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112 Million Nigerians Lack Access to Basic Sanitation

February 12, 20150

Water Aid Nigeria, an international non-governmental organisation has put the number of people in Nigeria with lack of access to…

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Launched: Nigeria’s Youth Entrepreneurship Strategy Programme #YesNigeria

February 10, 20150

The Nigeria’s youth entrepreneurship strategy (YES) was launched in Abuja, Nigeria today – Tuesday 10th February, 2015. This is a…

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Find Your PVC Pickup Location Online

February 4, 20150

According to INEC, the PVC (Permanent Voters Card) is smart card based voters’ identity with voter’s information such as bio-data,…

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Nigeria Elections 2015: Pledge to Vote

January 26, 20150

As the Nigeria elections in 2015 draws nearer, Google Nigeria started a campaign to help Nigerians pledge to vote. With…

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Top 20 Universities in Nigeria

January 22, 20150

The rankings of top 20 Universities in Nigeria for the year 2014 has been provided by the 4 International Colleges…

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Most Successful Women in Africa

January 2, 20150

  Africa’s Most Successful Women introduces you to the most outstanding African women who are making giant strides in business,…

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Nigeria: FG flags off National Water Supply and Sanitation Data Survey

December 13, 20140

The Federal Government has flagged off the National Water Supply and Sanitation Data Survey that will enhance performance tracking system…

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Ondo State signs ₦2.4b Contract for Water Treatment Plant

December 9, 20140

In what seems to be the long-sought breakthrough in the search for potable water for residents of fishing communities located…

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Nigeria: Generating Electricity from Sewage Water

December 9, 20140

An associate Professor, Industrial Bio-chemistry and Bio-Processes, Federal University of Technology (FUT), Minna, Dr Egwin Evans, said the country could…

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