‘Danjuma’s statement was a wake-up call to citizens and governments’
The security challenges facing Nigeria are quite complex. There is a broad threat spectrum ranging from assault to suicide terrorism...
Order banning council officials from Lagos roads still in force, says LASTMA boss
The directive of the Lagos State government ordering local council traffic officials to vacate roads in the state and desist from controlling and enforcing traffic laws is still in force, General Manager of Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), Mr. Olawale Musa, has said.
Waste: Lagos scales up waste evacuation, urges for understanding
In spite of new refuse disposal system introduced by the Lagos State Government, being undertaken by Visionscape Sanitation Solution, an environmental utility group contracted to lead the Cleaner Lagos Initiative (CLI) and provide waste management services....
Five LASTMA officers arrested for alleged extortion
Five traffic officers with the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) have been arrested for extorting motorists. Three of the arrested traffic officials are Bamidele Sheu, a Level Seven traffic officer, aged 48; Ope Adisa, aged 32 and 37-year-old Babatunde Aluko. The officers were arrested last week following a complaint to the agency by…
Okonkwo, Adefarasin others pray for better Nigeria
Two significant things distinguished the 28th editions of the Kingdom Life World Conference 2017 from the previously conferences organised by The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM).
Poor policy implementation worsens access to Lagos ports
Poor implementation of the various directives by government agencies has contributed to the frustrations and challenges caused by the deplorable state of the ports access roads, leading to the daily gridlock that denies importers and agents access into the nation’s busiest ports in Lagos.
Schooling in unfriendly environment
When an eyewitness shared on social media, news of four errant male students of Ireti Grammar School, South West Ikoyi, attempting to assault, in full public glare, female students of Falomo Senior High School...
Lagos as a city of dreams
Ever since the return to civil rule in 1999, successive Lagos government has continued to flirt with the idea of making Lagos a so-called megacity with the requisite infrastructure...
LASTMA to clamp downon motorists driving against traffic on Airport Road
The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) yesterday warned stakeholders in the aviation sector and members of the public to henceforth desist from flouting the State Traffic Law with regard to driving against traffic on Airport Road...
Lawmakers urge Apapa tank farms relocation
To curb the menace of tank farms in Lagos State, especially in Apapa, the State House of Assembly has called on the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to relocate the farms in the axis to a less congested area.
Government orders tankers, trucks to stay off Lagos roads
The Lagos State Government yesterday ordered that articulated vehicles should not be driven into the state, especially those heading to the Lagos ports.