LASWA reads riot act to boat operators
The Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA) has said it will not condone activities of boat operators who endanger the lives of passengers. According to the agency, it is critical that safety issues are taken seriously to encourage more residents to patronise water transport.
Lagos woos investors with latent water transport opportunities
The Lagos government yesterday wooed the private sector and investors with the latent opportunities in the state’s water transport system.
LASU student jumps into Lagos lagoon, rescued
An undergraduate of the Lagos State University (LASU), Kingsley Gabriel, yesterday jumped into the Lagos lagoon, weeks after a woman was alleged to have jumped into the lagoon.
Establish recycling plants to check plastic pollution, experts tell FG
In a bid to eliminate plastic pollution in the country, a professor of Botany at the University of Lagos, Dele Olowokudejo, has urged the Federal Government to commence a national plastic waste-recycling programme.
Lagos: Spying crime with hi-tech
On October 20, 2017, an unfortunate incident occurred on the iconic cable stay 1.346km Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge in Lagos when a 40-year-old man simply identified...
Lagos tasks boat operators, passengers on safety rules on waterways
Staff of Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA), yesterday visited Liverpool, Temidire and Coconut Jetties to sensitise boat operators and passengers on the importance of safety and keeping safety rules when about boarding a boat or on a boat.
Nine die in Lagos boat mishap
Nine persons were yesterday confirmed dead after a boat mishap around Ilashe area of Ojo, Lagos State.
12 dead in Nigeria boat capsize
Twelve people were killed when a passenger boat capsized in Nigeria's commercial hub of Lagos on Sunday, the government said, blaming the accident on overcrowding.