Julius Berger Construction Company Plc, on Friday said that the Lagos-Ibadan and Sagamu Interchange would be opened in the next two weeks.
Philip Geddes, the Health and Safety Manager of the company made the assertion when the Assistant-Inspector General of Police in charge of Zone 2, Kayode Aderanti, inspected the ongoing rehabilitation of the roads.
He said that the company was working tirelessly to ensure that the roads were ready for use by the public before the Yuletide.
Geddes said: “The bridge will […]
A man, Mr. Echele Idah, on Wednesday demanded N200, 000 compensation from his former wife, Gloria, whom he enjoyed for only two weeks.
Idah told a Grade 1 Area Court, Aso Pada, Mararaba, Nasarawa State, that he got married to Gloria in 2013.
He said that they spent only two weeks together, before she left to an unknown destination.
Idah presented evidence of payments for the traditional marriage rites, and demanded repayment of N200,000, as compensation for the troubles he went through.
He said, […]
According to reports, the Federal Road Safety Commission on Tuesday said it had recorded 143 deaths from 313 road crashes in two weeks nationwide.
Statistics made available to the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja by Bisi Kazeem, the Head Media Relations and Strategy, said the crashes involved 502 people in weeks 40 and 41, 2016.
Kazeem said that 899 people were injured in the crashes, while 1, 044 people were rescued without injury.
He said that 41,190435 people traveled within the period, […]
Timi Frank, deputy national publicity secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), says John Oyegun, national chairman of the party, took two weeks to prepare lies in response to Bola Tinubu’s allegations.
Tinubu had accused Oyegun of manipulating the Ondo primary election to help Rotimi Akeredolu the party’s governorship candidate in the state.
In a statement on Sunday, Frank said what really transpired at the national working committee (NWC) meeting of the party, where the decision to forward Akeredolu’s name to the […]
We will blow up all exporting terminals if FG fails to commence negotiations in two weeks – Niger Delta Militants
A militant group based in Bayelsa State, the Niger Delta Revolutionary Crusaders, NDRC, on Wednesday declared a two-week ceasefire to allow the Federal Government engage in meaningful negotiation with militants on how to resolve the crises in the Niger Delta region.
In a statement signed by its spokesperson, WOI Izon-Ebi, the agitator warned that if after two weeks, “nothing meaningful happens; we have no option but to redirect our next phase of action to the exporting terminals to stop total export […]