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Six security guards sent to prison for theft

The Trustees of the Capstone Church located at 360, Muritala Muhammed Way, Yaba, Lagos have dragged their six security men to court for allegedly stealing iron rods and cement valued at N18m..

Three arrested over rail track vandalism

The Enugu State Police Command has arrested three suspects believed to be behind the rail tracks vandalism and the sale of the components to their accomplices.

Lagos government arraigns 50 suspects over vandalisation of government equipment

The Lagos States Government on Thursday arraigned 50 suspects before Chief Magistrate Bola Osunsanmi of Court 4, Ikeja Magisterial District over attack and vandalization of government equipment (caterpillar) around Idansan Village, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos State.

Stakeholders oppose concession of Ajaokuta Steel

Experts in the Mining Sector have said that any attempt by the Federal Government to concession Ajaokuta would lead to corruption and mortgaging the security of Nigeria.

Katsina govt to support waste-to-wealth enterprises – Governor Masari

Katsina State Governor, Aminu Masari, says his administration would encourage and support enterprises engaged in waste-to-wealth activities in the state.

Delta govt seeks N900 billion to resuscitate moribund industries

The Delta State government has sought for a whopping sum of N900billion to resuscitate the moribund steel plant, others in the state.

Five arraigned for stealing 600 bags of cement in Ekiti

The Ekiti State Government has arraigned five persons before a Chief Magistrates’ Court for stealing its 600 bags of cement and 16mm iron rods, valued at N1,530,000 and N35,000, respectively.

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