PDP concludes campaign, vows to win guber polls
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Edo State, yesterday rounded off its campaign at the local council level for the governorship election slated for September 10.
EU, government launch immunization project in 24 states
European Union (EU) under the EU-Sign in collaboration with the Federal Government has launched a seven years project, which aimed to strengthen immunization governance at 24 states in Nigeria.
Lagos, tree planting and the environment
Scientifically, trees are quite strategic in combating global warming as they absorb the carbon-dioxide in the atmosphere, replenish the air with oxygen and also contribute immensely to the aesthetics of the environment. They also check erosion and stem the tide of windstorm by serving as wind breakers. On another note, trees are brilliant cleansers. They…
Huawei, Smart Africa drive continent’s digital transformation
Huawei, yesterday, informed that it had joined the Smart Africa Alliance as Information and Communications Technologies advisor and Platinum member at the Smart Africa Board Meeting.
Mandatory currency devaluation ruins a nation, says Ogbimi
Francis Ogbimi is a professor of Technology Management at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. He spoke with Roseline Okere on the need for Nigeria to be self-sufficient in petroleum refining.
Governors support World Bank on FADAMA project
Two governors, Mr. Willie Obiano (Anambra) and Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode (Lagos), have reaffirmed their commitment to the FADAMA III Additional Finance (AF) Project of the World Bank in their states.
Nigeria ranks low in new World Bank's trade logistics performance index
Nigeria has been categorised among the lowest ranking countries with 2.63 score in the latest trade logistic performance index ranking released by the World Bank.
World Bank compensates 324 persons affected by gully erosion
The World Bank Project (Assisted), through its Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP), has compensated 324 persons affected by gully erosion in three sites in Imo State.
Government, World Bank earmark $100m to boost basic education in five states
The Federal Government and the World Bank have earmarked over $100m for improving access and quality of basic education with active girl-child participation in five northern states.