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Lets talk: why do you think the rate of traffic jam in Nigeria keeps going up.

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why do you think the rate of traffic jam in Nigeria keeps going up.

Traffic jam in Nigeria has been one of the funding issue most people can’t stop but to accept among them and live with it, in some popular and big city like lagos and other big places and state in Nigeria.

Traffic is mostly caused by over movement of cars and others road moving machines. The incept of traffic has been in ocurrance ever since the invent of moving machines such as cars, bike etc.

With the type of traffic in Nigeria, it has caused so many unwanted event such as car crash with has result to so many loss of life and also damage of roads and many others.

Some of the major causes of road traffic in Nigeria include the various following

1. Bad road

Bad roads is one the major reason there is much traffic in Nigeria, cars are force to move slowing due to the kind of roads in other to maintain there car.

Most road are too bad to the extend cars get stuck and this will cause a huge go slow for cars and will cause hold up of cars in a particular place.

2. Too much of cars

Importation of cars are not regulated in a country like Nigeria, and with this all kinds of cars are imported and this will caused too much of unwanted cars in the country but the bad or good ones.

When bad cars are imported they broke down on road and cause road blockage for other cars and this will cause a huge traffic.

3. Road accidents

Accident are one of the major causes of road traffic, when cars are crash on roads it get stuck and hold others others to move slowing and thus create a huge traffic jam.
This has been the case in some part of this country.

How to escape traffic jam in Nigeria

1. If you going to work and you want to escape the traffic jam in Nigeria the best solution is to be awake on time.
2. Obey the simple rules set by the traffic warders.
3. Understand the traffic concept in Nigeria
4. Drive simple and not with speed to prevent accident

Conclusion

Traffic in Nigeria is one of the big issue most people living in big cities in Nigeria are more concern about and worried.
This has caused most people alot of losses, it expected that you all follow the simple guideline  set by the Nigerian traffic warders to enable you scale through.

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MUSIC: Dave Santa Ft wizkid – System Download MP3

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Dave Santa brings up another catchy hit Track title system featuring Afro pop God Starboy Wizkid following up his body work project.

Dave Santa and wizkid did amazingly Soo well on this track as fans got the best from the by listening to System.

Download and enjoy System by Dave Santa featuring Wizkid.

 

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Google announce lifting of ban on crypto exchange advertisment

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The most popular search engine channel Google, has finally lift ban on crypto exchange for advertisments.

Google announced the lifting of this ban following the suspension of a nearly three-year-old policy banning Crypto exchanges from using its ad services.

From the month of August, 3rd to be specific advertisers of Cryptocurrency Exchanges and Wallets targeting the United States may advertise those products and services when they meet the following requirements and are certified by Google.

To be fully certified by Google advertisers need to register the following

  • FinCEN as a Money Services Business and with at least one state as a money transmitter; or
  • federal or state-chartered bank entity

And must meet all legal requirements.

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Nigerian Social Enterprise Selected For The 2021 Duke Unicef Innovation Accelerator Program

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A Nigerian social enterprise working on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) have been recognized as one of the best 7 social enterprises tackling sanitation challenges in Africa

Building on UNICEF’s legacy of innovating for children and Duke’s track record of success in entrepreneurial education, the Accelerator supports social enterprises tackling the most pressing challenges facing children and youth around the world.

The Accelerator’s second cohort of innovators come from diverse academic professional and geographic backgrounds. Through the two-year program, the entrepreneurs will have access to a multitude of resources, including UNICEF subject matter experts, mentorship opportunities, Duke University faculty and students, monthly capacity building webinars, and a one-time grant to support scale.

 

The Accelerator’s second cohort consists of four non-profit organizations and three for-profit companies operating in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Nigeria, South Africa, and Sierra Leone. The innovators’ solutions—which range from distribution models, to recycling programs, to hygiene products—all relate to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

 

Selected with the mission of supporting gender equity and representing inclusive, diverse solutions, four of the cohort members are female entrepreneurs and three are male. Additionally, five of the cohort members are from Africa,including Ethiopia,Tanzania, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda; one is from the United States and one is from India.

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The Nigerian Social enterprise, Toiletpride Initiative which is helping improve access to quality and affordable toilets through strengthening of the sanitation product supply chain and local education campaigns to urban and peri-urban schools and impoverished people, is the first social enterprise from West Africa to participate in the DUIA Cohort Program

For more than 4 years now, Toiletpride has been active working with organizations and individuals to provide innovative solutions for strengthening Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Schools and communities across Nigeria. In 2020, Toiletpride launched the Accelerating Access to Rural Sanitation in Nigeria (AATRISAN) project, designed to reduce open defecation and improve access to sanitation and safe hygiene Practices in Nigeria through market-based approaches

 

“We are very pleased to be part of the DUIA cohort as It is an exciting platform to take our idea to scale and translate it into improving more lives in Nigeria. The Duke UNICEF Innovation Accelerator program will also afford me and the team, a new opportunity to move 30,000 new households from basic to improved sanitation facilities and contribute significantly to reducing open defecation in Nigeria ” Says Chukwuma Nnanna, Founder and Executive Director Toiletpride

To learn more about the Duke-UNICEF Innovation Accelerator,

visit www .dukeunicef.org

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