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Stakeholders in the liquefied petroleum gas sector have advocated the usage of cooking gas as a cleaner and healthier means of cooking, unlike the use of other resources like kerosene and firewood, which poses health and environmental dangers. They made this known at a Two Day Sensitization Awareness Campaign in Asaba, the Delta State capital, […]Continue Reading
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Some residents of Oko Surulere local government areas of Oyo state have protested an alleged attempt to marginalize them by Ibadan Electricity Distribution company,Ibedc, Osogbo. The protesters who stormed the premises of Radio Nigeria in Oko carried placards with inscriptions such as Our breaker must not be given to Ede water works, enough of crazy […]Continue Reading
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Two gas dispensing outlets in Abeokuta the Ogun state capital have been sealed up by the Technical team setup by the State Government while all gas dispensing outlets have been directed to suspend operations pending the outcome of the ongoing investigation into recent explosions across Abeokuta metropolis. The sealing of the outlets which include a […]Continue Reading
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There is total blackout in Kaduna as electricity workers join a strike called by the Nigeria Labour Congress, to protest the sacking of civil servants by the state government. Kaduna Electric Distribution Company (KAEDCO), Head of Corporate Communication, Abdulazeez Abdullahi, in a statement explained that the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has knocked off all […]Continue Reading
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The national electricity grid suffered a system collapse on Wednesday, leading to power outage across the country. Spokesperson of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), Ndidi Mbah said there was ongoing effort to fully restore electricity on the grid. “The Transmission Company of Nigeria hereby states that at about 11.01 am today, 12th of May, […]Continue Reading
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Residents of Afonta community in Ibadan North West local government have protested perennial power outage. Radio Nigeria who visited the area observed that the residents were visibly angry at the development. Reacting, the community leader of Afonta, Mrs Toyin Balogun said despite their contributions to the installation of transformer to the area, Ibadan electricity Continue Reading
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The Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR, has sealed off seven filling stations in Ibadan for selling Premium motor spirit, PMS, above the official pump price. The filling stations were sealed during a monitoring exercise in Ibadan. Out of sixty four filling stations visited in Ibadan, seven were sealed for noncompliance while others were cautioned against violating Continue Reading
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