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APC condemns demolition of ex-Edo deputy governor’s property


The All Progressives Congress (APC) has condemned the demolition of property belonging to former deputy governor of Edo State, Pius Odubu, by the state government. APC said this in a statement by its state Publicity Secretary, Chris Azebamwan, on Wednesday in Benin. Mr. Azebamwan said other members of the party whose property was demolished included House of Representatives member, Julius Ihonvbere (APC- ...

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Niger partners private sector on 279 Suleja housing estate

Niger state

Governor Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger state has laid the foundation for the construction of 279 units housing scheme in Suleja town as part of government’s efforts to provide affordable housing accommodation to citizens in the state. Performing the brief ceremony on Tuesday, the governor explained that the housing scheme is in partnership with Bamhill Properties, initiated to solve the ...

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Lekki Developer Breaks LASBCA’s Stop-work Order 


The Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA) has said it would swoop on a building developer that flagrantly removed its stop-work seal on a site in Lekki for violating the state’s building code. A senior official of LASBCA told newsmen last week that the Director of Enforcement Unit would be briefed on the illegal resumption of work by the developer ...

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Boat Operators Urge FG, LASG To Upgrade Waterways Infrastructure, Security


Boat operators under the aegis of the Association of Tourism Boats Operators and Water Transporters of Nigeria (ATBOWATON) have asked the Federal Government and the Lagos State Government (LASG) to upgrade the infrastructures along the Lagos State inland waterways while also improving the security of the waterways. Addressing newsmen, on Wednesday, in Badagry during a tour of the Badagry-CMS inland ...

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The best investments to consider in a hyperinflation economy like Nigeria


Let’s face it, Nigeria’s rising inflation plus lower options for high-yielding investments are already driving a significant number of investors away from Africa’s leading frontier market. This is coming at a time when Nigeria’s top-performing investment asset class for 2020 is currently having a year-to-date return of around -3.30%. Recent data published by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) reveals ...

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Oyetola inaugurates flyover construction in Osogbo


Governor Gboyega Oyetola of Osun on Thursday inaugurated a N3.1 billion flyover construction at the popular Olaiya junction in Osogbo. Oyetola, during the inauguration, said the project was in swift response to the need to secure the future population explosion of the state capital. He identified meeting traffic needs, eradicating needless auto crashes and enhancing the quality of lives of ...

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Lagos to Shut Third Mainland Bridge for 48 Hours from Friday

Third Mainland Bridge

The Lagos State Government has announced plans to shut the Third Mainland Bridge from midnight, Friday, February 19 to the midnight of Sunday, 21, 2021 for final rehabilitation works. The bridge, which has been under repairs for the past six months will be shut to allow the contractor to cast the final rehabilitated expansion joint before it will be finally ...

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Family Accuses Anambra Chief Judge Of Hijacking Family Land

Chief judge

The family of an Anambra State-based lawyer, Harold Ekwerekwu, has accused the Chief Judge of the State, Justice Onochie Anyachebelu, of illegally acquiring their family land for personal gains. The family accused the Chief Judge of unjustly issuing an ex-parte order to demolish the building on the family land. Speaking with SaharaReporters, Ekwerekwu said the disputed land sited in Onitsha ...

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LASG Demolishes Banana Island, Ikoyi Houses over Violations


The Lagos State Government(LASG) has warned residents that it would no longer condone any abuse of building laws in the state. The warning followed the spate of buildings collapse and flagrant disobedience to the regulations guiding the erecting of buildings in the state. The state government(LASG) said it has noticed that many residents are building without due recourse to state ...

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