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Ladipo traders

15 Jul 2021
It was a sad moment yesterday for traders at the multi-billion naira Ladipo Spare Parts market, Mushin, Lagos, as they gathered to mourn Felix Nnana Onu, who lost his life during the traders clash with soldiers on Tuesday.
14 Jul 2021
The fragile peace existing at the Ladipo multi-billion naira spare parts market was shattered yesterday by a clash between soldiers and traders.
3 Aug 2020
It is not yet Uhuru for motorists plying the Apapa-Oshodi Expressway, especially at the Toyota Bus Stop axis, as they continue to witness traffic logjams caused by auto spare...


The Lagos State Government in collaboration with Alive & Thrive (FHI 360), engaged three community-based organizations (CBOs) as partners in accelerating the scale of the Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition (MIYCN) Project, with funding from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The project being implemented in seven states of Nigeria is aimed at enhancing child…
5 mins ago
The Medical and Dental Consultants'Association of Nigeria (MDCAN), has decried the failure of the government to implement the payment of approved Hazard Allowance, outstanding arrears occasioned by skipping; extend the retirement age of health workers as well as correct the shortfall in the salaries of honorary consultants who are clinical lecturers in the Universities to mitigate the massive brain drain in the health sector.
10 mins ago
*Rates Nigeria low on corruption perception index *Describes release of Dariye, Nyame as ‘major setback to corruption fight’ *Says corrupt government officials giving Nigeria a bad name The coalition of anti-corruption Civil Society Organisations, (CSOs), under the auspice of Transparency International, (TI), have blamed growing insecurity and the infiltration of arms into Nigeria through the…
1 hour ago
The Presidency, yesterday, described as ‘fake’, the reported pelting of President Muhammadu Buhari in the Hotoro area of Kano State.
2 hours ago
Tension over scarcity of cash has worsened across the country, with millions of Nigerians denied access to their savings.