Osi Ota-Ikola-Navy road: Residents fault government’s claim over reduced travel time
Contrary to claims by the Ogun State government that the ongoing rehabilitation of two Trunk B roads in Sango-Ota, in Ado-Odo/Ota Local Council has led to a reduction in travel time between Sango-Ota in the state and neigbouring Lagos State, residents and commuters plying these areas are having a torrid time.
‘Rehab Centres have no connection with Islam, Northern leaders’ legacies’
The Joint Action Committee of Northern Youth Associations and Islamic clerics have said that the rehabilitation centres from where security agencies rescued youths recently in the region have nothing in common with Islam or the legacy of Sir Ahmadu Bello and other notable leaders.
Group calls for adherence to human rights
With the brazen manner, which citizens rights are being trampled by the day, especially by law enforcement agencies, founder, Crime Victims Foundation of Nigeria (CRIVIFON), Mrs. Gloria Egbuji...
Prince Ebeano Supermarket turns 10, stages jumbo sales promo
One of Nigeria's foremost indigenous supermarkets, Prince Ebeano Supermarket will, from tomorrow, roll out the drums to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The week-long celebration, which kicks off in all its eight outlets in Abuja and Lagos, is also aimed at appreciating and rewarding customers that have kept faith with the outfit over the years
Cart pushers gradually returning to Lagos
Barely two years after the Lagos State government banned cart pushers, wheelbarrow operators, and sundry refuse collectors in the state over their activities, it considered inimical to the environment, checks have revealed that they are still operating unperturbed in some parts of the state.
Left-handedness: Stakeholders task government on inclusiveness
Convener of Lefthanders Project and Director, Active Projective Limited, Mrs. Adesola Oyinloye-Ndu, has appealed to the Nigerian government to provide infrastructure and formulate policies that would favour southpaws in the country.
Abuja Urban Mass Transit Scheme … A decaying legacy
When the country’s federal capital was moved from Lagos to Abuja, on December 12, 1991, by former Military President, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, the new Federal Capital Territory (FCT) was still a work in progress.
Safeguarding rail transportation to stem avoidable deaths
Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country is still grappling with transportation challenges. While its residents mainly embrace road transportation, the country’s network of asphalt roads is largely inefficient..
Deplorable state of federal roads in Kogi State
It has been hellish for motorists and passengers travelling along Lokoja -Okene-Lagos-Abuja expressway, connecting the Southwest.