Thursday, September 21, 2017
by YWriter It is difficult to tell specifically what the Lagos state government is working on in Ketu. The progress of work on the project is impressive. The spot housing the project used to be occupied by road side sellers,...
by Chinedu Brown Work is ongoing on the Lafenwa road in Abeokuta, which also extends to the railway extension. But the pace of work on the road which started not long ago in the year has slowed down compared to when...
by YWriter This road is said to be left unfinished for more than one year, this is according to citizens residing in the area, the pictures were sent in by an active citizen. The road is said to be a federal...
by Chinedu Brown Alagbole flyover is also under construction. The pace of work is slow even though it is ongoing. The people of this area experience untold hardship as a result of the non completion of the project. The ongoing...
by Chinedu Brown Work is ongoing on the Akute flyover. The pace of work on the project has increased. The flyover is one of the five flyovers in Ifo local government. These projects were started more than three years back,...
by Opeopluwa Quadri Lambe is the worst hit when it comes to the effect o f this project. The residents of this community desperately need the government to finish the flyover. The road is sloppy, and vehicles coming from Agbado...
by Chinedu Brown Work is ongoing at the Agbado flyover in Ogun state. The structure is beginning to take shape, This particular flyover is the most affected by the recent stoppage of work on the five flyovers in that section...
by Opeoluwa Quadri Work was initially stopped on this project for a while, but contractors are back on site. The Project had been on for more than two years, and hopefully when completed, will ease traffic. Ijoko is one of the...
by YWriter The recent demolition of buildings at the Iwaya area of Lagos has drawn the attention of many. The demolition took place last week Friday, 18th August, 2017. There had been conflicting reports as to the exact reasons why...
by Chinedu Brown AMOUNT RECEIVED BY EACH STATE IN THE SECOND TRANCHE OF PARIS CLUB REFUND S/N STATE AMOUNT PAYABLE (NGN) 1 ABIA 5,715,765,871.48 2 ADAMAWA 6,114,300,352.68 3 AKWA-IBOM 10,000,000,000.00 4 ANAMBRA 6,121,656,702.34 5 BAUCHI 6,877,776,561.25 6 BAYELSA 10,000,000,000.00 7 BENUE 6,854,671,749.25 8 BORNO 7,340,934,865.32 9 CROSS RIVER 6,075,343,946.93 10 DELTA 10,000,000,000.00 11 EBONYI 4,508,083,379.98 12 EDO 6,091,126,592.49 13 EKITI 4,772,836,647.08 14 ENUGU 5,361,789,409.66 15 GOMBE 4,472,877,698.19 16 IMO 7,000,805,182.97 17 JIGAWA 7,107,666,706.76 18 KADUNA 7,721,729,227.55 19 KANO 10,000,000,000.00 20 KATSINA 8,202,130,909.85 21 KEBBI 5,977,499,491.45 22 KOGI 6,027,727,595.80 23 KWARA 5,120,644,326.57 24 LAGOS 8,371,938,133.11 25 NASARAWA 4,551,049,171.12 26 NIGER 7,210,793,154.95 27 OGUN 5,739,374,694.46 28 ONDO 7,003,648,314.28 29 OSUN 6,314,106,340.62 30 OYO 7,901,609,864.25 31 PLATEAU 5,644,079,055.41 32 RIVERS 10,000,000,000.00 33 SOKOTO 6,441,128,546.76 34 TARABA 5,612,014,491.52 35 YOBE 5,413,103,116.59 36 ZAMFARA 5,442,385,594.49 37 FCT 684,867,500.04 TOTAL 243,795,465,195.20   This release is conditional upon a minimum of 75% being applied to the payment of workers’ salaries and pensions for states that...

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