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…

Global Experts on Clean Energy and the Built Environment Headline Workshop on Sustainable Energy

Experts from around the world share strategies for roadmap on decarbonization In the lead up to the Clean Energy Ministerial and Mission Innovation’s Global Clean Energy Action Forum in Pittsburgh, dozens of international, national and regional experts in clean energy,…

AIR POLLUTION: LSMOH Partners LASEPA, UrbanBetter on Clean Air Campaign

September 7 is International Day of Clean Air Air Pollution remains the most insidious disease causing factor globally In its bid to protect the Lagos state environment and the welfare of residents, the Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA) and…

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…

Diageo launches innovation fund to help mitigate climate change in smallholder farms in Africa

Diageo announces £450k of funding for three innovations intended to lessen and monitor the impact of water and climate crises on smallholder farms in Africa. Smallholder farmers are highly vulnerable to weather changes and water scarcity arising from climate change.…

FG To Pay $496m To Settle Foreign Firm’s Claims Over Steel Plants

The federal government has agreed to pay $496 million to settle a multi-billion dollar claim from Global Steel Holdings Limited, following the termination of a contract to upgrade the country’s steel plants, Reuters is reporting. The news agency quoted Abubakar Malami, attorney-general of the…

Traders lament losses as tanker explodes in Ogun

Traders on Ogun State’s Lambe-Matogun road have recounted their losses after a fuel tanker exploded on Saturday, destroying their shops and properties. The fire is said to have destroyed five shops worth millions of naira, including electricity cables. According to…

Deadly attack targets Somalia food convoy

At least 20 people, including women and children, have been killed and food aid destroyed after militants attacked several vehicles in Somalia’s central Hiiraan region. “They put a bomb while people were in the car and blew it up,” the…

Road Safety: Anambra Command Flags off Awareness Campaign

The Anambra State Command of the Federal Roads Safety Corps on Saturday flagged of ember months campaign with an awareness and fitness walk. The Corps Marshals’ walk which was held in Awka was attended by officials of the Nigeria Immigration…

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