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The Federal Government has issued the Water Use Licence to the Kano Hydro and Energy Development Company (KHEDCO), to enable it boost the country’s electricity.
Lagos State government has urged occupants of marked distressed buildings across the state to immediately vacate them pending the arrival of the demolition team of Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA).
Stephanie Idolor, the lady who videotaped Success, an angry school pupil sent home for not paying her school fees, is to receive N500,000.
The eight-year-old Nigerian chess champion, Tanitoluwa Adewunmi, and his family have moved into a new apartment, courtesy of goodwill donations after his success story went viral.
Prof. Moji Adeyeye, the Director-General, National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, has commended the staff of the agency for living up to expectation in its 25 years of existence.
In continuation of its ongoing raids on black sports in order to stem the tide of cultism and other criminal elements, the Anambra State Police Command has arrested 113 suspected cultists, child theft and armed robbers across the state, in which 45 suspected cultists were charged to court, 35 screened out while 33 others under investigation.
Sixteen candidates from various political parties have filed petitions at the National Assembly Election Petitions Tribunal sitting at the State High Court, Iyaganku Ibadan, Oyo State, following the Feb. 23 elections.
An Non-Governmental Organisation, Development Communication Network (DEVCOMS) has called on Nigerians to protect their family members from the menace of Tuberculosis (TB).
The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, has directed the Zonal Assistant Inspectors General of Police and their respective Commissioners of Police in states where supplementary elections are taking place to ensure that adequate mechanisms are in place towards ensuring a safe and secure environment for the conduct of the elections.
Travelex Nigeria Limited at the weekend disclosed that Nigeria and other African countries “are losing over $50 billion annually through illicit financial flows.”
Ethiopian Airlines will work with investigators in Ethiopia, the U.S. and elsewhere “to figure out what went wrong with flight 302’’, the airline’s CEO, Tewolde Gebremariam, said on Monday.