How NURTW members were attacked at Obalende – MC Oluomo’s aide

“One of them was caught and handed over to the police and he said it was the chairman of RTEAN, Musa Mohammed, who sent them to take over NURTW garage at Obalende.”

Tension as teenage miscreants terrorise Lagos community

the battleground for the cultists’ were Alakuko and Dalemo where people no longer sleep with their eyes closed

Lagos State Government restricts movement of trucks on Oshodi-Apapa Expressway, others 

The Commissioner for Transportation, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde, announced that the current administration has mapped out dedicated routes to be plied between 9:00 pm and 6:00 am daily.

Lagos PDP endorses Makinde as South-West leader

Recently, a former minister of Power and Steel, Wole Oyeleso, accused Mr Secondus of being selfish and more interested in becoming the chairperson of the party for the second term than the unity of the opposition party.

Monarchy: Oniru monarch forcefully installed by Tinubu keeps tormenting residents as Lagos State Government ignores several petition

Sometime in August last year, Justice Alakija of the high court igbosere granted an injunction resisting the brutish monarch from trespassing the oniru beach which he has violated flagrantly without fear of judicial consequences.

Just in: Obasa sacks Chief of Staff, other aides

Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa, The Speaker, Lagos State House of Assembly, has dismissed his Chief of Staff, Saka Fafunmi, a riable...

Third Mainland Bridge to be shut for 2 weeks as rehabilitation process kicks off – FG

the repairs would not be delayed unnecessarily to allow for smooth traffic.

Breaking: Lagos Govt shuts all schools

“Therefore, all public and private schools below tertiary level in the state are to close for the Christmas and New Year holiday on that day. Schools are to resume back on Monday 4th January, 2021 in compliance with the Lagos State harmonized academic calendar.

16-year-old pupil emerges Lagos one day governor

“As it is the practice, the one-day governor will be awarded the Lagos State Government’s scholarship to pursue any course of his or her interest in any university in the country. He/she and the ‘cabinet’ will also attend various cultural exchange programmes.”

Okada riders clash with danfo drivers at Mile 2 over death of colleague

“At about 12noon, an okada rider which is from the Northern part of the country was stabbed by an Agbero (Danfo driver) at his neck side and immediately, he died. As I speak to you, the murderer has been taken to Signals Barrack, Mile-2.

Lagos gives 7 days for removal of unapproved street gates to ease traffic

“All street gates across the State be opened between 5 am to 12 midnight. The gates must be manned by security personnel engaged by the community or residents’ association and must be opened for emergency services such as police, ambulance, and fire services at any time.”

Lagos East Senatorial by-election: Tokunbo Abiru of APC defeats PDP’s Gbadamosi

Abiru won in all the five local government areas in the senatorial district.

Breaking: Lagos, Kaduna others to experience total blackout

“We regret to inform you that the loss of power supply in our franchise – Kaduna, Sokoto, Kebbi and Zamfara states – is as a result of the collapse of the national grid.

Lagos: Task force gives reasons why they impounded motorbikes

Speaking on the incident, Head, Public Affairs Unit of the Lagos State Task Force, Adebayo Taofiq, said the operatives of the agency, “based on series of complaints from the public about activities of Okada riders using their bikes to rob them of their valuables and plying restricted routes, went to the area for enforcement.

Chaos in Mile 2 as task force clash with Okada riders

Another eyewitness, while giving details on the riot stated that although the vehicular movement is been disrupted, passers-by were not hindered from moving.

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