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Dangote set to commence Sugar plant construction in 6 states

Dangote set to commence Sugar plant construction in 6 states

Nigeria’s Dangote Group has signed a deal to commence the building of integrated sugar plants in six states in Nigeria. The Chairman of the group, who is also Africa’s richest man, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, made the announcement at a forum in Lagos to honour major distributors of Dangote Foods in Lagos on Thursday. He said that the plants, expected to ...

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LASG warns developers that they must obtain building permit

LASG warns developers that they must obtain building permit

The Lagos State Government on Thursday warned that every building must obtain building permit before any structure can be erected in any part of the State. The government vowed that any defaulter shall be dealt with by shutting down their buildings. General Manager, Lagos State Building Control Agency, LASBCA, Engr. Olalekan Shodeinde gave the warning during the sensitisation campaign in ...

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FCTA proposes N4.003 billion for UN building

Federal Government proposes N4.003 billion for UN building

Total sum of N4.003 billion has been proposed for the rehabilitation and provision of additional security measures for the United Nations (UN) building located in Nigeria’s capital city, Abuja, in 2018. The proposed amount for the UN building was part of total sum of N40.297 billion proposed in the 2018 budget proposal presented to the House Committee on FCT, chaired ...

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Udoma insists FG can’t build critical infrastructure alone

Udoma insists FG cant build critical infrastructure alone

The Minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udo Udoma, has told the leadership of the National Assembly that since government alone cannot shoulder the provision of critical infrastructure and provide investment capital needed to drive the process, it has decided to not just partner with the private sector for investment funds, but also make the environment attractive to investors. ...

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Quit notice: FCTA issues 3-week ultimatum to police personnel

THE Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), on Thursday, issued a three-week quit notice ultimatum to some personnel of the Nigeria Police Force, occupying one of its resettlement sites at Galuwyi Shere in Bwari Area Council of FCT, Abuja, to vacate the place with a view to allow contractors complete renovation of the work on schedule

THE Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), on Thursday, issued a three-week quit notice ultimatum to some personnel of the Nigeria Police Force, occupying one of its resettlement sites at Galuwyi Shere in Bwari Area Council of FCT, Abuja, to vacate the place with a view to allow contractors complete renovation of the work on schedule. The project, which sits on ...

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Old students lament on dilapidated infrastructure at Nshagu College

old students decried dilapidated school property

ASABA— Old students of Nshagu College, Ogwashi-Uku, Aniocha North Local Government Area, Delta State, class of 1978, have decried the encroachment on the school’s land and vandalization of its structures by residents of the community. Speaking during a courtesy call on the phone with the Principal and inspection tour of the school, Acting National Chairman of the 78’s old boys ...

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Ayodele Fayose provides basic infrastructure for schools in Ekiti

Ayodele Fayose

The Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has called for the provision of basic infrastructure in schools. A development that is obligatory for every responsible government. To this end, the state government has distributed desks and chairs for use by students across Primary and Secondary schools in the state. The first phase of the distribution took place at All Souls ...

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Real estate developers appeals to FG to provide infrastructure

Real estate developers appeals to FG to provide infrastructure

Real Estate Developers are appealing to government to develop the infrastructure needs to enable them easily provide affordable housing. According to them, it is the duty of government to provide the roads, drainage system and other infrastructure needs, since such activities are capital intensive and add to the cost of building. Ghana’s housing sector has been faced with a worsening ...

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Medallion expands data center infrastructure to 5 cities

Medallion expands data center infrastructure to 5 cities

Medallion Communications Limited has said it is expanding its Interconnect and Data Centre infrastructure to Enugu, Port-Harcourt, Ibadan, Kano and Asaba in an effort to accommodate more service providers in other parts of Nigeria. The Chief Executive Officer of Medallion, Mr. Ikechukwu Nnamani, who made the disclosure recently in Lagos, said the expansion, which is in phases would help boost ...

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Federal Government invests N6 billion in infrastructure

Federal Government invests N6 billion in infrastructure

The Federal Government has invested over N6 billion to develop infrastructure at the Maritime University, Okerenkoko, Delta State. In 2017, President Muhammadu Buhari approved an increase in the take-off grant allocated to the university from the N2 billion earlier announced to N5 billion. This sum was included in the 2018 budget presented to the National Assembly in November 2017. Similarly, ...

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