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Residents of Ilogbo in Ado-Odo Local Council of Ogun State have appealed to the state governor Dapo Abiodun to come to their aid, saying the only access road that connects them to Iju and Iyana Ilogbo...
Residents, motorists and other road users on the Lagos-Ota-Abeokuta Expressway, are gradually losing their patience over the slow pace of the ongoing rehabilitation work.
The city of Sapele, in Nigeria’s oil-rich Delta State, will be agog on September 19 as Splash & Rhush, a high-end eatery, lounge and nightclub will open its doors and services to the general public. Located at 260 Sapele-Warri Road, close to Okpe Grammar School, Amukpe, in Sapele, one of Nigeria’s most famous towns, the…
In what she tagged Mercy Project, a Nigerian-born UK-based Gospel Singer, Ibiso Eleoramo, popularly called Toluwanime in partnership with African Centre for Environmental Protection (ACEP) reflected on the squalid living condition...
Gradually, the metropolitan city of Sango-Ota in Ado-Odo Ota Local Council, Ogun State is wearing the toga of the old Oshodi, adjudged Lagos second largest market after Idumota.
Residents of Olu-Odunaiye Ikija town, Agbado, IjaIye, Ijoko, and Ogba Ayo have implored the Ogun State and Federal governments to come to their aid and finish the construction
Undoubtedly, the metropolitan city of Sango-Ota and neighbouring communities have never had it so bad in recent past in terms of good road network.
Despite being built from the scratch as the country’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT), with the city’s masterplan religiously followed, motorists making it in and out of Abuja
At its completion, the Oshodi Interchange Terminal automatically changed the landscape of a once-notorious section of Oshodi in Lagos.
Solomon Adebayo was panting. He wipes his face constantly with his wet handkerchief. His shirt is also partially wet from his sweat. He had walked from Iyana-Iba to Barracks Bus Stop on the Lagos-Badagry Expressway...
Given the mass of people commuting daily from one part of the city to another and considering its megacity status, Lagos is undoubtedly overdue for an efficient intermodal transport system.
When the pedestrian bridges on the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Road were constructed, many were excited and hopeful that, not only would they help in preventing road crashes...