The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation has unveiled plans to exit importation of petroleum products by 20I9. Group Managing Director, Dr.
More people have died following the outbreak of a mysterious illness that began in southeastern Liberia but has spread to the capital, with 12 unexplained deaths so far, health authorities told AFP
As the World Asthma Day is marked tomorrow, medical experts have urged the Federal Government to subsidise medications on the ailment and create specialised centres to manage it.
Women’s Earth Alliance (WEA) have revealed that over 93,000 persons in the country, particularly women, die every year due to smoke inhalation, while cooking with firewood.
At least, seven communities in Iluleha, near Sabongida-Ora, Owan West Local Government Area of Edo State are under threat of gully erosion that has destroyed the only road linking the community wit
Worried by industrial pollution by the 430 industries operating in the State, the Ogun State government in conjunction with the State Ministry of Environment together with the Ministry of Commerce
Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki yesterday said his administration would prosecute and punish those who encroach on the state’s forest reserves, especially the Ogba Zoological Garden.
More than 800 people have died in a meningitis outbreak in Nigeria but the disease is now spreading more slowly, health minister Isaac Adewole said on Wednesday.
The UNEP had in its 2011 report presented to the Federal Government, recommended that at least $1 billion would be required in the first five years, which is expected to be completed in three decad
There was a heavy downpour in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital, yesterday that left many roads across the state covered by flood.
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