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Kebbi approves N948million to compensate property owners affected by road projects

Kebbi State Governor

Gov. Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi has approved the release of N984 million as compensation to property owners affected by ongoing township road construction projects in eight major towns in the state. The governor disclosed this in a statement by his Press Secretary, Alhaji Abubakar Muazu, made available to newsmen in Birnin Kebbi on Monday. Giving a breakdown of the amount, ...

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Jigawa: 138 flood victims get N25,000 per damaged room

Flood overruns a community in Delta

Concerning the recent flood disaster in Jahun Local Government Area of Jigawa State, no fewer than 138 victims has benefited from the N6 million cash donation by the State Emergency Management Agency, SEMA. The Executive Secretary of the agency, Yusuf Babura, revealed this yesterday in Jahun and said that the gesture was meant to bring relief to the beneficiaries. According to ...

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Gombe Promises N18m Compensation On Demolished Property

Gombe Promises N18m Compensation On Demolished Property

Gombe State government has planned to spend over N18 million as compensation to those who lost their houses for road construction in Kumbiya-Kumbiya Ward of Gombe Local Council of the state. The chairman of the committee on payment of compensation, Shehu Abubakar Durbi, who disclosed this while speaking with journalists in Gombe Tuesday, said the aim was to ensure that ...

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Ogun compensates farmers on Kobape Estate land with N48m

In a move to meet obligations to its citizens, Ogun State Government has redeemed its pledge of adequate compensation to farmers in nine communities within the proposed land for Kobape Ultra Modern Housing Estate in Obafemi/Owode Local Government Area. About N48million was paid to 33 families as crop compensation by government officials to further demonstrate its commitment to the welfare ...

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Don’t Blame Engineers for Building Collapse, the government has a role to play

The Nigerian Society of Engineers, Lagos State has said that until all levels of government in the country evolve more punitive measures and stricter punishment on all those found culpable in any case of collapse building, the ugly trend would continue to defile solution. These concerns were expressed last weekend at the annual lecture of the Nigerian Society of Engineers ...

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