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16 Sep 2016
Youths in Ogoni communities have vowed to desist from unwholesome activities that will re-pollute the on-going remediation and cleanup exercise in Ogoniland.
26 Jun 2016
Scrap dealers in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital, live and operate like kings, as relevant authorities seem unmindful of the detrimental effects of their activities on human lives and the environment.
18 Jun 2016
President Barack Obama and the first family are celebrating America's cherished natural heritage, making a weekend tour marking the 100th anniversary of the nation's vaunted national park system.
28 May 2016
ln spite of non-restriction of vehicular and human movements, residents across Lagos State on Saturday observed the usual monthly sanitation exercise, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
27 May 2016
A few weeks ago, Fortune, a New York-based multinational business magazine published by Time Inc., officially released its annual ranking of the world’s 50 greatest leaders for 2016.

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Hours after the first vessel berthed at Lekki deep seaport, stakeholders and residents along the corridor have expressed worry with the slow response of the Federal and state governments to providing the infrastructure needed to efficiently kick-start the seaport...
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Founded by Mr. Alex Uruemu Ibru (1945-2011), The Guardian’s foundational rationale upon inception on July 4, 1983 was simple: to create an intellectually driven, independent newspaper presenting balanced and factual coverage of events comparable with the best in Nigeria and globally.
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Following a broad consensus reached by delegates at the Eleventh Session of the World Urban Forum (WUF11) in Katowice, Poland, the talk came to an end last week, with calls for urgent urban action.
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Nigeria’s quest for a 10th Africa Women Cup of Nations title begins today in Rabat where they meet old foes South Africa.
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The rise in prices of building materials has constituted a major threat to the construction sector, housing development by private developers and independent builders who desire to have a roof over their head.