Lagosians who are yet to get COVID-19 vaccines are expressing concerns over the increasing bottlenecks they are made to navigate at various centres.
Lagosians have been assured of motorable road network despite heavy rains in the past couple of weeks. This assurance came from the General Manager of the Lagos State Public Works Corporation
Lagosians are worried about the indiscriminate parking of vehicles on streets in most parts of the metropolis to the detriment of other road users.
Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide SanwoOlu, told select journalists recently that he has been keeping to a daily timeline in trying to deliver on his THEMES campaign manifesto...
6 Feb 2020
The Lagos State Government yesterday said it had adopted a bottom-up approach to development in the realisation of its Greater Lagos vision for the benefit
22 Nov 2019
No fewer than 108 people living in Lagos State have received cash and materials worth four million nairas from Jaiz Charity and Development Foundation as Zakat proceeds.
2 Oct 2019
As the rains pounded yesterday causing a deluge on many parts of Lagos roads yesterday, the Lagos State governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has appealed to Lagosians for patience over the bad state of roads in the state saying the continuous rainfall since he was sworn-in about four months ago is slowing down rehabilitation/palliative work on the roads.
10 Feb 2018
For those addicted to betting and raffle draws, it is a thin line between winning and being defrauded. And watching out for the latter is an Achilles heel, especially for the greedy and gullible. In Lagos, fraudsters go about organising raffle draws that anyone, except their cronies, gets to win. And if by chance any…
4 Feb 2018
Take a stroll along any Lagos street and you are sure to find at least one or two herbal concoction sellers, either hawking or situated somewhere in the vicinity. Popularly called ‘agbo’, this herbal brew has drawn quite a significant attention from the nation’s health sector, with lots of debates trailing it. Presently, the use…
24 Mar 2015
IT is a known fact that many Lagosians are victims of corruption at the community and local government level, but there are few opportunities and fora for them to narrate their experiences at the hands of government corrupt officials. At a public hearing organized last week by Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) in collaboration with the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) on local/community level corruption, it provided the needed opportunity for victims to narrate their experiences as well as demand for sanctions for government officials’ corrupt acts.