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FEC approves construction of new building for Adamawa State University


The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has authorized the construction of a new faculty building at Adamawa State University, Mubi. This was revealed Wednesday by the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, at the end of the meeting of the council which held at the Presidential Villa, Abuja and chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari. The new building, which is for the Faculty ...

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Niger Govt. to spend over N5bn on Madalla market relocation


Niger state government had approved the relocation of Madalla Market situated along Kaduna-Abuja expressway in Suleja Local Government Area of the state. Alhaji Mudi Muhammed, the state Commissioner for Investment, Commerce and Industry, who disclosed this on Thursday in Minna, said that the decision was approved by the state Executive Council. He explained that the market would be relocated at ...

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Firm’s Ikoyi property C of O gets nullified by court

C of O

The Court of Appeal, Lagos Division has nullified the Certificate of Occupancy (C of O) given by the Federal Government to Sunnyvale Nigeria Limited in respect of a parcel of land situated at Plot 25, Block 6, Ikoyi Foreshore, Lagos. The appellate court, in a lead judgment by Justice Ugochukwu Ogakwu, on March 6, 2019, restrained Sunnyvale Nigeria Limited, its ...

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NIESV demands sanctioning of construction policy defaulters


The Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) has called on government to ensure that construction policy defaulters should be sanctioned, taken to court and jailed as this will serve as a signal for other agencies. Rowland Abonta, NIESV president made the call during a courtesy visit by the Trustees of the Institution to Oba Rilwan Akiolu at Iga ...

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Anambra Commissioner discloses completion of 80 roads in 5 years


Mr. Marcel Ifejiofor, Anambra State Commissioner for Works disclosed this in an interview on Tuesday in Awka. The Commissioner for works who reviewed road construction since five years of Gov. Willie Obiano’s Government said the state had more than 200 active road sites across the three senatorial districts. ”Anambra currently has more than 200 active road construction sites and as ...

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UNILAG, FCET Akoka land dispute deepens


The Federal College of Education (FCE) (Technical), Akoka, Lagos, has said that the land dispute between it and the University of Lagos (UNILAG) had yet to be resolved in spite of the court and Minister of Education’s intervention. Mr. Ephraim Dada, Acting Provost, Federal College of Education (FCE) (Technical ), Akoka, said this in an interview in Lagos. The interview ...

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Fire razes fabrics shop, destroys goods worth millions in Anambra


Anambra State Fire Service says it averted the late Tuesday night fire incident that destroyed goods worth millions of Naira from spreading to other shops in Awka. Mr. Martin Agbili, state Director of the Service told newsmen on Wednesday that the incident consumed all the fabrics, machines and working tools in the shop but no life was lost. Agbili said ...

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Lagos Govt sets up panel to investigate Ita-Faji building collapse

Lagos State

The Lagos State Government on Tuesday set up an investigative and advisory committee on the building that collapsed at No. 53, Massey Street, Ita-Faaji, Lagos Island. The Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, Mr. Rotimi Ogunleye, during the inauguration in Alausa, said members were carefully chosen to provide government with informed advice on the steps to take in respect ...

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Onitiri urges government to provide affordable housing for low-income earners


The Lagos Central Senatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Adesunbo Onitiri, has called on the state government to immediately commence building low-cost houses, to accommodate low-income families at affordable prices. Onitiri, who commiserated with parents and families of children and residents who lost their lives, described the incident as highly regrettable and a big disaster to the ...

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