DANGOTE PETITIONS TRADE MINISTRY, WANTS BUA SUGAR REFINERY SHUT DOWN

By Admin. *It’s because we refused price Increase during Ramadan BUA replies The war between two cement companies in the country DANGOTE and BUA is becoming messier by the day with the former’s decision to petition the Federal Government asking the Ministry of Trade to shut dow the later’s  Sugar Refinery located in Port Harcourt. In the letter dated 28th January, 2021 signed by Aliko Dangote himself as the Chairman Dangote Industries Limited, the billionaire claimed that when the BUA Sugar refinery was opened , he warned the Government and…

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Encroach on govt land and face the wrath–Gov. Sule

By Takuruku Emmanuel, Lafia The Nasarawa State Government has warned individuals encroaching into government reserved areas and layouts in some local government Areas of the state to desist henceforth, or face the wrath of the law. Consequently, the government said it had set up a seven- man committee to review all existing report on encroachment and distortion of Government layouts and G.R.As in the state and turn in it’s report in three weeks. Commissioner of Lands and Urban Development in Nasarawa state, Prof. Salihu Aligaza, issued the warning at a…

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JULIUS BERGER-AFP EXPANDS PRESENCE TO PORT HARCOURT

*Company Opens Magnificent Furniture Showroom in the beautiful Garden City “AFP is the best place to be (for furniture and furnishing needs) as far as Nigeria is concerned” – Rivers State Governor, His Excellency Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, CON. Abuja Furniture Production, AFP, the exotic furnishing and interior design and implemtation unit of Nigeria’s leading engineering construction company, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, has opened its latest Showroom in the beautiful Garden city of Port Harcourt. The high-end AFP Port Harcourt Showroom has been carefully planned over the past two years and…

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W’ll put Nasarawa on World Map-Lai.

By Takuruku Emmanuel, Lafia Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said that the federal government has plan to put Nasarawa State the world tourism map. To, this end, he said the federal government woild engage development partners to invest in Farin Ruwa water falls in Wamba local government Area in Nasarawa State to harness God given tourism potentials at the water falls. He spoke while on a visit to Farin Ruwa water falls in Wamba local government Area of Nasarawa state, weekend.. The minister said that…

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UNN uses Organic Waste to Generate 100 KVA driven Fuel Gasification Plant.

The University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) on Tuesday set the record of electricity generation by using organic waste to install 100KVA Refuse Drived Fuel (RDF) gasification plant for its Nsukka Campus. Prof Benjamin Ozumba, UNN Vice-Chancellor, who expressed happiness over the project during its inauguration, said the university would no longer be a customer to Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC). He said the project was first of its kind in Nigeria and described it as another feather added to the cap of the institution. “I am happy that the university…

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Stakeholders Call for Greater Collaboration Amongst Women to Ensure Inclusivity.

Admin Women have been urged to foster greater collaboration amongst themselves and to continue to innovate in the face of the growing negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, to ensure that no one is left behind. The call was made Thursday, March 25, at an event,  2021 Women National Business Agenda Policy Dialogue organized by the Association of Nigerian Women Business Network (ANWBN) in Abuja with the theme, “Women Leadership and Economic Equality. Speaking at the event, the Minister of Women Affairs, Dame Pauline Tallen, noted that as the world,…

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Security EsanLand

A PRESENTATION BY MAJOR GENERAL CECIL ONOSOLEASE ESEKHAIGBE (Rtd), PhD. DATE OF PRESENTATION: MAY 13, 2020 ESANLAND, modernly referred to as Edo Central Senatorial District, lies in the areas of 2800 square. kilometres, with 5 Local Government Areas of about less than a million people. According to the 2006 population census, Esan Central is 105,242, Esan West 127,718, Esan North East 121,989, Esan South East 166,309 and Igueben LGA 70,276. ESANLAND is bounded by the West of the bank of River Niger, Delta State and Edo North and South Senatorial…

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1999 Constitution Skewed to Favour the North-Middle Belt, Southern Leaders.

EMINENT Nigerians, including former Chief of Staff, Commodore Ebitu Ukiwe (retd); former Governor of Plateau State, Jonah Jang; Second Republic Senator, Professor Banji Akintoye; President-General of Ohaneze Ndigbo, Chief Nnia Nwodo; former Vice-Chairman of Arik Air, Senator Anietie Okon; Commodore Idongegist Nkanga, (retd); of PANDEF, the leader of Middle Belt Forum, Dr. Bitrus Pogu; former Minister, Prof. Yusuf Turaki and 121 others, yesterday, alleged that the 1999 constitution was skewed in favour of the North. They also petitioned the United Nations Security Council, African Union, European Union, United States and…

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JULIUS BERGER DELIVERS NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART NIGERIA IMMIGRATION SERVICE TECHNOLOGY BUILDING IN ABUJA FOR COMISSIONING

By Admin. The President and Commander-in-Chief, Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, has commissioned the new state-of-the-art Technology Building, Data Command, Communication and Control Centre of the Nigeria immigration Service in Abuja. This ultra-modern complex is the most technology-driven, digital and automated building the Nigeria Immigration Service has ever had since its establishment in 1958. The contract for the project was awarded to the country’s most reliable and generally preferred engineering construction company, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, on 1st November 2018 for the first phase, and the second phase was awarded on 14th…

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Gunmen abduct students, teacher in Uromi National Construction Institute

Admin. Gunmen have reportedly stormed the National Institute of Construction Technology in Uromi, Edo State and abducted two students and a teacher. Reports say that the heavily armed men stormed the institution in a commando-style around 3 pm on Wednesday, shooting sporadically into the air before gaining access into the campus. They were said to have taken away the abductees to an unknown destination forcing other staff and students to flee for their lives. Standard Gazette quoted one student as saying: “We are currently writing our second-semester exam, and the two…

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