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Globally, the outbreak of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) brought about untold hardships and disrupted the world’s socio-economic landscape in ways that can only be imagined.
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The current special military operations launched by the Nigerian Army in the Southeast geo-political zone of the country did not come as a surprise to many observers.
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Deputy Governor, Dr. Obafemi Hamzat recently held an interactive session with some journalists at Alausa, Ikeja where he spoke on sundry issues in the governance of Lagos State
Nine years after the Lagos State Road Traffic Law was signed, the state government has not been able to put an end to the reckless activities of riders of commercial motorcycles
At the birth of the World Federation For Mental Health (WEMH) in 1948, the world was still struggling to come to terms with the post-World War 2 realities.
When the current Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, was the governor of Lagos State, one of the outstanding achievements that endeared him to the people was ridding Oshodi Bus Stop
The Nigerian Navy as an entity is rarely in the news negatively. But of late, it has been battling to clear its name off the controversy trailing the siting of a base in Kano State
Residents of Aboru, a densely-populated community in the outskirts of Lagos, once enjoyed a good road up to the canal that separates Abule-Oki in Iyana Ipaja with Aboru.
Due to COVID-19, many schools had to shift teaching and learning to virtual. And the students had to grapple with this new reality.
Beyond Solidarity, Lagos’ Anti-open grazing law is to promote communality, healthy beef consumption culture
“We have never at anytime had any conflict or crisis with the herdsmen. Even last year, when we planted rice at Itoikin, we had to warn those operating around the axis not to move close to the farm....
President Muhammadu Buhari has appealed to rich nations and international financial institutions for outright debt cancellation for countries facing the most severe challenges
Although the Federal Government has declared 2021 to 2030 a decade of gas, with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) setting up a N250 billion fund to expand the usage of the product across the country...
The prediction about the likely negative impact of COVID-19 on the continent, especially in sub-Saharan Africa was worrisome. It, however, did not come to pass as countries on the continent, which are now experiencing the third wave COVID-19....