It was a Friday like any other day for residents and traders at Itoku, Abeokuta, Ogun State. As usual, the traders came to the market with high expectations, but they had barely settled for the day business when the...
In August 2005, America was hit by a hurricane that resulted in the death of an estimated 1,833 and left millions homeless along the Gulf Coast and in New Orleans. Hurricane Katrina was adjudged one of the deadliest hurricanes...

“Tyre Safety (2)”

It is the right thing to continue to enlighten ourselves, educate and create awareness; we will continue to highlights things we need to know to stay safe on the road. Welcome to the sixth month, June is here! Our first...
Disasters in different sectors of the economy have indeed assumed an alarming rate. In Nigeria today, there is barely a day without one incident or the other, and there is no better time for the Institute of Safety Professionals...
Even after the Lagos State Mobile Courts, a week after it was inaugurated convicted no fewer than 41 offenders arrested by the Lagos State Environmental Sanitation and Special Offences Unit (Task Force) for various traffic and street trading offences...
I can't believe we are in March, the months are moving in so fast; we may have to install a “limiting device” on it so we can make much use of it before another month rolls in...Welcome to March. It...
There can be no picture more vivid or tale more chilling about environmental racism than the one provided by the special report in The PUNCH on the 31st of December 2015 entitled, “Blood, tears in chambers of steel”. It...
Kolawole Talabi  The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) say Nigerians consume about 360,000 tonnes of beef yearly. This conservative figure is projected to rise to 1.3 million tonnes per year by 2050, some 260 per...
A significant number of Nigeria’s over 160 million see the month of December as one opportunity to reunite with family and friends at Christmas; this they achieve by travelling a long distance on Nigerian deadly highways to their home...
The World Health Organisation Reports revealed that about 1.4 million deaths and over 50 million injuries are attributed to road accidents every year globally with most of them occurring in African Countries (including Nigeria). Nigeria was recently ranked as the...
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