Birnin Kebbi — Farmers in Kebbi State have raised alarm over a fresh invasion of their farms by maggots that are causing their crops to wither.
Nigeria's capital is one of the most highly modernised cities in Africa.
The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) on Wednesday said two of the three confirmed cases of Lassa fever died within three months in the territory.
Michael Mpari, 45, came out of the polluted waters in the creeks of Bodo, a community in Gokana Local Government area in Ogoni, Rivers State, drenched in crude oil from head to toe, carrying a brok
Officials of the World Health Organisation (WHO), and the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) have commenced investigation into the cause of widespread soot in Rivers State.
The Police in Jigawa State on Monday said two persons, Mati Bako, 17, and Tanimu Kwalle, 25, had been killed by landslide.
The Department of Water and Sanitation to host the media and a delegation from the Nigerian Integrated Water Resources Management Commission at the Vaal Dam
Researchers Monday called on African governments to develop and implement home grown policies to help reduce air pollution in the emerging mega-cities.
The United Nation Children's Fund (UNICEF) said it has facilitated N70 million loan to 3,000 households to construct improved toilets in four states of the country through some Micro Finance Instit
Abuja — In a bid to revitalize the deplorable situation of the Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Sector, the Federal Government has declared state of emergency in the sector.
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