Edo Transport Sector – Gov. Obaseki shuts down state transport company
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Edo Transport Sector - Gov. Obaseki shuts down state transport company.
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Martin Oloja this week on Inside Stuff discusses the Edo 2020 election held last weekend that enabled the second term of Governor Godwin Obaseki's second term in office.
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In Edo state, the government is beaming its searchlight on fraudsters and abusers of public funds with a promise to make them bear the weight of the law when found culpable.
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Wearing a mask becomes mandatory in crowded areas and on public transport throughout Russia, after the country registered a record daily spike in virus deaths. Russia has the fourth-highest virus caseload in the world.
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Edo State to prosecute violators of sanitation rules
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Two startups are blazing a trail for e-mobility in Uganda by introducing electric motorcycle taxis to the streets of the capital Kampala. The aim is to revolutionize Uganda's traffic and transport sectors.
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They pierce through the heart of most cities, yet their potential is often overlooked. Rivers are now offering a modern mode of transport and a cleaner way of delivering goods. The Down to Earth team takes a closer look.
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Edo police launch manhunt for fleeing suspects.
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Court admits Governor Obaseki's certificates as evidence
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Plights of IDPs: Shortage of food hits displaced persons in Edo
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More than 25 persons arrested in Edo for failure to adhere to COVID-19 protocols
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Governor Obaseki Seeks an end to banditry
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