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pipeline surveillance

19 Jan
Foremost National Asset protection Company, Pipeline Infrastructure Nigeria Limited, PINL, condemned at attempt by some agents through their proxies to undermine it effort in it's areas of operations. This is coming just as the people of IIelema Community in Asari Toru Local Government Area of River hailed the Company for showing exceptional capability it executing…
13 Nov
The Mayor of Urhoboland, Eshanakpe Israel, has urged the Senate President, Ahmed Lawan to intervene in the ongoing crisis thrown up with the award of pipelines surveillance security of the OML 30 and 34. The call is in furtherance to the mayor's protest to heads of security agencies in the country, Urhobo traditional institution and…
27 Aug 2022
The Ijaw National Congress (INC) on Friday inaugurated a committee to interface with some angry youth groups over the pipeline surveillance contract re-awarded to Chief Government Ekpemupolo.


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Minister of State, Labour and Employment and spokesperson of All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council, Festus Keyamo (SAN) has petitioned the State Security Services (SSS), demanding the arrest and prosecution of Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate...
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On the occasion of World TB Day (WTD), today, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that plans to end tuberculosis by 2030 are under threat, as disease remains one of the world’s deadliest infectious killers.
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“This life is not fair,” said a wailing woman, as victims of the recent tragic Lagos train-bus accident at the Public Works Department (PWD) Busstop along Agege Motor Road, Lagos, were moved to a triage at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja on Thursday, March 9, 2023.
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About N3.62 billion fraud have been perpetrated through the Automated Teller Machines (ATMs); Point of Sales (PoS) machines, mobile and other electronic channels and cash as of third quarter of 2022.
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The eighth edition of the African Diaspora Investment Symposium (ADIS) opened yesterday in Silicon Valley, California, United States, with discussions bordering on engaging the networks of African Diaspora in pushing development on the continent beyond remittances.