How Flooding Puts Water Transportation On A Knife Edge

Many littoral communities across Nigeria recently became submerged in massive floods that swept away homes, farm lands and livestocks, leaving

Most calamity on our waterways caused by human error — NIWA

…as British Deputy High Commission trains NDLEA officers By Gabriel Olawale The Lagos State Area Manager of National Inland Waterways

Chief Executive Officer, Yellow Brick Road Limited, Kaliko Olowole (left); General Manager, Lagos State Parks and Gardens Agency (LASPARK); Permanent Secretary, Lagos State Ministry of Environment and Water Resources, Mr. Gaji Omobolaji; Technical Special Assistant to General Manager of Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA), Tumilara Oloyede; Sales Account Manager, Nampak Bevcan Nigeria, Ikemefuna Chidi during commemoration of World Earth Day in Lagos… PHOTO: ADAKU ONYENUCHEYA

Stakeholders draw support for cleaner waterways

Stakeholders have raised the alarm over the rising menace of plastic and waste as well as human activities that pollute