Despite the ban on commercial tricycles along major highways in Abuja, there seem to be some form of reappearance of the vehicle, as operators boldly flout this directive without fear of prosecution.
From the Airport road, Zuba or Nyanya-Mararaba axis, tricycle riders operate in full throttle i [...]
Media sector and non-governmental organizations have condemned the suspension by the National Broadcasting Commission, NBC, of the broadcast licence of Daar Communications Plc, owners of the African Independent Television, AIT, Ray Power FM radio and Faaji FM radio.
The groups described t [...]
The growing trend of petty trading on pedestrian bridges across the Federal Capital Territory has become a source of concern to most residents of the city.
Ideally, pedestrian br [...]
A non-governmental organization, FlexiSAF Foundation, in partnership with WASTE Africa, have entered into an agreement to jointly tackle the alarming rate of out of school children and the rising rate of plastic waste.
The groups in an MoU signed at the Ruga city village, a suburb of Wuye [...]
The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has waded into the crisis rocking the African Action Congress, AAC, following the suspension of Omoyele Sowore as the party’s national chairman.
The INEC has declared the suspension null and void in a May 14 letter.
According to [...]
The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has charged the newly inaugurated members of the Nigerian Railway Corporation, NRC, board ‘not to slow down’ the work of the agency for rail development in the country.
Amaechi gave the charge during the inauguration of the Niger [...]
A non-governmental organisation, Follow The Money, has emerged winner of the United Nations, UN, Sustainable Development Goals Mobilizer Award.
This was disclosed at the SDG Global Festival of Action in Bonn, Germany.
In a press statement signed by Mrs. Kevwe Oghide, communications [...]
Nigeria’s capital city, Abuja, has been in the news over raids of night clubs and striptease houses by officials of the Federal Capital Territory Administration, police and a non-governmental organization.
In the raids, which have continued to divide opinions, suspected prostitutes and po [...]
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