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Inyishi Water Supply Project
Apart from the Gurara hydropower plant, Kashimbila hydropower plant, Gurara II, Lokoja and Dasin hausa, which has either been completed, about to be completed or in talks with potential investors.
A French government spokesman on Wednesday accused US President Donald Trump of a lack of “common decency” for attacking his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on Twitter on the third anniversary of a jihadist massacre in Paris.
The decision is a fresh sign that authorities are getting tough on police brutality after years in which civilians and human rights groups accused the police of excessive force.
An Ota Magistrates’ Court in Ogun, on Wednesday sentenced a teenager, Segun Agboola, to one year imprisonment for stealing an unregistered Bajaj motorcycle valued at N215,000.
Indigenes of Enugu West Senatorial District resident in Lagos State have resolved to vote for individuals and not political parties during the 2019 general elections.
Civil servants in Greece walked off the job Wednesday in a 24-hour strike to protest austerity measures, demanding wage and pension increases as well as the abolition of all legislation as part of the country’s international bailouts, according to Daily mail.
A Federal High Court in Lagos on Monday dismissed applications for case transfer filed by Sen. Ayo Adeseun and Olanrewaju Otiti, seeking transfer of a criminal charge against them to the Ibadan Division of the court.
Two former ministers under Robert Mugabe appeared in court in Harare on Wednesday on corruption charges, nearly a year after Zimbabwe’s long-time ruler was ousted from power.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says it will offer scholarships to foreign nationals who perform “exceptionally” in its next Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
Klopp's side suffered a 2-0 defeat to the Serbian club in their Champions League group game on Tuesday night, and lost ground on Manchester City and Chelsea at the top of the Premier League after drawing with Arsenal 1-1 last weekend.
Zimbabweans have reacted with stunned disbelief to the testimony by two generals who denied troops killed six people in August when the military was called in to crush protests following the country's disputed elections.