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How Homelessness affects Children

Homeless Children

According to recent estimates, there are about 108 million Nigerians technically homeless. Often discernible from others in outward appearance, homeless children and youth face unique challenges associated with residential instability that compound many other difficulties associated with living in poverty. In this article, we shall look at how homelessness affects children What Is Homelessness? Homelessness includes a range of experiences, ...

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When Does it Become Necessary to Demolish a Building?

Demolish

Building takes time, and demolition takes consideration. Demolishing a building isn’t easy, and it requires careful, detailed planning to demolish any structure. When is it really necessary to carry out a demolition? Whether corporate buildings or household projects are considered, demolition services should be engaged by inquiring minds and conservative pursuits. When is it time to demolish a building? The ...

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Task force demolishes suspected criminal hideouts in Lagos

Task force demolishes suspected criminal hideouts in Lagos

Reports show that operatives of the Lagos State Task Force, on Sunday demolished over 2,500 illegal shanties allegedly used as hideouts by criminals and hoodlums at White Sand, Jakande Estate, on Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos. The Guardian reports that the Chairman of the Force, Olayinka Egbeyemi, a Superintendent of Police, who led the operation, disclosed that more than 2,500 illegal shanties ...

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LASG Set To Demolish Shanties On The Island After Sallah

Shanties

The Special Committee on Clean- Up of Ikoyi, Lekki, and Victoria Island inaugurated by the State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode last week has concluded plans to commence the enforcement of the Environmental Sanitation and Town Planning laws in the affected areas after the Sallah holidays. The Secretary to the State Government (SSG) and Chairman of the Committee, Mr Tunji Bello ...

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