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7 Oct 2021
Lagos State Government has again lamented the infiltration of illegal sand dredging companies in different parts of the state, declaring that it would commence a clampdown exercise on all illegal dredging sites in Lagos State.
8 Feb 2021
Faced with the challenge of over 20 million people inhabiting a landmass of about 1,171.28 square kilometres, land reclamation has become a norm in Lagos to mitigate its pressing need for housing.
2 Sep 2019
Amid a growing spate of dredging and reclamation activities in several parts of Lagos State, experts have called for caution, as the enormity of such activities along the commercial capital shorelines is capable of causing havoc on buildings and infrastructure.
29 Sep 2017
The Lagos State government yesterday arraigned seven illegal dredgers picked up along the waterfront in Lagos.
26 Jul 2017
According to a fishermen and local chief in the community, J.P. Akere, they no longer enjoying fishing and those who have fishing nets have had them destroyed by chemicals.

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Acting Federal Controller of Works in Anambra State, Seyi Martins, has promised that the second Niger Bridge will be ready for use by December this year to ease movement into the South East.