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Kiddies room decoration should be geared toward multiple activities

Children are a special gift from the Almighty creator and decorating their rooms pose one of the greatest challenges to interior decorators. This because children sleep, play and create in their rooms. An interior decorator worth his/her onions should therefore ensure that their furniture and room decorations are geared toward multiple activities

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Works Corporation warns Lagosians against road abuses

The Lagos State Public Works Corporation (LSPWC) at the weekend intensified its campaign against road abuses in the state by declaring that it would no longer tolerate burning of tires on highways, indiscriminate cutting of roads as well as pouring of water on roads and spilling petroleum products on highways. Speaking at a stakeholders’ forum on the role of the public in curbing road damage, the executive chairman of LSPWC , Mr. Gbenga Akintola declared that such activities shorten the life-spans of roads.

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Following the policy of Lagos State Government’s policy of making the private sector the driver of economic development to provide a framework for accelerated and sustainable development through infrastructure renewal, maintenance and procurement, the government recently held a one-day forum to woo investors to invest in wastewater management.

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Give your bathroom a stunning look with corner bathtub

Many people, particularly in Lagos, Abuja and other cities in Nigeria cannot afford the luxury of living in very spacious apartments. In fact, most of the houses being built in the urban centres are so small that a very little space is earmarked for home conveniences. How to effectively manage the little space provided for these conveniences in the tiny apartment becomes the biggest challenge before the homeowner and interior decorators.

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Rumble in the house of estate surveyors

The relative peace that the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) has enjoyed for the past three years appears threatened again. The surveyors who rounded off their annual general meeting in Kaduna last week, expelled two of their own- Messrs Osita Okoli and Olutoye Daramola for alleged “acts of gross misconduct inimical to the survival and progress of the professional body

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