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As Nigeria Joins The World To Combat Desertification And Drought

By Ogunjobi Oluwamuyiwa Felix Have you heard the word ‘Desertification’ before? Are you aware of the devastating impacts it could have? Does it make any sense to have a hand in such environmental disaster? Wouldn’t you rather be a solution to this threat? By way of introduction, Desertification is the process by which a fertile […]

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World Environment Day 2017

By Ogunjobi Oluwamuyiwa Felix  Ignorance is not an option – the environment is the “stage” for every “performance”, every entity is important to it if the world would remain an ecosystem – a self-supporting system. In the wake of recent global happenings, one cannot but think of what would become of our world in the […]

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Gov. El-Rufai Of Northern Nigeria Develops 32 Year Master Plan For Kaduna

By Amos Tauna Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai of Northern Nigeria on Tuesday said that the state government is ready to present a master plan of the state. He said that the public would be given room for possible amendment before final presentation and documentation. The state government hinted that, some of the contractors who […]

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Celebrating Reroute Of The Cross River Superhighway – A Win For Wildlife!

By Adebote ‘Seyifunmi Earlier this year, environmentalists stood up to vehemently challenge Prof. Ben Ayade’s decision to construct a proposed ‘Cross River Superhighway’. It did not matter that the idea seemed beautiful on the surface – a 260 kilometers long highway with anti-slip features, speed cameras and to crown it, high-speed internet connectivity while connecting […]

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Nigeria: First Plastic House In Kaduna, Lasts Over 200 Years-Engr. Yahaya Ahmed

By Amos Tauna A house in Kaduna, northwest Nigeria, constructed with plastic bottle can last over 200 years if properly constructed, the Chief Executive Officer, Devepmental Association for Renewable Energy in Nigeria, Engr. Yahaya Ahmed, has observed. According to him, “The plastic bottled house can last for more than 200 year if constructed properly, it […]

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United Nations Warn Against Case Of Humanitarian Crises In African

By Winifred Bulus United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR),has revealed risk of mass deaths in parts of Africa including, Nigeria and Yemen. This was made known by Adrian Edwards, the spokesperson of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) during a press briefing in Geneva, Switzerland. He added that this was a result […]

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Ethiopia Rubbish Landslide Kills 48 In Addis Ababa – BBC

At least 48 people have been killed in a landslide at a vast rubbish dump on the outskirts of Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa, officials say. They say dozens of people are still missing since the landslide on Saturday night at the Koshe landfill. A resident said 150 people were there at the time. A number […]

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Nigerian Military Destroy 80 Illegal Refineries In Niger-Delta

By Lontong Ibrahim Nigerian Military joint operation, code named ‘Delta Safe,’ have intensified operation against crude oil theft in the Niger-Delta region of the country. During the operation, they destroyed 80 illegal refineries in Bayelsa, Delta and Rivers States. A statement by the Co-coordinator, Joint Media Campaign Centre of the Operation, Major Abubakar Abdullahi, noted […]

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