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26 Jul 2015
The Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (NIQS), will hold a National Workshop on Measurement and Cost Management of Engineering Infrastructure Projects in Universal Hotel, Enugu from Thursday 30th to Friday 31st of July 2015. The two-day workshop, according to the institute’s Secretary for Marketing and Corporate Affairs, Mr. , would dwell among others, on the Challenges of Cost Management of Projects in a…
26 Jul 2015
The traditional ruler of Neke Uno, Nike in Enugu East Local Government Area of Enugu State, Igwe Eze Geoffrey Ogbu, has appealed to the state government to come to the aid of his community by demarcating the boundary between Neke Uno, Nike and Ukehe community in Igbo Etiti Local Government of Enugu State. The Monarch…
20 Jul 2015
With a population of 20 million, Lagos is one of the world’s megacities. And it’s getting bigger day by day. By 2025, officials and population analysts agreed that the number of people in the city and in the surrounding communities, especially, in Ogun State axis, would leap to 30 million. Prominent among the challenges are…
20 Jul 2015
The Africa Union of Architects (AUA), as part of its social responsibilities, in conjunction with the Uganda Society of Architects, is planning to hold a programme aiming at addressing the issue of slum in Africa. This event is to brainstorm in finding Africa solutions that will be applicable to all communities within the continent.  The…
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20 Jul 2015
Dr. (Mrs.) Akon Etim Eyakenyi, is the immediate past Federal Minister for Lands, Housing and Urban Development. A former Commissioner in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Akwa Ibom State is also an educationist. Since she left office, a native of Oron Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom, in her usual nature has been going…
20 Jul 2015
NEWLY inaugurated members of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESVs), Lagos Stated chapter, have been told close ranks in order to develop their professional practice and the real estate sector. The 12-member team, led Mr. Offiong Samuel Ukpong, sworn in last week in Lagos was asked to ensure the fortune of the…
20 Jul 2015
ANY more deforestation, and we just might not have a breathable world to live in. Not only does clearing out the rain forest steal the natural habitation from animals and plant life, it makes the Earth absorb more heat from the sun. This causes water sources to dry up and makes summers hotter. Claude Martin,…
20 Jul 2015
Nigerian most senior diplomat working at the United Nations headquarter inNairobi, Prof. Banji Oyelaran-Oyeyinka has been appointed as the Acting Director, Regional Office for Africa (ROAF), UN-Habitat.     The RoAf/ UN-Habitat is currently working in 24 countries in the Africa region (these include: Nigeria, Somalia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Madagascar, Mozambique, Kenya, Rwanda, Ghana, Uganda, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Zambia among…
20 Jul 2015
The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has signed an agreement with the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) on conservation and protection of biodiversity. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) o this effect was signed by the Director General of NCF, Mr. Adeniyi Karunwi and Deputy Director General, Partnerships and Capacity Development, IITA, Dr. Kenton Dashiell. The…
20 Jul 2015
MOVED to arrest the rising threat of dessert encroachment across the country, the National Agency for the Great Green Wall (NAGGW) has launched an initiative of tree planting club in schools. Speaking in Abuja at the launching ceremony of the Great Green Wall School Club Tree Planting for the Inauguration of the “Land of Peace…
20 Jul 2015
AFTER refurbishment, a popular shopping mall standing in the heart of the North African country, Kenya, known as Westgate, has been reconstructed and reopened for business activities. The mall, which was once considered a symbol of Kenya’s growing affluent middle class, has been refurbished and damages repaired after it was almost destroyed by militants in…
20 Jul 2015
AS first revealed earlier, the 61,000-capacity mega-venue at White Hart Lane will feature a retractable natural turf football pitch, which will slide out to reveal an NFL-compliant surface. The latest plans, due to be submitted to Haringey Council in the coming weeks, also feature the largest single-tier stand in the UK – a huge17,000-seat structure.…

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Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna, the deputy governor of Kano State, has won the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship primary in Kano State. Gawuna, secured the party's mandate in the early hours of Friday after he defeated his only opponent, Sha'aban Ibrahim Sharada, a House of Representatives member representing the Kano municipal federal constituency. Gawuna polled 2,…
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