Lagos traffic worsens with school reopening
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
Rotary Club commits N2.5m to education project
The Rotary Club of Isolo, as part of its humanitarian activities, has supported the District Endowment Welfare Education Fund (DEWEF) of District 9110 with N2.5 million
Insecurity worries Lagos, Ogun residents than COVID-19
While Nigerians in other parts of the country worry about Coronavirus (COVID-19), most residents of Alimosho, Agege, Ojo, Ilamoshe Estate, Oke-Afa, Isolo as well as some parts of Ogun State were during the week
Lagos roads in need of urgent repairs before another rainy season
Lagos residents, last Monday morning, woke up to an unwelcome surprise. It was the second week into the New Year, and Lagosians were already being greeted with cloudy skies and light showers.
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.
Agony as motorists, residents decry deplorable Ajao Estate roads
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.
Motorists groan under Oshodi-Apapa highway lockdown
It has been hissing, swear words and abuses for the second day running from stranded road users plying the Oshodi-Apapa expressway, who have had to endure an excruciating passage between Oshodi and Ilasa en route to Cele express bus-stop.
Safety concerns amid rise in number of micro-LPG retailers
The recent trend in the sale of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), popularly known as cooking gas in almost every street of Lagos has begun to raise safety concerns among some operators in the industry. While advocacy for the use of cooking gas as a cleaner fuel has been ongoing for some years and resulting…
Taming monster of building collapse in Nigeria
It has been described as the poison in the cup. Others say it is a monster that wrecks the ethics in the construction industry. And to the professionals, it is yet another evidence of government’s lip service and lack of political will to regulate the sector.
Vote buying, multiple voting, late arrival mar governorship, state assembly elections
**Nigerians Advocate For Electronic Voting **No Money No Voting, says voters Even with the presence of the Nigerian police, enough INEC ad hoc members yesterday, The Guardian can confirm that there were multiple voting in some of the poling units visited. The Guardian discovered that the youths troupe out at about 12:45 after meeting with…