June 5, 2023
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Key Points Five reasons why buildings collapse in Nigeria, not only in Lagos Many developers engage unqualified persons to build houses for them Architects take on the responsibilities of builders, though they are not trained builders Why foreign nationals are taking over artisan trade in Nigeria CORBON is collaborating with American institution to train artisans […]Continue Reading
Investigations Terrorism Monitor Top Stories
Key points Court says the prosecution failed to appear in court when the case came up for hearing Sokoto Commissioner for Justice speaks Police: ‘Her real killers are at large’ One year after murder, the college fails to investigate students suspected to have instigated ‘blasphemy’ allegation The authorities have trivialized the sanctity of human life […]Continue Reading
By Clement Adeyi Dr Bolaji Akinyemi is the Founder and President of Apostolic Round Table (ART), a Non-Governmental Organisation in the vanguard of advocacy for good governance. In this interview, he bares his mind on the ongoing debates on and clamour for the Senate Presidency. While several factors, including the recent presidential election votes and […]Continue Reading
Politics Terrorism Monitor
By Clement Adeyi Oyo State Governor, Engineer Seyi Makinde, has vowed to resuscitate the state’s Police Swift Response Squad (SRS) within the first 100 days of his second term in office. The governor disclosed that the rationale behind the revival of the squad, was to tackle criminal elements in the state with a view to […]Continue Reading
Media Education
By Daniel Adaji The Centre for Journalism Innovation and Development with funding from the Center for International Private Enterprise CIPE, organised a three day experiencing sharing workshop for investigative journalists and civil society organisations on constructive and corrosive capital inflow in Nigeria. The workshop which held between 10 and 12 May 2023 in Abuja had Continue Reading
Technology Top Stories
By Clement Adeyi The Chairman, Council of Registered Builders of Nigeria, Elder Samson Opaluwah, has tipped technology and innovation as creative and result-oriented measures to improve the quality, affordability and sustainability of housing in Nigeria. He stressed that application and realities of such techniques would go a long way in guaranteeing housing needs which Continue Reading