As the Nigeria elections in 2015 draws nearer, Google Nigeria started a campaign to help Nigerians pledge to vote. With the campaign, you can pledge to vote and also nominate two people to vote during the Nigerian elections on 14th February 2015 for the Presidential election and 28th February 2015 for the Governorship election. Continue reading
Africa’s Most Successful Women introduces you to the most outstanding African women who are making giant strides in business, politics, technology, entrepreneurship and leadership on the continent and elsewhere around the world.
Today, we feature Mo Abudu. She is a 50 year-old Nigerian media entrepreneur and talk show host, is the founder of Ebony Life TV, a fast-growing black African multi-broadcast entertainment network, which showcases informative and entertaining programmes that portray Africa at its best. Continue reading
The Federal Government has flagged off the National Water Supply and Sanitation Data Survey that will enhance performance tracking system for Water Supply and Sanitation sub-sector.
At the flag off ceremony organized by the Federal Ministry of Water Resources, the Minister of Water Resources, Sarah Reng Ochekpe, represented by the Permanent Secretary, Istifanus Musa, said that the objective of the survey was to have updated information system on all public water supply and sanitation facilities. Continue reading
It no news that General Muhammadu Buhari emerged the winner of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential ticket. Which means Buhari will be running for the president of Nigeria in 2015. Muhammadu Buhari is a Nigerian politician and a retired Major General in the Nigerian Army who was the military ruler of Nigeria from December 31, 1983 to August 27, 1985. Continue reading
In what seems to be the long-sought breakthrough in the search for potable water for residents of fishing communities located in the ecologically ravaged oil-producing coastal stretch of Ondo State, the state government has signed a ₦2.4 billion water reticulation contract with a Chinese construction company for construction of a water treatment plant. Continue reading
An associate Professor, Industrial Bio-chemistry and Bio-Processes, Federal University of Technology (FUT), Minna, Dr Egwin Evans, said the country could be generating electricity from sewage water from homes. Evans told newsmen in Abuja that Nigerians could generate enough electricity for their household use from their sewage tanks. Continue reading