[Cameroon Tribune] From 22 to 26 June in North West and 29 June to 3 July in South West, Paul Tasong led his team to the crisis-stricken zone to concert before reconstructing victims' homes.
[This Day] The Federal Controller of Works in Lagos, Mr. Olukayode Popoola, has said the federal government will close the Third Mainland Bridge, Lagos to traffic for six months, beginning from July 24 to enable the government to undertake maintenance work on the surface.
[New Times] Cadres of RPF-Inkotanyi in Gatsibo District are set to inaugurate offices in the city of Kabarore as part of events lined up to celebrate the 26th anniversary of the liberation struggle.
[GroundUp] What the eviction of a naked man tells us about our collective response to the housing crisis
[Ghanaian Times] Ghana has signed a pact with the Japanese government to commence phase two of the Tema Motorway Interchange project at an estimated cost of one million dollars.
[SNA] Khartoum -- The Ethiopian Renaissance Dam negotiations continued today, Sunday with a meeting between the Sudanese side and the Observers Team initiated by the African Union with the participation of the European Union and the US.
[SNA] Khartoum -- The Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources Saturday issued a statement on the current tripartite negotiations between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan on the filling and operation of the Renaissance Dam.
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -- Negotiations between Ethiopia, Egypt, and Sudan on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) resumed on Friday.
[Cameroon Tribune] Another hectic moment pitched three administrative Divisions of the South West on July 1, 2020 in Buea with the reconstruction and development team
[Nation] Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed has appointed a task force to monitor progress of the renovations of various stadiums countrywide.
[Daily Trust] Abeokuta -- The Ogun State Government has resolved to provide 150 housing units in the second phase of the Prince Dapo Abiodun Residential Area (Prince Court Estate) at Kemta in Abeokuta, the state capital.
[Daily Trust] Commissioner of Housing and Urban Development FAUSAT IBIKUNLE explained how the massing housing project of the El-Rufai administration will put roof over the heads of many residents of Kaduna State.
[SNA] Khartoum -- The negotiations on the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam between Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt resumed, Friday, through video conference under supervision of the African Union and the chairmanship of South Africa, the Chairman of the current AU session.
[SNA] Khartoum -- Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources, prof. Yasser Abbas has underlined that the Sudan negotiation team continue preparations to resume the negotiations on the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam during the few coming days.
[Nation] Construction of the Sh75 million Siaya County headquarters will have been completed by the end of July.
[ANGOP] Lubango -- Tundavala Stadium located in Lubango, southern Huila province, is undergoing face-lift, said Culture, Tourism, Youth and Sports, stressing that the recovery of grass which started a week ago is set end by September.
[Daily Trust] For the first time in the history of Imo State, Julius Berger Construction Company will construct two major roads in the state following a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) it signed with the government on Wednesday.
[Daily Trust] The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved N6.7bn for the construction of roads in Abaji Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
[Daily News] THE association of subcontractors engaging in the construction of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) has commended President John Magufuli for the directives he issued to the Works, Transport and Communication Minister, Isack Kamwelwe and Tanzania Railway Corporation Director General, Masanja Kadogosa, which led to payments of their earlier stalled dues.
[Cameroon Tribune] Yesterday was equally very long for Paul Tasong's PPRD Committee as they met the various elite to voice out reconstruction concerns in the South West Region.
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