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I will provide befitting housing units for teachers – Oby Ezekwesili

Oby Ezekwesili

The former presidential candidate of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, on Wednesday, assured teachers that her administration would prioritise the issue of providing them with befitting accommodation if she emerges president of Nigeria. She also regretted that poverty had crippled the standard of education in Nigeria. A statement issued by the spokesperson for the Obiageli Ezekwesili ...

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Residents groan as water scarcity hits Ogun capital


A visit to Ago-Oba, a community in the heart of Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, anytime of the day would see many residents on queue scooping water from burst pipes in unkempt conditions, a development many said has been the practice in the area for sometime due to acute water scarcity. “If you come to this place by 2 AM., ...

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FCTA budgets N2.6bn on Karu roads


The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) said that it would spend about N2.6 billion on 30 roads, comprising 11.7kilometers, in Karu community of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Already, 700 metres of the road project, from Karu Round About to Customs Junction is being completed and would be opened for public use before the end of the week. Speaking when ...

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Olorunda North LCDA gives ultimatum on Ground Rent’s Payment

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Chairman, Olorunda North Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Hon. Quadri Owonikoko has called on the allottees of Laro Timehin and Kobo Housing Scheme in the council area to pay the annual ground rent and premium fee on the land acquired not later than January 31st 2019 to avoid revocation. This was contained in a release issued by the Head of ...

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Realtors seek thorough market research to reduce vacant houses

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Nigerian realtors have called on all stakeholders to ensure in-depth and thorough market research if the challenge of vacant houses littering the nation’s landscape would be effectively tackled. Presently, vacancy rates in major Nigerian cities including Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja, and others have been on the rise. According to them, many developers go into housing developments without undertaking extensive market ...

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3 Governorship Candidates Decry Infrastructural Level in Kwara

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The governorship candidates of Labour Party, African Democratic Party (ADP) and Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party (ANRP), Comrade Issa Aremu, Isa Manzuma and Abdulmumin Ajia, who spoke at a governorship debate organized by Kwara Coalition of Business and Professional Associations (KWACOBPA) in Ilorin on Tuesday, said that the state suffers from infrastructural deficit. The candidates, who said that many of the ...

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