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Reality of climate change

2021-07-20T01:57+0200thenationonlineng (en)

By Nkiruka Okere. SIR: Friday July 16 was just like any other day in Lagos State with a weather forecast of light showers (Temperature between 22-26æ%c). What most residents of Lagos State did not expect was that the rains were going to last for hours and the flooding that ensued after.

FG approves N16 billion to tackle gully erosion

2021-07-10T13:39+0200authorityngr (en)

CHUKS OYEMA-AZIKEN writes that the federal government is taking measures to stem gully erosion caused by climate change and mismanagement of the environment. Pastor (Mrs) Yemi Obanure, Proprietress, New Hope International School, Kuje, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) cannot be glad enough for the....

FG approves more funds to tackle gully erosion

2021-07-10T11:21+0200authorityngr (en)

CHUKS OYEMA-AZIKEN writes that the federal government is taking measures to stem gully erosion caused by climate change and mismanagement of the environment. Pastor (Mrs) Yemi Obanure, Proprietress, New Hope International School, Kuje, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) cannot be glad enough for the....

FEC okays N33.5b for NIMASA’s new head office, erosion

2021-07-08T03:31+0200thenationonlineng (en)

By Bolaji Ogundele, Abuja. The Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Wednesday approved N33,512,106,465.33 for the Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and erosion control projects in 12 states. Transportation Minister Rotimi Amaechi and the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr.

FEC approves N33.5Bn for NIMASA’s new Headquarters, erosion control in 12 states

2021-07-07T21:16+0200thenationonlineng (en)

By Bolaji Ogundele, Abuja. The Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Wednesday approved a total of N33, 512,601,464 billion for the Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and erosion control projects in 12 states. The breakdown of both approvals were disclosed to State House....

As Bauchi prays for rain today

2021-06-26T02:08+0200dailytrust (en)

Hassan Ibrahim (Bauchi), Ibrahim Musa Giginyu & Sani Ibrahim Paki (Kano) The Emir of Bauchi, Dr Rilwanu Suleiman Adamu, has called for special prayers over inconsistent rainfall, which has delayed thousands of farmers in the state from planting their crops.

Flooding: Kwara Residents Lament Hardship Caused By Dilapidated Bridges

2021-06-24T17:48+0200humangle (en)

The residents of Medina along Oke-Foma Road in Ilorin South Local Government Area of Kwara State, North-central Nigeria , have shown their dissatisfaction over two dilapidated bridges at the edge of a drainage network. The concrete drainage and asphalt road, a 2019 zonal intervention project for....

Expert links farmer-herder conflict, insecurity to climate change

2021-06-23T18:34+0200sunnewsonline (en)

From Okwe Obi, Abuja. The President of Globe Nigeria and Chairman, Climate Parliament Nigeria, Samuel Onuigbo, has linked the worsening state of insecurity in the country to climate change, explaining that the movement of herders in search of fertile areas in the south is a result of the desertification in the north.

How climate change is contributing to insecurity in the country – Rep

2021-06-23T11:12+0200authorityngr (en)

R-L: Representative of the Speaker, House of Representatives, Hon. Sergius Ogun, Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Disabilities, Hon. Princess Miriam Onuoha, and Clark of the Committee, reps speaker, Hon. Abdulsalam Olalekon, during the investigative hearing on the alleged of the....

Nigeria: Farmers/Herders Clashes - Reps Initiate Climate Change Bill to Tackle Insecurity

2021-06-23T10:55+0200allafrica (en)

In a bid to find a lasting solution to the incessant clashes between farmers and herders, the joint climate change bill review committee and the legal working group yesterday met to fast track the passage of the Bill on Climate Change aimed at ending the clashes.

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