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Ladipo Lewis, the immediate past Lagos State chapter chairman of the Nigeria Institute of Architects (NIA), has lamented the dearth of infrastructure, which according to him has subjected the entire profession of architecture to very low output in developments. In this interview with Nkasiobi Oluikpe, he...

By Nkasiobi Oluikpe,   Lagos When the immediate past administration of Lagos State instituted a law that ordered landlords across the state not to collect...

By Bamidele Ogunwusi,  Lagos   Unilever Overseas Holdings B.V. (“Unilever Overseas”) has notified The Nigerian Stock Exchange that its ongoing...

With the establishment of various institutions and mechanisms to address specific environmental issues, the Federal Ministry of Environment has stated that it will implement relevant actions to achieve sustainable development and environmental protection in the country. This assurance was given by the Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Fatima Mede at a symposium organised...

By  Nkasiobi Oluikpe –  Lagos   Ahead of the anticipated flooding in the state, the Lagos State government is presently embarking on a flood mitigation exercise across the state with workers dispatched to various locations, de-silting and clearing the drainages of solid waste. Though the state is just some seven metres above sea level, the Lagos State government...

An environmentalist, Frank Saer, has emphasized the need for both the states and federal government to ensure proper management and maintenance of beaches across the country. The environmental expert, who noted that coastal erosion and flooding have become a major concern across the globe, remarked that Lekki Beach has a great and untapped potential for further development...

By Nkasiobi Oluikpe Lagos Various tiers of governments in Nigeria, both at the federal and state levels, have been propagating their efforts at meeting...

• Operators Seek State Of Emergency In Construction Sector By Nkasiobi Oluikpe / Lagos   Indications have emerged that most of the construction firms in the country will soon close shops and throw lots of their employees into the labour market due to the inability of the Federal Government to pay over N500 billion debts owed the construction companies. The president...

With experience spanning across the public and private sector, former national chairman of the Nigeria Institution of Civil Engineers (NICE) and MD/CEO...

By Nkasiobi Oluikpe –  Lagos   The rains are here again with its attendant anxiety for people who live in flood prone areas in Lagos. The low-lying...