Photo credit; Ibrahim Mohammed The Fulani herdsmen's and their cattle challenge in Nigeria and some other African countries continues as they continue to terrorize the environment every now and then. The herdsmen are seen as terrorists of the country as they invade peoples farm, destroy their crops.
The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has shut down Dutse and Olajumoke markets in Abuja. The markets were closed on Tuesday following attacks by hoodlums on the officials of the Abuja Environmental Protection Board. Chairman of FCT Transport Management Team, Ikharo Attah announced the closure of the market. According to him, the FCTA took the decision after the Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB) office outlet, which is around the vicinity of the market, was burnt down by the a
The Federal Capital Territory Administration, on Tuesday, shut the Dutse Ultramodern Market and the Oloye Olajumoke Shopping Complex in Dutse, Abuja. The development followed an attack on workers of the Abuja Environmental Protection Board in Dutse by hoodlums, who also set their office on fire. Tension rose as the hoodlums attacked the workers in protest over the demolition of illegal structures in the two markets. The demolition was carried out to ensure a free flow of traffic and proper environmental san
After Sports Minister Said The Ministry Needs N81 Million To Cut Grasses, See Reactions From Twitter
According to recent report from Daily Trust news media, The minister of Youths and Sports Development Sunday Dare, has come out to disclose that the ministry need N81 million to cut grasses and weeds which has reportedly taken over MKO Abiola National stadium in Abuja, FCT. Further reports according to Sunday gathered that he stated the issue when the ministry approached the Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB) for assessment in the long built stadium which was erected in 2003. Quoting Mr Sunday
CONNECT WITH US The Federal Capital Terriory Administration (FCTA) has demolished over 400 illegal buildings along the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Road, Abuja. The Chairman, of FCT Ministerial Committee on City Sanitation, Ikharo Attah led the exercise on Sunday morning. He further explained that the raid was part of efforts to address the threats to security in the nation’s capital.
"We need N81 million to cut stadium grass at Abuja" - Sports Minister The sport minister has left many Nigerians in awe shock after mentioning the huge amount that will be required for the Abuja stadium turf maintenance. The minister for youth and sports has called out on the the Abuja Environmental Protection Board regarding the national Stadium grass which has overgrown and needs to be trimmed. While speaking at a seminar which was organized by Sports Writers Association of Nigeria, the minister Mr Suday
The Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare during a one-day seminar organised by the Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN) FCT chapter in Abuja has revealed that it will cost the Sports ministry a total of N81m to cut the grass and clear the weed has engulfed the MKO Abiola National Stadium in Abuja. Dare further made known that the ministry did approach the Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB) for assessment in the stadium and result of the assessment was being considered to arrive