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The Sad Tale Of Federal Roads In Niger State

The Sad Tale Of Federal Roads In Niger State

The year 2022 was marred with deaths caused by road accidents due to bad roads in Niger State. As at August this year, Niger State  recorded 334 road accidents, with 212 of 2,168 People involved who died in the accidents. The ...

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USD: Etinan Communities Receive Princess (Dr.) Victoria Ibokette With Pomp And Pageantry

USD: Etinan Communities Receive Princess (Dr.) Victoria Ibokette With Pomp And Pageantry

…Promises Full Support For Her Senatorial Ambition By Inemesit Amos The visit of political ward 7 by Princess (Dr.) Victoria Ibokette, as she canvasses for vote to represent Uyo Senatorial District at the National Assembly, the entire community was lighted ...

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Inferno Razes Residential Building In Itu

Inferno Razes Residential Building In Itu

… Cremates Everything, As Father Of Five Cries Out For Help By Saviour Ekpe The family of Mr. Enefiok Archibong Eyo is in an unabated cry as all their property and that of their two tenants have been completely cremated ...

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First Female Uyo Senatorial District Candidate and First Senatorial Candidate from Etinan, Receives Royal Blessing

First Female Uyo Senatorial District Candidate and First Senatorial Candidate from Etinan, Receives Royal Blessing

…This is Our Own, and we desire a change – Iman Ibom Traditional Ruler’s Council By Inemesit Amos The first female senatorial hopeful for Uyo Senatorial District has again been given royal acceptance by the Iman Ibom Traditional Ruler’s Council. ...

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Vertiv Introduces Water-Efficient Liquid Cooling Solution

Vertiv Introduces Water-Efficient Liquid Cooling Solution

Vertiv (NYSE: VRT) (https://bit.ly/3XKTmzN), has introduced the Liebert® XDU (https://bit.ly/3VeQrh7), a new generation of thermal management systems that supports liquid-cooled servers and enables the control of liquid quality, flow and pressure. As high-density computing applications such as data analytics and ...

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Chinese Community Renovates Schools, Builds More Classroom In Lagos

Chinese Community Renovates Schools, Builds More Classroom In Lagos

To provide a conducive environment for Nigerian pupils, the Consulate General of People’s Republic of China in Lagos, in partnership with the Chinese community and Hua Xing Arts Troupe, Nigeria, has handed over the newly renovated primary schools in Okokomaiko ...

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Flood: DESOPADEC Closes Camp, Sends IDPs Home With Cash

Flood: DESOPADEC Closes Camp, Sends IDPs Home With Cash

There was wide jubilation in Delta State at the weekend as the Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (DESOPADEC) doled out cash to victims of the recent flood disaster as the agency closed its Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps ...

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Lagos Builds 167 Public Toilets, Registers 635 Operators

Lagos Builds 167 Public Toilets, Registers 635 Operators

In commemoration of the 2022 World Toilet Day marked on Saturday, the Lagos State Government says it has constructed 167 public toilets in selected areas of the state. A statement by the Director of Public Affairs, Ministry of Environment and ...

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NITDA, JICA Partner To Boost Startups In North East

NITDA, JICA Partner To Boost Startups In North East

The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) in collaboration with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) have mapped out strategies to boost startup businesses in Nigeria’s North East region ravaged by insurgency. This was the crux of the NITDA-JICA North East ...

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4 Battling For Survival As Stephen Keshi Stadium Collapses In Delta

4 Battling For Survival As Stephen Keshi Stadium Collapses In Delta

Four persons are battling for survival at the hospital as the Multiple Sports Complex at the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba, Delta State, collapsed Thursday morning. This may not be unconnected with the speed at which the construction work was ...

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