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Creeks

16 Feb
Nigeria’s population is growing at a rate that makes existing transportation infrastructure grossly inadequate, despite efforts by governments at all levels not just to improve
7 Apr 2021
One of the challenges the world maritime industry has always faced is the issue of wrecks and relics in waterways - creeks, tributaries, rivers, canals, the high seas
9 Oct 2016
Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Sunday ordered the immediate demolition of all shanties around the creeks and on the waterways.

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Luis Enrique insists Spain will not take any chances by trying to engineer a specific result against Japan in an attempt to avoid Brazil in the World Cup quarter-finals.
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Team Delta, yesterday, picked its first gold medal at the 21st National Sports Festival held in Asaba, Delta State.
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Avocats Sans Frontières France (ASF), also known as Lawyers Without Borders, has lamented the growing number of Nigerians held in prison for years without trial.