Aregbesola honours Osun workers with ‘Workers’ Drive’
Naming public monuments after respectable members of the society is not a novel development as such practice predates civilisations. Varying reasons are often responsible for such monumental honours, but of fundamental value is the good deeds of such persons to the society.
Lagos: Urban renewal and associated wastage
This is not the first time such a thing would be happening. When the state government started the Orile-Mile 2 Railroad project, a new block of classrooms, within the Orile School Complex that was completed only months earlier (but yet to be put to use) before the commencement of the railroad project was demolished.
One-year power outage pitches Araromi/Alade community against IBEDEC
Residents of Araromi-Alade Community, via Owode-Ijako, along Lagos/Abeokuta Expressway in Ado-Odo/Ota Local Council of Ogun State are livid with the Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) for keeping them in darkness for over a year now.
Motorists flay FRSC Ogun command for extortion
As the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) marks its 20th anniversary, motorists plying Sango Ota-Abeokuta route, on the Lagos/Abeokuta Expressway...
Abaranje residents want bridge to link Egan, Igando
Traffic gridlock is a regular feature of Lagos State, and for the most part, a constant source of worry, and concern for its residents.
Concerns mount as Lagos plans to regulate domestic workers, guards
The Lagos State government recently made public, plans by it to regulate the activities of domestic workers and security guards.
One year after: Remembering lost dreams at Queens College, Lagos
One year after the death of Praise Sodipo, an orphan, who died of gastrointestinal perforation in the health crisis that rocked Queen’s College, Yaba...
Epileptic streetlights threatening ‘Light Up Lagos Project’
Exactly one year and one day after the election that brought it into office, the Akinwunmi Ambode-led administration in Lagos State launched the “Light Up Lagos Project.”
Filth and hazards of night market
In Ikotun market, where traders sell in the midst of filth, caution is thrown to the wind as they openly display commodities, including loaves of bread (wrapped and unwrapped), vegetables...
Operators, lawmakers differ on proposed Lagos traffic law
Lagos, with its huge population, has a peculiar transportation challenge, which various administrations since 1999 have tried to tackle through enactment of regulatory frameworks.For instance, in 2012, former Governor Babatunde Fashola signed into law the Lagos Road Traffic Law...