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30 Aug
Renewed efforts to enforce the law on errant commercial bus drivers have forced motorists to push back in protest against extortion.
27 Aug
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has restricted movement around the Ikotun and Igando areas of Lagos State, following a spillage of petrol from a ruptured pipeline in the area.
6 Aug
An auto technician, Tola Olukilede, has stressed the need for motorists to ensure regular maintenance of their vehicles to avert accidents.
25 Jul
Whenever a great event is approaching, those that will be involved in it will be doing everything possible to ensure its success. They will prepare and put things in order.
23 Oct 2020
Hoodlums yesterday set more facilities belonging to the Nigeria Police Force on fire in Ojodu Berger, Ikotun and Onipanu areas of Lagos State, destroying properties worth millions of naira. Dozens of vehicles and police patrol vans were destroyed in the inferno by the mob.
29 Sep 2020
The Lagos nightmare, traffic, was on full parade in most parts of the state yesterday morning. At every major artery – Ikotun, Isolo, Okota, Ikeja Along, Iyana Ipaja, Lekki
22 Aug 2020
Weeks after the Federal Government, through the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19, approved the reopening of financial institutions across the country
18 Oct 2019
The agony of living in Lagos appears to have doubled for many residents of the State due to the deplorable state of the road network.
6 Oct 2019
A fire outbreak at Ikotun area of Lagos has left one person dead, with many others injured.
20 Sep 2019
Residents of Ajao Estate, and other road users in that flank of Isolo Local Council of Lagos State, are counting their losses over the gradual deterioration of roads in the area.
16 Jul 2019
The oil pipeline fire disaster that devastated parts of Ijegun in Lagos State in the early hours of July 4, once again, shows the level of negligence and low safety standards applied in the operation of the oil industry in the country.
15 May 2019
Two persons were yesterday feared dead in yesterday’s fire outbreak caused by a spillage from a petroleum tanker that fell at Oke-Afa area of Ejigbo, Lagos State. The tanker, which was loaded with petroleum product, fell on Monday afternoon causing gridlock in and out of the area. The tanker was heading towards Isolo, when it fell on reaching…

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