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5 Things That Should Never Be In Your Home After 30

After 30

If you are above 30 there are somethings that should never be found in your home or apartment. Read this article to find out what they are. Do you consider yourself an adult? I bet your home says otherwise. According to Urban Dictionary, an adult is any person who has stopped growing at both ends and is now growing in ...

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Top 10 Most Astonishing Constructions In The World

construction in the world

This article gives us useful insight into amazing architectural masterpieces in the world. Only the best could have constructed these buildings that have been carefully selected as the top 10 most astonishing constructions in the world. The world we live in is characterized by a good number of breathtaking structures that makes you wonder what paradise would look like. There ...

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Bornu govt. acquires properties worth N1.2 billion for Infrastructure

property

To address office and residential accommodation challenges in Maiduguri metropolis, the Borno State Government has acquired nine-abandoned properties valued at N1.2 billion The acquired properties, located in various parts of the metropolis are to be “demolished and rebuilt” as model schools, El kanemi Warriors Football Quarters, Government Lodge and office accommodations for State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA). Commissioner for Works ...

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FCT residents lament over Kuje-Gwagwalada road construction delay

FCT residents lament over Kuje-Gwagwalada road construction delay

Residents of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) on Sunday has decried the delay in the completion of the Kuje-Gwagwalada road project awarded since 2010. Some residents of the territory in separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kuje and Gwagwalada said that the delay in the completion of the project was not in their interest. NAN recalls ...

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Real estate experts converge to address issues on construction

construction

Glimmer of hope is beaconing towards solving problems confronting the nation’s built environment as professionals in the sector have entered into strategic move to address the problem. One of the rewards of such move was the call for the establishment of Nigerian Construction Industry Development Board (CIBD), which they said would be saddled with the roles of; formulating, implementing, regulating ...

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FCT residents raise alarm over unavailability of toilet facilities

FCT residents raise alarm over unavailability of toilet facilities

Traditional households in the outskirts of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja are battling on how they can dispose human solid waste from the environment due to lack of toilet facilities. The affected areas, where indiscriminate dumping of refuse and human solid waste exist include; Mpape, Lugbe, Karishi, Jikwoyi, Gudu Dagba, Karimo, Dutse, Bwari, Gwagalada and others. FCT Chairman of ...

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How To Ensure You Live In A Sustainable Neighbourhood

sustainable neighbourhood

A sustainable neighbourhood meets your needs while protecting the environment. Homes in a sustainable neighbourhood are located near shops, schools, recreation, work and other daily destinations. This helps reduce driving costs and allows residents enjoy the health benefits of walking. This article explains what it means to live in a sustainable neighbourhood. A sustainable neighbourhood is a place where people ...

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EFCC counsel decries demolition of Patience Jonathan’s property

Patience Jonathan

The Federal High Court, Abuja, has fixed April 12 to hear an application filed by a former First Lady, Patience Jonathan, over the alleged demolition of some of her property in Abuja. The former first lady had alleged that the said property was demolished by an agency of the federal government. The judge, Nnamdi Dimgba, fixed the date on Monday ...

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Ambode leads by example, pays Land Use Charge

Revised Land Use Charge

Barely two weeks after the Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode signed the new Land Use Charge Law which was passed on January 28, 2018, by the State House of Assembly, to repeal and replace the Land Use Charge Law 2001. Payment of the new charge has commenced in earnest at the Opebi Branch of the Guaranty Trust Bank Plc, (GTB), Ikeja. ...

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Fulani Herdsmen: Embracing Cattle Colonies Would Help Protect Lives & Properties – Kogi Governor

Fulani herdsmen

Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State first announced that his administration was going to embrace the establishment of Fulani herdsmen (cattle colonies) in the state, the people of Kogi reacted to the idea with mixed feelings. But recently, the state government explained the philosophy behind its decision. Abdulkarim Abdulmalik, director-general, Kogi State Information Services and Grassroots Sensitisation, has disclosed that ...

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