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SEICOM office in Kaduna gutted by fire

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World Bank Boss Urges Africa to Adopt Digitised Economies Method

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NBA Pledges Support Against Corruption, Insecurity

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  The head office of the Kaduna State Independent Electoral Commission (KADSIECOM), less than a month to the state’s local government election, was gutted by fire on Saturday April 21st 2018.   Fire Fighters Magazine correspondent gathered that the fire started around 10am, the top floor of the building was seen in flames, with fire …

The World Bank Group President, Mr Jim Kim, has urged African countries to grow with the digitised economies and the spread of advanced technologies, in order not to lose millions of jobs.   Kim gave the advice on 19th of April in Washington DC in a press conference to mark the official opening of the …

Dr Samuel Ankeli, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Disability Matters, says the over 3,500 public infrastructure constructed in Abuja, are not friendly to the People Living with Disability (PLWD).   Ankeli said this at a sensitisation workshop on the importance of Basic Registry and Information System in Nigeria (BRISIN) for Data governance, disability …

  The Nigerian Bar Association, Barnawa branch, Kaduna has called on its members to collaborate with government to proffer solutions to the key vices militating against the peaceful coexistence in the Country.   The branch Chairman, Mr Napoleon Idenala, made the call at the branch maiden opening ceremony of the 2018 Law Week on the …

  The Police in Jigawa on recently said two persons, Mati Bako, 17, and Tanimu Kwalle, 25, had been killed by landslide.   The Police Spokesman in the state, SP Abdu Jinjiri, confirmed the incident to newsmen in Dutse.   Jinjiri said three others, Sani Haruna, 31, Aliyu Yusif, 30, and Nazifi Yusuf were injured, …

The benefits of electricity to mankind are quite enormous. Energy from electricity powers appliances and equipment in our homes, businesses and industries. Its utility in our daily life is never-ending.  The lightings, televisions, heating systems, cookers, refrigerators, air-conditioners, photocopiers, production machines, etc. are some of the appliances and equipment powered by electricity in the comfort …

The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), recently sealed a petrol station affiliated to the downstream petroleum sector retail arm of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) for selling fuel above government regulated price.   The DPR Zonal Operations Controller for Abuja, Mr Abba Misau, said this shortly after sealing the station.   The station, which …

The Edo Government says it is partnering with the European Union (EU) to provide potable water to 46 rural communities across the state.   The Commissioner for Water and Energy Resources, Mr Yekini Idaiye, stated this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Wednesday in Benin.   Idaiye, who was reacting …

Rainstorm Destroys Properties worth millions of naira in Ilorin, Kwara State Rainstorm has destroyed more than 40 electricity poles and other property worth millions of naira in some parts of the Kwara state capital, Ilorin, resulting in blackout.   The rainstorm which took place recently in areas such as Offa garage, Olulade, Ita-Alamau, Gaa-Akanbi and …

  A pan-African Non-Governmental Organisation, African Forest Forum (AFF), has called for a sustainable forest management in Africa, to mitigate the effects of climate change.   Mr Godwin Kowero, the Executive Secretary of AFF, made the call at the opening of the forum’s training Programme with the theme ‘ Modelling Climate and Applications to the …