Showing posts with label neglect. Show all posts
Showing posts with label neglect. Show all posts

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Police IG, Lagos Police Commissioner Sued For ₦25 Million over Neglect of Mother

The family of a woman, Taskirat Anjolaiya, who was hit by a reckless and negligent police driver and knocked into a comatose state along with her new born baby, has filed a N25 million lawsuit against the police. Inspector General of Police Mohammed Dahiru Abubakar and the Lagos State Commissioner of Police Umar Manko are named as defendants in the lawsuit.

The accident occurred three months ago in Lagos as a police driver in an official van drove in the wrong direction on a one-way street.

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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Amaechi blames PH airport neglect on rift with Jonathan

Rivers State Governor, Rotimi Amaechi, on Saturday accused the Minister of Aviation, Mrs. Stella Oduah, of abandoning the remodelling of the Port Harcourt International Airport because of his rift with President Goodluck Jonathan.
Amaechi, who said this in an interview withChannels Television, monitored by one of our correspondents, said apart from leaving the airport in deplorable state, the minister  impounded the aircrafts belonging to the state “for no reason.”
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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Upset Youth takes on House Of Rep. Member In Katsina, Accuse Him Of Neglect

A member of the House of Representatives representing Malumfashi/Kafur constituency of Katsina state, Hon Ibrahim Babangida Mahuta, was attacked by a mob in his constituency.

This is the third time the lawmaker has been attacked by youths from his constituency. The first being during the last public hearings on constitution amendments.Mahuta, who was elected on the platform of the defunct Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) was attacked at Masari village where he had gone to attend the wedding of the daughter of former House of Representatives speaker, Aminu Bello Masari.

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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Half A decade after Ijegun explosion, victims allege neglect

Victims of pipeline explosion at Ijegun, a suburb of Lagos State, say five years after, they have yet to get compensation from the government.
 The incident claimed the lives of 19 persons while no fewer than 250 persons sustained injuries.
It was learnt that the community had sued Lagos State Government, Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, Petroleum Product Marketing Company for N97bn damages.
However, the community was said to have reconsidered its decision after a traditional ruler intervened to avoid a prolonged legal battle.
At a negotiation  meeting with the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, the chairman of the Ijegun Fire Victims, Mr. Olaseni Shoewu, said the community decided to withdraw the matter from the court because the government agreed to give financial support to those affected by the inferno.

Monday, December 24, 2012

Community Decries PHCN’s Neglect, Insensitivity

The Ireakari-Olorunfunmi Estate Community Development Association, Idimu, Lagos State, has cried out over neglect and insensitivity by the Power Holding Company of Nigeria. The association said for close to one year, all entreaties to the PHCN, Idimu Business Unit, to change the community’s transformer panel and ‘upriser’ cable had fallen on deaf ears.


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