In 2019, the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration decided to establish four Bioresource Development Centres (BIODEC) across the country.
The increasing rate at which road furniture and sundry facilities in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) are stolen has become a source of worry, not only to the government
Lagosians have come to associate the sight of able-bodied men clearing (desilting) clogged drains of sand and sundry rubbish with imminent rain.
Some Lagosians are losing sleep and living in trepidation due to the increasing crime rate in the state. As a result, some Community Development Associations (CDAs) and other Landlords-Tenants organisations are joining forces to raise the fences of their houses.....
Lagos State Government doesn’t appear to be winning the war against the recalcitrant commercial motorcyclists popularly called Okada, despite the daily onslaught on their activities by law enforcement agencies.
At the time, the construction of hundreds of blocks of flats across different communities in Lagos State by former Lagos State governor, Lateef Jakande, was innovative and impactful.
Up to 20 years ago, Papa Ajao Estate, a sprawling residential area that borders the Isolo Industrial Estate, and Matori Industrial Layout, used to be a very quiet, serene...
For reasons ranging from space constraint to increasing housing challenges and not the least, commercial consideration, some landlords in Lagos are turning their residential homes into shops and kiosks.
To foster continuity in its mission of establishing a citadel of learning that produces strong minds, sound in academics, character and the fear of God, the Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria has announced....
The arrival of long-awaited Coronavirus vaccines from reputable pharmaceutical companies across the world was greeted with a sigh of relief.
There was excitement a fortnight ago that the new strategy adopted by Lagos State Government would proffer a lasting solution to the perennial gridlock around Apapa and its corridor...
The issue of gridlock in Apapa area of Lagos has been in the news for almost two decades now. It inflicts pains on residents and those who transact businesses within and around the ports.