Two major building collapses that happened in the state not too long ago occurred still at the Lekki end of the state (Lekki Gardens) and at the Synagogue Church of All Nations.
Ambode’s wife advocates women empowerment
For wife of the Lagos State Governor, Mrs. Bolanle Ambode, the recently concluded All Sisters Regional Conference of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Region 19, Ogba Lagos, provided ample opportunity for her to admonish women on the need to seek economic empowerment.
Mother, twins detained in hospital
This is because four months after she delivered her babies, she cannot leave the hospital premises at 16 Ajileye Street, Ilaje, Bariga, due to non-payment of the full hospital bill.
Lagos community cries out after seven months in darkness
For now, commercial activities in the area has been paralysed as those who rely on electricity to survive like-welders, barbers, frozen foods vendors and others have been crying in silence.
Anthony Joshua and other painful misses for Nigerian sports
The victory of Anthony Olaseni Oluwafemi Joshua over Ukranian veteran world champion, Vladimir Klitschko, which saw to his retention of the International Boxing Federation...
Ejigbo Depot: Road to another nightmare
Apapa area of Lagos State is today a no-go area owning to presence of seaports, tank farms and a never-ending influx of fuel tankers. As a result, residents and business owners have had to deal with indiscriminate parking of trucks.....
Moshalashi Idimu: Save our street from total collapse
As the rainy season approaches, residents of Moshalashi Street, in Ejigbo Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of Lagos State, are praying for a miracle that would keep their street from totally collapsing from the ravaging flood .....
7 star workers conference 2017
It is about that time of the year again, when workers and labourers are celebrated throughout the globe. International Workers’ Day or Labour Day on May 1st always presents a unique opportunity for many discourses and fora that border.....
Upping the ante in creating wealth from waste
In many parts of the state, indiscriminate dumping of refuse is creeping back gradually, owing largely to the ineptitude and gross lack of capacity displayed by outfits hired to keep the state clean, through a Public Private Partnership (PPP).