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19 Mar
Experts have urged motorcycle riders to be safety conscious while decrying the spate of accidents on roads.
19 Oct 2020
The Nigerian roads have witnessed many unnecessary deaths for years, such that the figures of road crashes fatalities continually scale up without restraints. Among other road accident-causing factors,....
13 Jul 2020
This article was triggered by the news report titled: ‘More questions than answers on ending Lagos gridlock’ of The Guardian newspaper on July 8, which detailed the Lagos Transportation...
23 Jul 2018
In a bid to complement government’s effort at curbing the menace of traffic in the metropolis, as well as reduce the number of avoidable road crashes, the Special Traffic Mayors...
29 Jan 2018
In order to improve the transportation system in Lagos State, the Lagos State Computerised Vehicle Inspection Service (LACVIS) held a retreat for its management team and staff last week alongside the leadership of the Vehicle Inspection Service (VIS). The retreat, held at the PSSDC Conference Hall, Magodo, Lagos, was to review activities in 2017 and…
5 Sep 2017
The Lagos State government has announced commencement of computerized vehicle inspection service to determine the road-worthiness of vehicles in the state.

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The Commissioner for Wealth Creation and Employment, Lagos State, Mrs Yetunde Arobieke has commended the Joan Agha Foundation (JAF) for its effort in empowering women and youth towards self-reliance and reducing the rate of unemployment in the country.
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Tragedy struck at Umunede in Ika Northeast Local Council of Delta State on Sunday, as a pastor, identified as Chikordi, allegedly killed his wife, Prophetess Chikordi of the Ancient of Days Healing Church.
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President of Super Eagles Supporters Club (SESC), Vincent Okumagba, has said that Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup would be one of the best in the history of the competition, going by the ‘top class’ facilities already put in place by the host nation.
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With around 40 per cent of the global workforce considering leaving their current jobs at the end 2021, employers are told to be incredibly thoughtful about how they approach the new world of work.
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