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Driving in the rain can be both scary and dangerous, and it is important to take wet weather seriously when you are on the road. There are lots of things you can do to make driving in the rain safer,...
The Senate on Thursday passed a bill seeking the Yabatech conversion to the University of Technology. The bill, which was sponsored by Senator Gbenga Ashafa, was read the first time on November 16, 2016. In his lead debate, Ashafa argued that...
Prof. Benjamin Ozumba, Vice-Chancellor, University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), on Friday said that the 100 KVA Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) gas plant recently installed in the university would meet the institution’s energy need. Ozumba said this in Nsukka during a...
While Romanian citizens are getting ready to hit the polls to vote in the European elections, a group of self-proclaimed witches are working behind closed doors to make sure that the "right" candidates get seats. Euronews spoke to one of...
Marrakesh Menara Airport, Morocco: Africa's Finest And Most Beautiful Airport Many at times, we never can appreciate the beauty of nature until when we go out and look at it from a different perspective. An International Airport is a place...
Nigerian lawmakers have allocated N23.7 billion as severance gratuity for outgoing lawmakers of the National Assembly. The sum will also cover allowances for incoming legislators, their aides, funds for National Assembly induction and inauguration of the 9th Senate. The benefit was...
The New International Passport Will Commence On April 29 - Price & How To Apply by The Nigeria Immigration Service will commence the issuance of the much awaited New International Passport on the 29th April 2019. With the new passport,...
This is a throwback of the magnificent Onitsha Niger bridge at Onitsha. The images clearly showed what the bridge looks like during the war in 1967 and what it looks like in 2019. The Onitsha bridge links the Southeast...
Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata Jnr (punch) Once upon a time, you had to literally queue for years to be assigned a phone line and the number of years you had to wait would not in any way influence the allocation of...
Africa’s Automobile Giant: Though statistical growth of the country’s vehicle population reflects the huge potential of the subsector, its present state leaves much to be desired as this Africa’s most populous nation continues to import over 500,000 vehicles yearly. Nigeria’s...