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Jonathan or Buhari: Who Signed Controversial Azura Power Project?

It was reported on Sunday, that an unnamed ‘top Presidency Official’ told Journalists in Abuja, that the government of former President, Goodluck Jonathan, signed...

Surge pf passengers: NRC calls for more coaches

The Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) has called for additional coaches to address the high surge of passengers being witnessed at the various train stations. Mr...

Waiting for National air carrier

In 2003, the Olusegun Obasanjo administration liquidated Nigeria Airways, the government-owned national carrier, because it had failed as a business. However, succeeding administrations and aviation...

Amaechi pledges to ensure the completion of Lagos- Ibadan rail project

The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi has pledged to ensure the completion of the Lagos-Ibadan rail project in honour of the late Chairman of...

Senate approves refund of N37.9bn used in constructing Federal roads in Anambra

Senate has approved the reimbursement of N37.9 billion out of N43.5 billion expended by Anambra Government for the rehabilitation of some federal roads in the state.

BPE set to review privatisation process of power sector

The Bureau for Public Enterprises (BPE) has said that it would review Nigeria’s power sector privatisation process with a view to removing fundamental flaws...

You can establish power plant without government’s license, Fashola says

Babatunde Fashola, Minister of Works, Power and Housing, says interested investors are free to establish commercial independent power generation plant or solar power plant...

Lagos BRT and maintenance culture: A joy turns sour

Maintenance, according to Advanced Learners Dictionary can be defined as the process of protecting or preserving someone or something, or the process of keeping...

DisCos and market targets: How Nigerian electricity companies are ‘robbing Peter to pay Paul’

“All we are saying is give us prepaid meters, save our souls from this long-term corruption,” The bills are affecting our children, “Power bill...

Lagos communities storm court to challenge increase in electricity tariff

No Fewer than 300 protesters on Monday besieged the premises of the Federal High Court in Lagos to challenge increase in electricity tariff. The protesters...