NCF rewards Team Nigeria 2018 Tour Du Benin contingent
The Nigeria Cycling Federation (NCF) has rewarded the country’s contingent to the just concluded 2018 Tour Du Benin Cycling Championship held in Benin Republic. Nigeria finished in the second position behind Burkina Faso in the seven-nation African cycling tournament.
Ukwenya sure of success at T20 World Cup qualifier
The President of the Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF), Professor Adam Yahaya Ukwenya has assured fans of the game of a good outing as the national cricket team prepares to face regional rivals in battles for T-20 World Cup and African Cup tickets from April 14 to 30, 2018 at the Tafawa Balewa Square Cricket Oval…
Conservation group seeks penalties for illegal poachers, hunters
Following the recent publication of the IUCN red list of globally threatened species that revealed that 148 animals and 146 plant species found in Nigeria were threatened, the Nigeria Conservation Foundation...
Tackling environmental challenges through scholarly research
It has been the consensus of stakeholders that to promote the protection of the natural world, continuous intellectual research and campaign on sustainable environment is a must.
NCF takes stock of green recovery scheme, urges nature conservation
The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has declared that it would require determined efforts of Nigerians, the government and environmentalists to restore 25per cent green cover in the next 30 years. NCF also plans to education and enlighten tourists who visit conserved areas on the kind of treatment/food they meted out or throw to animals in…
With National Career Fair, group tackles employment
All is now set for the National Career Fair, Nigeria’s biggest annual symposium on career information, business development, employment and economic opportunities for students...
Lagos tasks residents on environmental sustainability, ecotourism
Notwithstanding the high rate of urbanisation in Lagos State, the authorities have called for collaborations of effort by all stakeholders in the environmental sector towards protection of the ecosystem and building the tourism potentials of the state.
Wildlife hunting attracts 10 years imprisonment, says NCF
The Nigerian Conservation Federation (NCF) has warned that anyone found guilty of exploitation and commercial hunting of wild animals risked 10-year imprisonment with an option of N1million fine or both.