Time to Return to Sustainable Architecture

[This Day] Professor Michael Adeloye Adebamowo, in his inaugural lecture says there is no better time to reshape the world’s built environment than now. And that the direction to go is for Nigerians to imbibe the principles of sustainable architecture.

[This Day] Professor Michael Adeloye Adebamowo, in his inaugural lecture says there is no better time to reshape the world's built environment than now. And that the direction to go is for Nigerians to imbibe the principles of sustainable architecture.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Niger Govt Seeks Release of Ecological Funds to Tackle Flood, Erosion

[This Day] Minna -The Niger State Government thursday appealed to the federal government to release money from the ecological fund to it for the government to tackle series disasters facing many communities in the state.

[This Day] Minna -The Niger State Government thursday appealed to the federal government to release money from the ecological fund to it for the government to tackle series disasters facing many communities in the state.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Cross River Government Urges Workers End Strike

[This Day] Calabar -The Cross River State has called on civil servants in the state to call off their strike, saying it was uncalled for since it has met all their demands of the workers.

[This Day] Calabar -The Cross River State has called on civil servants in the state to call off their strike, saying it was uncalled for since it has met all their demands of the workers.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Chinese, British Oil Searching Companies Lucky Enough – Ministry

[Ethiopian Herald] A Chinese and British oil and natural gas extracting companies have been lucky among the six extracting companies that are actively working following promising signs in Ogaden area, Ministry of Mine, Oil and Natural Gas said.

[Ethiopian Herald] A Chinese and British oil and natural gas extracting companies have been lucky among the six extracting companies that are actively working following promising signs in Ogaden area, Ministry of Mine, Oil and Natural Gas said.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Magu, Runsewe Seek Cultural Reorientation As Panacea to Fighting Corruption

[This Day] The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr. Ibrahim Magu, and the Director-General, National Council for Arts and Culture, Olusegun Runsewe, have agreed on a holistic approach of cultural reorientation amo…

[This Day] The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr. Ibrahim Magu, and the Director-General, National Council for Arts and Culture, Olusegun Runsewe, have agreed on a holistic approach of cultural reorientation among Nigerians as a permanent solution to stemming the menace of corruption in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Council Sets to Increase Tourist Inflow – City Mayor

[Ethiopian Herald] The ever increasing Ethiopian airlines destinations, high standards of tourist facilities and public-private partnership towards tourism development have augmented tourist influx and also improved the city’s capacity to host internat…

[Ethiopian Herald] The ever increasing Ethiopian airlines destinations, high standards of tourist facilities and public-private partnership towards tourism development have augmented tourist influx and also improved the city's capacity to host international conferences.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Court Declines to Stop Ballot Paper Printing, Sends File to CJ

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The High Court has declined to stop the execution and performance of the Sh2.5 billion tender for the supply of ballot papers by a Dubai-based printing firm.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The High Court has declined to stop the execution and performance of the Sh2.5 billion tender for the supply of ballot papers by a Dubai-based printing firm.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Towards Optimal Utilization of Livestock Sector

[Ethiopian Herald] The rapid economic and population growth in developing countries caused an unprecedented demand for livestock products. The demand is estimated to grow year in and year out and could hit 70% over the coming 30 years, as documents show.

[Ethiopian Herald] The rapid economic and population growth in developing countries caused an unprecedented demand for livestock products. The demand is estimated to grow year in and year out and could hit 70% over the coming 30 years, as documents show.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia