President Buhari To Transform Tenants To Proud Owners of Houses

President Buhari will soon introduce an affordable housing scheme that will transform thousands of Nigerian tenants to proud owners of houses and plots of land. Garba Shehu said the scheme will operate through the mortgage banking system as part of the programmes meant to uplift the quality of lives of the Nigerian citizens. Shehu said…

LASG defends demolition of structures in Ikoyi

The Lagos State Government on Saturday said owners of buildings recently demolished in Ikoyi area of the state were duly served with contravention, removal and quit notices before the exercise was carried out. The Commissioner for Ministry of Information and Strategy, Mr Steve Ayorinde, said in a statement that the government had noted with dismay…

NIMC prints 1m National e-ID cards

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) on Saturday said it had printed about one million National e-ID Cards and issued over 400,000 to their owners across the country. The commission disclosed this in a statement issued by its Head, Corporate Communications, Mr Chika Ogbonna, in reaction to complaints by Nigerians that the process of obtaining…

We served contravention notices before demolishing structures in Ikoyi-LASG

Kazeem Ugbodaga The Lagos State Government on Saturday said owners of the buildings demolished in Ikoyi were duly served with contravention, removal and quit notices before the exercise was carried out, just as it vowed to intensify efforts to rid the State of illegal structures. In a statement issued by the Commissioner, Ministry of Information…

We served contravention notices before demolishing structures in Ikoyi-LASG

Mr Steve Ayorinde, Commissioner for Information and Strategy Kazeem Ugbodaga The Lagos State Government on Saturday said owners of the buildings demolished in Ikoyi were duly served with contravention, removal and quit notices before the exercise was carried out, just as it vowed to intensify efforts to rid the State of illegal structures. In a…

Owners of demolished structures in Ikoyi duly served notices – Ayorinde

…….Vows to Rid State Of Illegal Structures The Lagos State Government on Saturday said owners of the buildings demolished in Ikoyi were duly served with contravention, removal and quit notices before the exercise was carried out, just as it vowed to intensify efforts to rid the State of illegal structures. In a statement issued by…

Insure users of your facilities, govt. directs recreation park owners in Enugu

The Enugu State Government has directed recreation and event centre operators in the state to provide insurance cover for users of their facilities. The Commissioner for Information in the state, Dr Godwin Udeuhele, said this after the State Executive Council meeting in Enugu on Friday night. He said the directive was aimed at providing some…

FRSC convicts 25 motorists in Jos

FRSC Boss, Boboye Oyeyemi and other corps marshalls The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), Plateau Command, has convicted 25 motorists in Jos over various road traffic offences. The Corps Public Education Officer in the state, Mr Andrew Bala, disclosed this on Saturday in Jos. Bala said that the offenders were apprehended via a Mobile Court…

Samsung Recall Galaxy Note 7 Over Battery Problem

Samsung is recalling millions of new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones worldwide after reports of the devices catching fire while charging. The massive recall of one of Samsung’s flagship devices is an embarrassing setback for the world’s biggest selling smartphone maker. The Note 7 was unveiled just a month ago, and big rival Apple (AAPL, Tech30)…

NOUN shuts five illegal Lagos study centres

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) said on Friday that it had identified and closed down five illegal study centres operating in different parts of Lagos. The Director, Media and Information of the institution, Malam Ibrahim Sheme, disclosed this in Lagos. Sheme explained that following reports from some concerned Nigerians, NOUN had to constitute…

NOUN Shuts Five Illegal Study Centres In Lagos

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) said on Friday that it had identified and closed down five illegal study centres operating in different parts of Lagos. The Director, Media and Information of the institution, Malam Ibrahim Sheme, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos. Sheme explained that…