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12 Sep 2016
The Lead Director, CSJ), Eze Onyekpere explained that the 2017 federal budgeting process has started with workshops on the preparation of the Medium Term Sector Strategies (MTSS), Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF)...
12 Sep 2016
The group  canvassed for the peaceful process of the exercise during a one-day sensitisation campaign of communities in Gokana, one of the most affected area of oil spill in Ogoniland.
12 Sep 2016
The Director General National Agency for the Great Green Wall NAGGW, Mr. Goni Ahmed made this known when recently flagged off the College Green project of Yusufu Bala Usman College of Legal and General Studies, Daura, Katsina state.
5 Sep 2016
Towards mitigating the effect of desert encroachment threatening parts of the state, Sokoto State Government has raised no fewer than one million assorted seedlings of economic trees, to be distributed free to its citizens.
5 Sep 2016
A new scheme to deepen the initiative to combat climate change through improved forest governance has been validated by leaders and experts in conservation, climate and development communities. 
5 Sep 2016
With 14.7 per cent of the Earth’s land and 12 per cent of its territorial waters under protection, the world is on track to meet a major global conservation target according to UN Environment and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
29 Aug 2016
President-elect of the United Nations General Assembly, Ambassador Peter Thomson has signaled that unlocking finance for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a key challenge of our times.
29 Aug 2016
In a bid to leverage on the abundant renewable energy resources in Nigeria, the Bank of Industry (BOI) has begun off-grid solar electrification scheme in six communities in the country. 
29 Aug 2016
Environmentalists have called for a tripartite approach to research that would ensure progress and sustainability of the environment.
29 Aug 2016
As part of its environmental corporate social responsibility, Sterling Bank Plc has planted about 200 fresh ornamental trees in various locations of Jos, the Plateau State Capital.
29 Aug 2016
Fresh policy changes may be in the offing soon to upscale the penetration of energy saving appliances used in residential and public sectors through the introduction of standards and labels in the country.
29 Aug 2016
To further strengthen its operations aimed at controlling gully erosion in Nigeria, the World Bank, through its Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Project (NEWMAP), has extended its services to 12 states.

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A high-level meeting of the 36 state governors with President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday, primed to draw out some far-reaching and drastic measures to tackle the economic hardship that has afflicted Nigerians under this administration, turned out to be an anti-climax.
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Chairman, Board of Trustees (BoT) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Walid Jibrin, yesterday, called on members of the party to remain calm and refrain from creating bad blood and confusion over the crisis rocking PDP.
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When Oluwatobiloba Ayomide Amusan draped the country’s flag and mounted the podium for the national anthem after she broke the world record in women’s 100 metres hurdles on her way to winning the gold medal at the recently held World Athletics Championships in Oregon...
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Amidst energy crises currently ravaging almost the entire fabric of the economy, there appears to be some form of relief for telecoms operators expanding to rural areas.
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With the adoption of the Fifth-Generation (5G) network set to outpace all previous generations of mobile technology, it is expected to have $7 trillion worth of economic value by 2030.