeeding political gladiators...
Building collapse: Why government seems helpless
Two major building collapses that happened in the state not too long ago occurred still at the Lekki end of the state (Lekki Gardens) and at the Synagogue Church of All Nations.
Ambode’s wife advocates women empowerment
For wife of the Lagos State Governor, Mrs. Bolanle Ambode, the recently concluded All Sisters Regional Conference of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Region 19, Ogba Lagos, provided ample opportunity for her to admonish women on the need to seek economic empowerment.