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The Borno Government on Saturday said it had constructed two model boarding primary schools to enrol children orphaned by the Boko Haram insurgency.
The Minister of Water Resources, Mr Suleiman Adamu, says no fewer than 93 per cent of Nigerians consume water from unwholesome sources.
A fleeing kidnap suspect identified as Charles Nwaichi has been confirmed dead by the Abia State Police Command.
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) says it has secured 1.55 billion dollars from multilateral corporations to finance its transmission expansion projects in the country.
A former Nigerian president, Olusegun Obasanjo, has said some of the projects that constituted the Paris Club debt were dubious and fraudulent.
Yobe state government in collaboration with the World Bank have supported returnee Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and those still in camps with farm inputs.
The Lagos State Government on Friday described reports that the foreign firms it is partnering in the water sector failed in other countries as “a blatant falsehood.”
The Ogun government on Monday explained why it approached the World Bank to secure a $350 million loan.
The gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ogun State in the 2015 general elections, Gboyega Nasir Isiaka, has faulted the recent request by the Ogun State Government for a fresh $350 million World Bank loan.
Notably, however, Nigeria has a mixed enterprise economic system; consequently, Government does not require gigantic budgets in order to create the conducive environment that facilitates participation by the much larger private sector in delivering basic projects and essential services.
The World Bank-assisted Commercial Agricultural Development Project (CADP) has constructed a 10-kilometre feeder road linking some rural communities in Enugu State, to ease evacuation of agricultural produce.
Speaker of parliament for self-declared state of Somaliland has resigned on Wednesday to vie for the presidency ahead of the autonomous region’s election in November.
The Executive Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Mr Muhammad Nami, has launched a national tour of the six geo-political zones to sensitise the nation, especially taxpayers, on the 2019 Finance Act.
Gunmen have abducted Dr David Ugwu, an Associate Professor with University of Calabar and Mr Morris Archibong, a Staff of Cross River Newspaper Corporation at the weekend.
Nollywood actress Beverly Naya who embarked on a trip from Accra to Lagos has raised an alarm of “no health precautions” at the point of entry she passed through.
Mr Mohammed Jibrin, Director-General (DG) of National Board for Technology Incubation (NBTI), says the board is ready to bring in technologies that will create immediate jobs to support hardworking and performing governors.
The state police command spokesman, DSP William Aya, told newsmen that the man was rescued inside the bush where he was abandoned by the abductors.
Mr Benedict Agweye, the Head of Forensic, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), says Nigerian youths are very important stakeholders in the anti-corruption war.
La Liga president Javier Tebas has praised UEFA for taking the decision to ban Manchester City for two years from the Champions League.
Premier League clubs could be forced to lose four of their non-home grown players as the FA look to change the rules in a post Brexit world.
Following several hours of unsuccessful search for the body of a man, identified as Mr Daibo Toju Davies, 22, who committed suicide by jumping into the Lagoon from Third Mainland Bridge inward Adeniji Adele Road, Lagos Island, on Saturday, men of the Lagos State Emergency Agency, LASEMA, and other rescue team have suspend further search for the next 48 hours.
The Alaigbo Development Foundation (ADF) has rejected a community policing proposal for the South-East region.