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Federal government moves to release funds to improve schools’ infrastructure

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Some tertiary institutions in Nigeria might soon get better infrastructure as the Federal Government announced its readiness to release intervention funds for 219 tertiary institutions in the country. The funds are meant to be released through the Tertiary Education Trust Fund for critical infrastructure. While listing the new tertiary institutions that would receive the funds, the TETFund Executive Secretary, Dr. ...

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The Framework of Construction Practices In Nigeria

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Construction practices in a developing country like Nigeria differ significantly in important aspects from practices in industrialized or developed countries. In Nigeria, the greatest challenge facing professionals in the field is that the practice of construction is not uniform. It varies with the client, size or complexity of the project from the perspective of the owners. This article sheds more ...

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Federal Universities to Enjoy Stable Electricity from December 2017

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Federal Government has promised that the 40 federal universities can expect access to uninterrupted power supply within the next 12-18 months, beginning from December 2017. According to a statement issued in Abuja by the Director of Press and Public Relations in the Ministry of Education, Ben Goong, the government plans to achieve this through its Energising Education Programme Initiative by utilising off-grid Independent Power ...

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What you should consider before investing in Student Housing

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When it comes to student housing it is not enough that a student claims studentship of an institution. The landlord should go the extra mile in getting every information necessary before he grants such student tenancy rights. Building houses close to a student population and constructing halls of residence for students has become a goldmine over the years regardless of ...

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