Hydro geologists to hold conference on water resources in Ilorin

Hydro geologists to hold conference on water resources in Ilorin

The 29th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of Hydro-geologists (NAH), is to hold in Ilorin from November 5 to November 10 to discuss water resources development. The State Chairman of the association, Mr Lateef Kolawole, made this disclosure in...<!-- AddThis Advanced Settings above via filter on wp_trim_excerpt --> <!-- AddThis Advance...
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UN says terrorists, criminals benefiting from increase in cocaine, opium production

UN says terrorists, criminals benefiting from increase in cocaine, opium production

)The UN says terrorist organisations and criminal groups have been profiting from a sharp increase in the production of cocaine and opium. The UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) reported Thursday that coca bush cultivation went up by nearly...<!-- AddThis Ad...
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Kaduna Refinery pledges to patronize Nigerian engineers

Kaduna Refinery pledges to patronize Nigerian engineers

    The Kaduna Refining and Petrochemicals Company (KRPC), said on Friday it would patronise Nigerian engineers to drive the local content policy of the Federal Government. Malam Idi Mukhtar , Managing Director of KRPC, gave the indication, while receiving...
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24-hr operation: FG orders unauthorised agencies to vacate ports

24-hr operation: FG orders unauthorised agencies to vacate ports

As part of measures to commence the process of implementing the Executive Order on the 24-hour port operation, the Federal Government yesterday issued a stern warning to unauthorised personnel and agencies in the ports to vacate with immediate effect. Speaking...
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FAAN bans luggage screening at MMIA departure hall

FAAN bans luggage screening at MMIA departure hall

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria says checking of travellers luggage will no longer be done at the departure hall of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. The Managing Director, FAAN, Mr. Saleh Dunoma, said this was part of the...<!-- Add...
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FCT Minister warns residents against indiscriminate felling of trees

FCT Minister warns residents against indiscriminate felling of trees

FCT Minister, Mallam Muhammad Bello THE FCT Minister, Mallam Muhammad Bello, has warned FCT residents against indiscriminate felling of trees to stem the increase in global warming. Bello, who was represented by Mr Babatope Ajokaye, the Permanent Secretary, FC...
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Saraki: N’Assembly Infrastructure Bills Would Create 580,000 Jobs in Five Years

Saraki: N’Assembly Infrastructure Bills Would Create 580,000 Jobs in Five Years

Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, has said six infrastructure reforms bills put together by the National Assembly would not only modernise the nation’s infrastructure base, but would create at least 580,000 new jobs for...
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World Bank invests 26bn on 10 ACEs in Nigerian varsities

World Bank invests 26bn on 10 ACEs in Nigerian varsities

The World Bank says it has invested $70 million (about N26 billion) in the ten Africa Centres of Excellence (ACE) located in universities in the country as a means to boost research in some key areas that would provide solutions...<!-- AddThis Advanced Setting...
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Anichebe to partner Anambra Govt. to provide synthetic pitches in schools

Anichebe to partner Anambra Govt. to provide synthetic pitches in schools

  Former Super Eagles striker,Victor Anichebe     Former Super Eagles striker and English Premiership great, Victor Anichebe, says he is willing to partner with Anambra Government to provide synthetic pitches in schools in the state. Victor Anichebe Aniche...
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Hospital donates drugs to Benue Prison inmates

Hospital donates drugs to Benue Prison inmates

The Makurdi-based First Fertility Hospital on Friday donated drugs and other items to the Benue Medium Security Prisons to tackle diseases ravaging inmates. The Managing Director of the hospital, Dr Stephen Hwande, who donated the items, valued at over N500,.....
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