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Sunday, September 22, 2019

NSEMA Reveals Thousands of Houses, Farms Lost To Flooding

He listed the affected local government areas as: Rafi, Gurara, Paikoro, Suleja, Agaie, Katcha, Kontagora, Gbako, and Shiroro, Bosso, Chanchaga, Mashegu, Edati, Lavun, Lapai and Mokwa.

Pollution: Lagos Fishermen Blame Multinational Companies

The President, Fishermen Association of Lagos State, Alhaji Fasasi Adekunle, on Monday, blamed multinational companies for water pollution and dearth of fish . While speaking in Lagos, he stated that the activities of these companies on the high sea leads to oil spill and chemical pollution. Adekunle further said that these have caused fishes to flee farther into the deep sea...

Safe Water: World Bank To Invest $350m in Nigeria

“This is with an investment worth 350 million dollars to deliver sustainable and safe water and sanitation to millions of Nigerians and to support our efforts to end open defecation. “I sincerely thank the Work Bank for..........

KEPA Kickstarts Environmental Sensitisation Campaign In Kaduna

He further stated that offenders found guilty of indiscriminately dumping refuse in the state will be tried before any of its mobile courts.

Erosion: Environment Ministry Calls For Tree Planting

The Enugu State Ministry of Environment has advised Nigerians to adopt a lifestyle of tree planting in a bid to control erosion in the country. This call was made by the Director of Climate Change, Enugu State Ministry of Environment, Mr. Nnamdi Arum, on Wednesday in Enugu. He noted that flooding and erosion could be effectively checked through tree planting. He also...

Flooding: Osun Removes Structures Blocking Water Channels

”With what we have seen, we have discovered that some buildings are encroaching on the waterways . “And what this means is that it will be difficult for water to flow freely, and when this happens, flood will occur just like what we experienced last week.

NESREA Hails Gombe Govt’s Efforts At Curbing Desertification

“The way to go is tree planting and prudent management of wastes in communities. “This is a conscious effort to combat environmental degradation in the state and it is good for Gombe State looking at the magnitude of desertification, erosion and others.

Desertification: Forum Plants 12,748 Tree Seedlings

“Therefore, the forum will remain committed through action, creating awareness and sensitisation through various means in making the environment clean and green,” he stated.

Nasarawa Re-enforces Monthly Environmental Sanitation

“This is because a healthy nation is a wealthy nation. We must comply with the state government’s directive on monthly sanitation for healthy living,” Sule said.

Flood: NAIC Seeks Sensitisation Of Farmers

She said it was important that farmers who are being insured by the corporation are aware of the effects of the predicted heavy rainfall.
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