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We’ve safeguarded Lake Chad Basin for socio-economic activities, says govt

The National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) says the problem of insecurity in the Lake Chad basin has been sufficiently addressed to boost socio-economic activities...

Edo revitalises forestry laws, 50 years after

Increasing insecurity has made the Edo State Government to rejuvenate its forestry laws, last updated 50 years ago, Gov. Godwin Obaseki has said. “Our forestry...

Experts proffer measures to tackle security challenges posed by climate change

The issues of human security and conflict in relation to climate change recently in Abuja engaged the attention of a group of stakeholders, who...

Edo communities, groups explore early warning imperatives to curb insecurity

Community leaders in Edo State have been called upon to establish a system of monitoring developments in their neighbourhoods in the bid to address...

Group decries level of insecurity, urges govt to tackle terrorism

The Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) has decried the level of insecurity plaguing the nation and blames the Federal Government and the...

Making Nigeria’s rail transport sector safer

From time immemorial, man has been known to be a mobile mortal. Man has always improvised his means of transportation. These means have now transformed...

Insecurity, water pumps theft, constitute rural water supply challenges – Govt

The Federal Ministry of Water Resources (FMWR) has identified insecurity and theft of water pumps as major challenges to the provision of potable water...

Climate change, desertification fuelling insecurity in North East – Don

An academic don, Prof. Usman Tar, has identified climate change and desertification as the major factors threatening food production and security in the North-East...

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The Letterman: How I gained access to Obasanjo’s letters – Musikilu Mojeed

In an interview with Khadira Ahmed, Musikilu Mojeed, an award-winning investigative journalist and Editor-in-Chief at Premium Times, traced the...
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In run up to CBD COP15, biodiversity scientists suggest ‘10 Must Dos’

By 2030, 30 per cent of the planet's land and sea areas should be protected. All subsidies leading to...

How wildlife help combat the climate crisis

Wildlife conservation and climate action are often considered as separate environmental issues, but the two are utterly intertwined. We...

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The Letterman: How I gained access to Obasanjo’s letters – Musikilu Mojeed

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In run up to CBD COP15, biodiversity scientists suggest ‘10 Must Dos’

By 2030, 30 per cent of the planet's land...