8 Sep 2021
The Lagos State Unified Duct Infrastructure Project (LASG-UDIP) is expected to gulp about $200 million or N82 billion (N410/$) on completion of the project, The Guardian has gathered.
7 Oct 2020
Lagos State Government has said it will not honour Federal Government’s appeal that telecoms firms, currently laying fibres round the country, should pay N145 per linear kilometre. It, instead, insists that the firms should pay N1,500 for Right of Way (RoW).
10 Jan 2020
Telecom companies acting under the aegis of Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) said they may have no choice but increase tariffs for voice calls and data over
30 Jul 2018
A farmer at Imota, Ikorodu Local Government Area, Lagos, Mr Akanji Shakiru Musa, has alleged that Airtel, in attempts to lay fibre optic cables on the road setbacks, dug trenches and destroyed his farmland and crops worth millions of naira.
20 Apr 2018
The Lagos State Government said it had begun dismantling and removing abandoned and substandard communication masts compromising the safety of residents across the state. Mrs Olayemi Oni, general manager, Lagos State Infrastructure Maintenance and Regulatory Agency ...
12 Aug 2017
Poised to arrest illegal erection of masts on buildings, Lagos Infrastructure Maintenance and Regulatory Agency (LASIMRA) is embarking on a state wide regulatory inspection and standards ...
24 Dec 2016
To prevent fatal crisis in the state resulting from indiscriminate installation of power, telecommunications, gas and water cables and pipes under and over the ground ...
23 Sep 2016
Odekunle, who was represented by Adeyinka Adekunle, head of Commercial at LASIMRA, said that indiscriminately installation of fiber optic cables in gutters and on trees as RoW, contribute to flooding, among others in the state.
21 Sep 2016
The Lagos State Infrastructure Maintenance and Regulatory Agency (LASIMRA), has reiterated its determination to rid the metropolis of indiscriminately laid fiber optic cables, especially in gutters and on trees.
15 Sep 2016
Service providers in Lagos State are indiscriminately installing fiber optic cables in gutters and on trees as right of way, causing flooding and economic loss.