The Great Hunger

In 1973, crops failed and pastures dried up over large expanses of Senegal, Mauritania, Mali, Upper Volta, Niger, Chad, the Northern States of Nigeria, and parts of Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo and…

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Veterinary Public Health

Veterinary Public Health stands between human and animal medicine. It indicates how the environment affects the animal and the people even as more people share thesame environment with the…

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Ebola

Ebola virus in 2014 claimed about 11,000 lives in countries across Africa, including Nigeria. It all started on July 20 when an Asky Airline flight originating from Liberia landed at the Murtala…

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Tongeji

Tongeji; Oil rich island village in the Benin Republic border end of Ogun State, Nigeria. To gain access to the treasure Island, the easiest, though not the most time manageable route, is Whekan…

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Oronto Douglas

Oronto Douglas

Oronto Douglas; Environmentalist, born in 1966 at Okoroba, Bayelsa State. He was a leading human rights attorney in Nigeria, and served as one of the lawyers on the defense team for the Ogoni…

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Makoko floating school

Makoko

Makoko; a renowned Lagos slum with makeshift building constructed with planks and partially corrugated iron sheets on top of a rather stagnant river as its hallmark of life. From the rising of the…

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Old Oyo National Park

Old Oyo National Park; Nigerian park-system in Oyo primarily facilitating preservation and protection of indigenous Nigerian flora and fauna. The park also protects the architectural and…

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Tseja on dark shade

Gideon Tseja

Gideon Tseja; Educationist who was consultant to the National Open University Nigeria, NOUN on course materials development. Tseja is a biographer and professor of English. To promote his advocacy…

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Flood in Ikorodu caused by the River Ogun is here captured in an aerial photograph.

Flood

Flooding is an environmental problem that towns and cities all over the world contend with. It can be caused when high tides cause rivers or oceans to overflow their banks, or simply by heavy…

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