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Apart from stimulating the economies of the 34 states and the FCT in the communities where work is being undertaken for the construction of houses, by providing work for artisans, builders, engineers, and other skilled persons in the built industry, the construction sites have been and remain centres of supply for building materials and other commodities.

Mr. Babatunde Fashola, SAN, Minister of Works and Housing, SAN, spoke on the National Housing Programme, NHP, and revealed how State Governments could apply on behalf of their residents and indigenes for the houses currently being subscribed to from across 34 States of the country.

The hashtag Lekki Massacre started flooding Twitter space again, with Nigerians linking Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress, APC Presidential Candidate, to the horrible event that took place on October 20, 2020.

The African Centre for Leadership, Strategy & Development (Centre LSD) with the support of Malala Fund organized a 1-day Sub-National summit on Girl Child Education and Premiere of the C-CAGE documentary with the theme “Girl Child Education; A Veritable Tool for Development”. The summit which climaxes the implementation of the C-CAGE project and organized to reinforce the necessity of training the girlchild and conscientize stakeholders on the need to join in the advocacy efforts to advancing girlchild education, had one keynote address, a presentation and a panel session based on the theme.

Once again, Lai Mohammed, the Honourable Minister of Information and Culture, is out with another banger, not a hit single to say the least, but some controversial statements he’s been known to deliver for the past seven years.

The 4th of July, 1776, marks the day America’s Independence Day was announced to its citizens and the world in general after congress collectively agreed that the previous 13 states that comprised the old America were named the United States of America, USA, now a sovereign nation that became free of the British rule.

The rush for voters card around various parts of the nation is unbelievable, as Nigerians seem to have become aware of the need to take part in the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC’s voter registration process.