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Saturday, September 21, 2019

FRSC Bans Dangote From Driving Trucks At Night

“Dangote Trucks [are] not allowed to drive from 7pm to 7am, any of the company’s truck found around that time will be impounded at sight. “Foreign number plates on the company’s trucks [will] be replaced with Nigeria Number Plates before 31 December, 2019.

10 Nutritional Reasons To Consume Tiger Nuts

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Ifelodun council boss affirms security as first priority

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The Chairman, Ifelodun local council development area of Lagos State, Hon. Shuaib Ajidagba, has said that security of lives and property of residents of the council remains his administration’s first priority. Ajidagba stated this in a chat with newsmen shortly after receiving a ‘Public Safety Award’ presented by organisers of the Nigeria Safety Award for Excellence (9jaSAFE) in his office...

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.

SON Seizes N5m Worth of Substandard Cables In Kwara

“Quite a lot of substandard cables were discovered. The raid was like an eye opener for all of us because we were able to realise that Kwara is being used as a dumping ground even by other states.

Power: 10 fatalities, 7 injuries recorded in 1st quarter – NERC

The commission explained that the report was designed to monitor and evaluate the health and safety performance of licensees in line with the provisions of Section 32 1(e) of the Electric Power Sector Reform Act (2004).

Kano Fire Service Receives 73 Distress Calls

He said the service received a total of 17 fire calls, 45 rescue calls and 11 false alarm.

NAFDAC Formulates 5-Year Plan On Safe Medicine

She explained that the agency has gone into partnership with Global Standards 1 (GS1) and other partners worldwide in a bid to boost efficiency, safety and visibility of the medicine supply and distribution chains in Nigeria.

Patient Safety: WHO Backs FG On Policy Implementation

“Available evidence suggests that 134 million adverse events occur annually in hospitals similar to our setting here in the African Region. “In low and middle income countries, one out of every ten patients in health facilities acquire health care-associated infection.

NRC Guarantees Safety For Passengers In Trains

“We wish to use this medium to inform our passengers that adequate security arrangements are in place on all our trains. “We thank the security agencies, especially the Nigeria Police and the Military, for....
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