Ogun accident claims five
No fewer than five persons were confirmed dead while two others sustained various degrees of injury in an auto crash involving four vehicles around Iperu, on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway
Ekiti government set to start emission test on vehicles, generators
Ekiti Government says it is set to commence emission tests on vehicles, generators, other petrol and diesel engines in the state.
Gunmen kill six, injure others in Ebonyi
Gunmen, yesterday, attacked Otuebu and Obodo Ocha villages in Ohaukwu Local Council of Ebonyi State, killing six persons and leaving many with injuries.
Customs intercepts N30b smuggled rice, vehicles at borders
Barely one month after the Federal Government re-opened the land borders, the Federal Operations Unit (FOU) of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Zone A, said it has intercepted foreign parboiled rice
‘9.5 million uninsured vehicles affecting industry’s penetration’
There are indications that only about 2.53 million out of the 12 million registered vehicles on Nigerian roads have genuine motor insurance, leaving about 9.5 million uninsured.
Buhari launches scheme to power vehicles by gas
President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, launched a programme that would enable no less than 40 per cent vehicles plying Nigerian roads to run on compressed natural gas.
Kragha: Powering tokunbo vehicles with dirty fuel is deadly
Executive Secretary, African Refiners and Distributors Association (ARDA) Anibor Kragha, in this interview with KINGSLEY JEREMIAH underscores implications of Africa’s energy outlook, the high level of sulfur in petroleum products, looming health and environmental concerns, and infrastructural challenges in the downstream sector of the continent’s petroleum industry. The African Union and the African Refiners and…
Gridlock: Oshodi-Isolo LCDA deploys officials to control traffic on inner roads
The Oshodi-Isolo Local Council Development Area (LCDA) on Saturday deployed members of the traffic committee to control traffic on major inner roads in Oshodi.