Individuals should take responsibility for their safety in markets — Experts
Since Coronavirus is transmitted mainly through contact with infected people and surfaces, authorities have been emphasising the need to stay at least two metres away from others and frequently...
COVID-19: Ogun residents recount border closure dilemma
The last two weeks have been hellish for residents of Ogun State, who are working in neighbouring Lagos State as they have been forced to endure untold pains and agony...
How COVID-19 boosts culture of working remotely
It took the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic to make some Nigerians come to terms with the fact that physical meetings are not all the times unnecessary, just as working remotely
Google: Bridging gender gap through more women initiatives
Over the years, American tech giant, Google, has established itself as a force in the emerging market. Not only does it drive business, it also brings more people on the Internet through the Next Billion Users (NBU) initiative.
Lagos: Sunmonu Giwa street residents bemoan abandonment by government
Sunmonu Giwa, a popular Street in Oke-Odo, in Agbado Oke-Odo Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of Lagos State, is only a shouting distance from the council’s secretariat, and just a stone throw to the popular Ile-Epo Market on the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway.
Ikeja electric: Oke Afa undertaking customers protest three weeks of blackout
For three weeks, residents in parts of Ejigbo, Isolo and other electricity consumers under the Oke Afa Undertaking Office of Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (IE)
Street trading: Abuja’s newfound headache
Entering into the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja, from any of the surrounding satellite towns and states by road, one of the first indicators that a commuter is nearing his/her destination is swathes of debris...
Why street trading flourishes in Lagos despite ban
Over the years, the Lagos State government has made concerted efforts to curb the menace of street trading, but the practice has continued to defy measures put in place or policies formulated by successive administrations.