Christmas: Shoppers, traders grapple with high costs
Even though Christmas is still weeks away, early shoppers are already combing the markets in search of needed items to make the festive season delightful.
Lekki-Ajah traffic jam ruining our lives, businesses, residents, motorists cry out
On May 17, 2017, when the immediate past governor of Lagos State, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode commissioned the 160-metre long dual carriageway bridge, (with a total length of 620 metres) along...
Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway: 19-year-old road contract stirs angst, frustration
Motorists, pedestrians, and other road users plying the Lagos-Ota-Abeokuta Expressway, are worried by the protracted delay in completing work on the road, even as the road has gone from bad to worse in the last few months.
Benin-Okene Road: The pain, agony and every other story
On October 11, I woke up at 4:05 am and counted the seconds like a child waiting for Christmas morning. I could barely wait until dawn to hit the road.
World Bank’s N3b Cross River erosion project ready in 18 months
After two years of suspension, the N3bn World Bank erosion control project at Ikot Nkebre, Cross River State, has resumed with a target completion date of 18 months.
Toyin needs N250, 000 to undergo surgery, blood transfusion
It has not been easy because I am going through a lot of pain, and I need financial support urgently from well-meaning Nigerians to undergo surgery and blood transfusion. I would really appreciate anyone wishing to assist me.
Abuja: In choking grip of rising insecurity
When security challenged locations in the country are enumerated, it is most worrisome to count the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja among such.
Tinubu’s millennium schools: Going the way of others
When in 2001 the former Lagos State Governor, Bola Ahmed Tinubu promised to build at least a model “millennium” secondary school in each of the 20 local councils of the state, many residents were ecstatic because the new schools would
Ikoyi Federal secretariat … Disused monument rotting away
Over 30 years ago, the old Federal Secretariat Complex at Ikoyi, Lagos State, used to be a burgeoning facility, providing office space for government businesses, bureaucrats and others that manned the ministries, departments and agencies that were located there.