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Environmental Rights Action

ERA board of trustees disowns former director

The Board of Trustees and Governing Board of the Environmental Rights Development Foundation (ERDF) and Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria, has disowned...

How Nestle Nigeria contaminates water supply of its host community in Abuja

ON April 14, 2016, Nestle Nigeria assembled a team of geological experts, businessmen and politicians to witness the commissioning of a N5.6 billion water...

Group Blasts Niger Delta Govts For Mismanagement Of 13% Derivation Funds

Environmental Rights Action, ERA, a Non-Governmental Organization, has called out the governments of Niger Delta States for improper utilization of the 13% revenue accruable to oil producing states from the federation account, which is intended to be used for developmental projects in the state.

Water, Water Everywhere Around Lagos, But Not A Drop To Drink

  The title of this review is paraphrased from lines in the poem, “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. By Chido Onumah Favour,...


White paper: Lagos govt describes Lekki Toll Gate killings as ‘assumptions’

THE Lagos State Government has rejected that nine persons were killed when the Nigerian Army opened fire at unarmed...

Wike’s N7bn suit against ThisDay newspaper adjourned to January 2022

A N7 billion libel suit against ThisDay newspaper and its management has been adjourned to January 2020 by a...

Borno government commits 14% of 2022 budget to education

THE Borno State Government has earmarked 14.2 per cent of its 2022 budget to education. Of the N267 billion budget...

Low tax-to-GDP not justification for raising taxes, Adesina tells FG

AFRICAN Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina, on Tuesday, said that  low tax-to-Gross Domestic Product (GDP)  in the country was...

AfCFTA: Upbeat investors must see beyond challenges, target opportunities in Nigeria -NIPC 

ACTING Executive Secretary/CEO of the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) Emeka Offor has urged would-be investors to see beyond...
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