Abule Egba pipeline explosion: Victims yearn for government assistance
Like many others, 53-year-old lady, Mrs. Christiana Ogundemi, and her family got their dreams well laid out as they coasted into 2020, but only three weeks into the New Year, all that went up in flames at their No. 7 Musa Eromon Street residence, Abule Egba, Lagos.
Unregistered motorbikes worsening Lagos’ security challenges
Wading through the intricate web of traffic snarl in many parts of Lagos State is becoming a Herculean task for many residents. Consequently, those among them that are tired of reporting late for work, meetings and sundry engagements....
As harmattan season unleashes intense weather, drop in humidity
Like Awoyemi, Nigerians in many parts of the country, have been battling the harsh harmattan and the accompanying haze and its side effects.
Enugu electric’s digital migration: Sour New Year ‘gift’ unsettles Southeast consumers
Clutching his prepaid smart card, Onuoha Ikenna walked briskly into the Agbani Road service station of the Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) on January 2 to recharge for him to enjoy...
Lagos Parks, Gardens: Waiting for Sanwo-Olu’s positive touch
Some of the exciting locations families, lovers and fun-seekers in Lagos State visited during the recent Yuletide and during the New Year holiday are the gardens and parks. Fortunately, there are many beautiful government-owned gardens and parks around the state.
Four years after, pall of soot still hovers over Rivers State
Nearly four years after deadly black soot seized the Port Harcourt skyline and several parts of Rivers State causing massive air pollution, there are fears of increased air-induced ailment persists, while there is the stark absence of concerted effort by governments.....
Cross River: Kidnappings, bad roads threaten travels for Christmas festivities
This year’s Carnival Calabar, the famed largest street party in Africa, which holds yearly in Cross River State is under serious threat.
Despite ban, Sniper available in open markets
In July 2015, a 32-year-old Amatari Christmas, who was married to Tombara, an indigene of Ayama in Yenagoa Local Council of Bayelsa State, emptied a 100ml bottle of Sniper...