Experts have called for urgent government attention to the living standards of people in Epe, Lagos State, especially the coastal areas.
When 51-year-old Sa’adatu Abdullahi was rushed to the Misau General Hospital on August 4, 2021, her sister, Jamila Abdullahi, accompanied her to the Cholera Ward with a sample of the well water
When it comes to wigs, most women know the golden rule: always keep it dry. Ideally, water would not damage your wig, whether synthetic or human hair; except when it contains chlorine
To curb the challenges that come with the end-to-end movement of humans and cargo in Nigeria, Vetifly has launched its on-demand mobility services in Lagos and across the country via helicopters
Nigeria has begun the processes to adopt eco-hydrological solutions and innovations to address water challenges.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) and United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF), yesterday, warned that billions of people around the world would be unable to access safely managed household drinking water
Most assuredly, human societies and civilizations are adjudged developed, or otherwise, based on the attainment level of the visions of the founding people
Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) has expressed concerns over water scarcity in Lagos communities and cautioned that if the situation is not urgently addressed
A developmental expert, Ale Michael, has tasked the Federal Government with better policies to enhance water use and supply to boost economic development.
As the sweltering weather persists, leaving the body parched during the day and sweaty at night, Nigerians have been advised to consume lots of cool water or fluids, but avoid caffeine and alcohol.
A public health physician, Dr Olisaeloka Lotenna, has advised residents to drink lots of water and ensure adequate ventilation at home
The Minister of Water Resources, Mr Suleiman Adamu, has underscored the need for state governments to prioritise investment in the water sector,