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8 Sep 2020
Kaduna State governor, Nasir El-Rufai on Monday said the government spends N400,000 to treat each COVID-19 patient. El-Rufai made the disclosure at an executive meeting with traditional rulers in Kaduna. “It costs about N400,000 to treat one coronavirus patient. They have to be isolated and fed. The cost of medicine has increased, even the personal…
3 Sep 2020
The Lagos State government has said it has not lifted the restrictions on the opening of bars, restaurants, night clubs, lounges and cinemas, despite relaxation of the curfew to four hours (12.00 a.m to 4.00 a.m) by the Presidential Task Force. This was disclosed in a statement on Thursday night by Commissioner for Information and…
2 Sep 2020
Today, Wednesday, September 2, 2020, the Lagos State government joined the rest of the world to celebrate World Coconut Day. The commemoration, which made its debut in 2009, is meant to annually celebrate coconut in reminiscence of the first coconut plantation in Nigeria, established by the Roman Catholic Mission on the Topo Island in Badagry…
14 Aug 2020
Students in Lagos State Government-owned schools will be promoted to the next classes using continuous assessments. "(For) the reopening (of schools) we're doing, we are working with the Federal Government so I will not unilaterally say that we are doing this or that but we are planning," Adefisayo said during a programme on Channels Television…
7 Aug 2020
Considering the recent spate of fire occurrence in which goods and property were destroyed in Lagos State, it has become extremely essential for all and sundry to pay immense attention to safety issues. Recently, a gas explosion rocked Ajao Estate, thanks to the bravery of men of the State Fire Service and other first responders,…
28 Jul 2020
Lagos State Water Regulatory Commission (LSWRC) Monday said it sealed the Banana Island Property Owners Resident Association (BIPORAL) water plant for safety reasons. LSWRC executive secretary Funke Adepoju told journalists at the site of the plant that the decision to seal was aimed at protecting residents from consuming unhygienic water. “The regulatory compliance seal order…
21 Jul 2020
Eleven months after Folashade Ogunniyi was killed by a hit and run driver while sweeping dirt on Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos, her employer has compensated her family. Ogunnniyi died in August 2019. Until her death, the late sweeper, a mother of three, was employed by Highway Managers, an environment sanitation firm working contracted by…
14 Jul 2020
The Lagos State Government has urged striking doctors under its employment to suspend their three days warning strike and return to work.
25 Mar 2020
Nigeria's Federal Internal Revenue Service said it is still open to tax collection despite the partial shutdown of many businesses and companies in the country. "All FIRS offices nationwide are open to the taxpayers," FIRS said in an internal circular seen by The Guardian. FIRS, however, said its member of staff will be alternated to…
14 Mar 2020
Lagos State Government said it is providing free legal services to individuals whose relatives have denied them their entitlements from properties left behind by their late parents or guardians. People experiencing such ordeal are advised to register a complaint at the Office of the Administrator-General of Public Trustee Lagos State, Alausa Secretariat, Ikeja. Lagos State…
11 Mar 2020
Lagos State Yellow taxi/Cab Drivers Association has launched a digital mobile app to enhance their operational efficiency, a statement from the Lagos State transport ministry said. Speaking at the launch of the app in Ikeja, Lagos transport commissioner Frederic Oladeinde urged the drivers to be civil and operate in compliance with the regulations that guide…
17 Jan 2020
It is no longer news that a bill seeking for an Act to make special provision for Federal grants to Lagos State in recognition of its strategic socio-economic significance and other connected purposes was rejected by the 8th Senate. The bill, which was then sponsored by Senator Oluremi Tinubu (Lagos Central), purportedly sparked huge uproars…

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