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Federal government to establish 300 hectares of woodlot in Gombe

The federal government is to establish 300 hectares of woodlot in seven out of the 11 Local Government Areas of Gombe State.

Governor Ikpeazu decries menace of plastics on environment

Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has decried the menace of plastic products to the environment, urging residents of the state to embrace the campaign on reducing the use of plastics in the environment.

Minister advocates establishment of erosion management studies centre

Baffled by the alarming rate of flood and gully erosion devastating Anambra State and other parts of the South-east, the Minister of State for Environment Ibrahim Usman Jibril has called on the state university to, as a matter of priority, establish a National Centre for Erosion Studies to tackle the menace.

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Gboyega Nasiru Isiaka

Flood: Aspirant calls on Ogun government to set up relief fund

Two-time governorship candidate and a gubernatorial aspirant of African Democratic Congress (ADC) in Ogun State, Gboyega Nasiru Isiaka, has called on the state government to set up a relief fund to mitigate the losses suffered by victims of the flood that ravaged Abeokuta metropolis last Friday

N15m theft: Judge revokes clerk’s bail over failure to attend proceedings

Justice Olusola Williams of an Ikeja High Court on Monday revoked the bail of Olufemi Oluyamoju, a clerk of Asset Management Group Ltd, charged with N15 million for failing to attend court proceedings.

Governor Masari: Katsina government, World Bank to spend N50 billion on flooding

The Katsina State Government says it is working with the World Bank to spend N50 billion to tackle erosion, desertification and flooding in the state.
Roberto Martinez and Eden Hazard

Belgium’s Roberto Martinez hints at Eden Hazard’s Chelsea exit

Belgium head coach, Roberto Martinez, has hinted that his captain, Eden Hazard, could leave Chelsea this summer.
PROFESSOR IS-HAQ AKINTOLA

Stop blaming President Buhari for killings – MURIC tells Nigerians

The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has advised Nigerians to stop blaming President Muhammadu Buhari for killings around the country.