Effective traffic management is a major point that any city worth its name must score if it must address heavy loss of man-hours and its attendant debilitating effect on its economy.
Abuja: Rescuing Capital city from car marts
Daily, the number of motor vehicles put on display for prospective buyers in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) keeps swelling.
Lagos: A city struggling with house numbering
In June 2012, the Lagos State government began the process of numbering about 1.2 million buildings in the state. While flagging off the exercise, a former managing director of Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency (LASAA), Mr. George Noah, said the comprehensive house numbering project was expected to number about 1,194, 525 houses.
Despair in Ekiti as flood batters communities
When the Nigerian Meteorological Agencies (NiMET) predicted that over 20 states would be overrun by a massive flood in September, some of the latest victims in Ekiti State did not expect to be named among the victims. They had their reasons- Ekiti State has not been witnessing such magnitude of flood in the past.
Commuters enduring nightmare at Oshodi-Apapa expressway
Adewale Akani resides around Cele Bus Stop, along the Oshodi-Apapa Expressway, while his workshop is located in the Oshodi area of the state.For years, toing and froing the workshop used to be relatively with ease....
Lagos-Ibadan expressway shutdown begins tomorrow
For the third time in 11 months, the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway will from tomorrow, September 2 be shut-down partially for four months, to enable the contractor, Julius Berger Plc.
Edo making shelters for returnee migrants
The Edo State government has said that the permanent shelters being constructed to accommodate returnee Edo indigenes, who were trapped abroad as victims of human trafficking and irregular migration, will strengthen the state government's rehabilitation and reintegration programme.
Self-Help: Mararaba communities begin drainage project to save road
In a bid to save the City College Road located in Mararaba, Nasarawa State from the imminent threat of erosion, homeowners along the axis under the platform of Concerned Residents of Ruga Madaki and Environs...
Ikeja Electric under fire for scrapping paper bills
Electricity Consumers under the Ikeja Electric (IE) jurisdiction have advised the company to have a rethink on its proposed replacement of the monthly electricity bill.
Female shoppers lament gropping, harassment at Tejuoso
For most people, shopping in markets is simply a necessity, while for others, it is an enjoyable experience. But for some female shoppers at Yaba (Tejuoso) Market, their experience is nightmarish.
DPR: Fighting fuel smugglers along porous Adamawa borders
The Department of Petroleum Resource (DPR) recently smoked out smugglers of petroleum products in Adamawa state by dismantling illegal depots located around border towns in the state.
My prepaid meter ordeal in hands of Abuja Electricity company — Customer
As a Nigerian, the daily reality of bad governance and poor service delivery means one has to create a defence mechanism to cope with the never-ending stream of shocking realities. If it is not the telecom giants siphoning one’s Internet data with impunity, it would be the banks silently robbing customers through brainless charges that have no basis in reality.