Lagos Water Corporation Discovers Mass Looting of Water Pipes Hits Ishasi Waterworks

The Lagos Water Corporation has decried the mass looting of Water Pipes at LWC Ishasi major Waterworks. This was disclosed today, Friday 30th September, 2022 at the Corporation’s Headquarters, Ijora, Lagos. In a statement, the Corporation explained that the World…

Over 400 Experts allege Grave Health and Climate Risks: Oppose Manchin’s Fossil Fuel bill

In a letter delivered to House Speaker Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Schumer today, more than 400 scientists and health professionals urged Congress to reject the energy permitting reform bill released yesterday by Senator Joe Manchin. The letter cites grave public…

#WorldCleanAirDay: C21st to participate in #Cityzens4CleanAir campaign

C21st Programme Assistant selected as RUN Leader in Lagos September 7 is annual World Clean Air Day Breathing clean air is fundamental human right The Centre For 21st Century Issues (C21st), has joined the rest of the world to raise…

Building Collapses: AA Lagos Guber Candidate, Tope Balogun, regrets inaction by lagos government

AA Governorship Candidate, Hon. Tope Balogun laments the incessant building collapses; lays blame on current Lagos state executive and calls for an end to the impunity of ‘untouchable elites’.

Shell: We are Investigating Peremabiri Oil Spill in Bayelsa

The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) on Monday, September 5, 2022, said it was investigating a report of an oil spill from its asset at Ogboinbiri in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. An operational mishap…

Pakistan: Frantic efforts to prevent disaster as floods continue

With more than 33 million people impacted, that represents 15 per cent of the total Pakistani population, said Dr. Palitha Mahipala, World Health Organization (WHO) Representative in the country. Some “6.4 plus million people are in dire need of humanitarian aid”,…

How countries can better cope with flood risk

Catastrophic floods have hit Pakistan in recent weeks that have killed over 1,000 people, displaced close to 500,000 and impacted the lives of over 30 million residents. The floods have left more than one-third of the country submerged in water, with…

Environmental crisis: Organisations call for urgent intervention

The Global Initiative for Food Security Ecosystem Preservation (GIFSEP), Coal Free Nigeria and 350Africa.org on Wednesday, called for urgent intervention to mitigate environmental crisis across the country. The Executive Director of GIFSEP, Mr Michael Terungwa, made the call at a…

Buhari pledges support for 500,000 victims of floods

President Muhammadu Buhari says he receives regular updates on flooding, which has affected more than 500,000 Nigerians since January. In statement issued by his media aide, Malam Garba Shehu, on Tuesday in Abuja, the president extended condolences to those affected…

Plateau LG seeks support for flood victims

Quan’an Pan Local Government Area of Plateau has appealed to relevant government agencies to assist victims of flood that ravaged some communities in the area. The chairman of the local government area, Mr Ernest Da’a, made the appeal when he conducted an on…

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