Dangote Group donated 25 fully-equipped operational vehicles to OGSTF.
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THE NEED FOR UNMANNED AERIAL SECURITY SURVEILLANCE
OGSTF is examining the operational, technological and financial feasibility of leveraging UAVs in providing security surveillance in Ogun State on a FEE-FOR-SERVICE basis i.e. We seek provision of UAV (conventionally referred to as DRONES) surveillance as a service for which we would pay fees. We do not wish to make investments in fixed assets, equipment or other investments, if possible, except to pay fees as agreed with potential or interested providers as a service.
OGSTF seeks provision of these services on a general and specific basis as follows:-
We are examining the feasibility of providing aerial surveillance on four major trans-Ogun State highways to wit: –
- Lagos-Ibadan Expressway (portions within Ogun State territory)
- Sagamu-Benin Expressway (portions within Ogun State territory)
- Lagos-Sango Otta-Abeokuta Expressway (portions within Ogun State territory)
- Sagamu-Abeokuta Highway
Stakeholders Dinner with His Excellency, Prince (Dr) Dapo Abiodun, MFR.
6th October 2019.
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In a single-elimination tournament, only the top-ranked competitors in a fixture progress; in 2-competitor games, only the winner progresses. All other competitors are eliminated. This ensures a winner is decided with the minimum number of fixtures. However, most competitors will be eliminated after relatively few matches; a single bad or unlucky performance can nullify many preceding excellent ones.
A double-elimination tournament may be used in 2-competitor games to allow each competitor a single loss without being eliminated from the tournament. All losers from the main bracket enter a losers’ bracket, the winner of which plays off against the main bracket’s winner.
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The marathon is a long-distance running event with an official distance of 42.195 kilometres (26 miles and 385 yards), usually run as a road race. The event was instituted in commemoration of the fabled run of the Greek soldier Pheidippides, a messenger from the Battle of Marathon to Athens.
The marathon was one of the original modern Olympic events in 1896, though the distance did not become standardized until 1921. More than 500 marathons are held throughout the world each year, with the vast majority of competitors being recreational athletes as larger marathons can have tens of thousands of participants.
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A town hall meeting is an American term given to an informal public meeting, function, or event derived from the traditional town meetings of New England. Typically open to everybody in a town community and held at the local municipal building, attendees generally present ideas, voice their opinions, ask questions of the public figures, elected officials, or political candidates at the town hall. Attendees rarely vote on an issue or propose an alternative to a situation. It is not used outside of this secular context.
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