Police in Lagos and the Lagos Bus Rapid Transit are searching for a BRT driver in whose bus a 22-year-old lady was allegedly kidnapped.
29 Nov 2021
Dr. Julius Oyedemi is the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of PWAN Plus, owners of Cedarwood luxury brand. He spoke to CHINEDUM UWAEGBULAM on the challenges of homeownership
4 Sep 2021
Lekki, the fast-developing upper-middle-class area of Lagos State, is emerging as the new hub of internet-related fraud, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission
18 Feb 2021
The Lagos State Police Command has arrested a 42-year-old man, David Idibie, over alleged murder of his wife, Juliana Idibie, in their residence at Joado Street, Oke Ira Nla, Ajah area of Lagos.
12 Nov 2020
Gunmen suspected to be armed robbers yesterday attacked a bullion van in Ajah area of Lagos State and made away with millions of naira.
19 Jun 2020
Lagos residents, yesterday, recorded another tragedy as a four-year-old girl was swept away, a building collapsed and residents battled heavy flood after a downpour that lasted...
14 Feb 2020
Oke Ira Nla central Mosque, Ajah is set to hold turbanning, award presentation and silver jubilee anniversary on Sunday 16th February 2020.
22 Jan 2020
Daniel Bob Ibeaji, aged 42, prime suspect in the murder of popular Abuja businessman and owner of Fireman generating sets, Chief Hyginus Odunukwe, yesterday gave a startling revelation
21 Jan 2020
Bob Ibeaji, 42, the kingpin of a four-man gang that killed Mr Ignatius Odunukwe said on Tuesday that the lust for money led him to commit the murder.
17 Dec 2019
Access to justice is one of the major challenges confronting Nigerian society. The problem is, however complex in a situation where the aggrieved lacks the financial muscle to seek legal redress.
15 Nov 2019
A policewoman, Insp Emem Okon, on Friday told an Ikeja Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court that a school proprietor, Timothy Onyiriuka, 45, allegedly defiled a 14-year-old student (name withheld) with special needs in his care.
20 Sep 2019
he agony of living in Lagos appears to have doubled for many residents of the State due to the deplorable state of the road network. Except for places like Alausa, Ikoyi, and some parts of Island, the entire residents could feel the pinch of impassable roads and attendant gridlocks that no longer discriminate between day and night.