Minimum wage, government expenditure and imperative of reviewing revenue sharing formula
It's a known fact that Nigeria operates a federal system of government with each federal unit enjoying some form of autonomy as provided for by the Constitution
Council boss stimulates business activities in Apapa with grant
In a bid to attract more commercial activities and increase its revenue drive, the chairman of Apapa Local Government Area, Owolabi Elijah Adele,
Customs, firm bicker over seizure of controversial spoilt rice
The closure of Nigerian borders has elicited divergent views from stakeholders, but the seizure of contraband has been a common point of agreement.
Lagos agencies discover containers with rotten edibles
Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) and the Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA) following a tip-off have discovered containers with rotten edibles in the Apapa area of the state. A joint action team, comprising the Director-General (DG)/Chief Executive Officer (CEO), LASEMA, Olufemi Oke-Osanyitolu and General Manager of LASEPA, Dr. Dolapo Fasawe, while conducting an…
Sachet water hawker escapes lynching for breaking truck’s windscreen over N50
A sachet water hawker was nearly lynched by truck boys in the Apapa area of Lagos State yesterday when some group of boys descended on the young lady mistakenly breaking a truck’s windscreen after pelting stones at the truck boys to escape being harassed.
‘Officials contribute to inefficiencies at Nigerian seaports’
Among other irregularities witnessed in the Nigerian seaports, port officials have been identified as a factor that contributes to inefficiencies at the country’s ports.
Motorists, residents groan over failed Lagos roads
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.
Lebanese murdered, dumped inside septic tank in Lagos
Residents of Bombay Crescent in Apapa area of Lagos were thrown into confusion yesterday following the discovery of the lifeless body of a Lebanese inside a septic tank in his house.
'Ports concessions buoyed shipping growth, revenue in 13 years'
For the past 13 years, the ports concession deal struck by the Federal Government with the private Terminal Operators have yielded massive growth and generated huge revenue into the government’ coffers, the Bureau for Public Enterprise (BPE) has said.