13 Oct 2021
A NOT-FOR-PROFIT organisation, Timeless Impact Club, has donated educational materials to indigent pupils in Makoko community, Lagos.
12 Sep 2021
The Lagos Dream appeals to all, from the far away North Easterners in the grips of terrorists to the South Easterners in the claws of separatists.
4 Jun 2021
As part of effort aimed at making primary health care accessible to the less privileged, members of Beulah World Initiative (BWI), recently
19 Feb 2021
Residents of Makoko, a suburb of Lagos heaved a sigh of relief after thousands of women, children and elderly received free medical attention for various ailments from a humanitarian body, Health Empowerment African Initiative (HEAI).
28 Dec 2020
More than 200 residents of Makoko settlement in Lagos Mainland went home with smiles on their faces as they received food items and clothes, courtesy of a travel agency, Touchdown Travels Limited...
27 Sep 2020
The Nigerian Red Cross Society Motherless and Abandoned Babies Home, Makoko, Yaba, Lagos has received a basketball court and other gift items from Ayo Charity Foundation (ACF). This is to help boost the children’s learning experience and further provide an opportunity for those of them who intend to take up basketball professionally in the future.…
20 Jun 2020
Residents of the world’s largest floating slum are keeping their hopes up as lockdown sinks their livelihoods, writes Kevwe Okporua.
26 Apr 2020
Over 400 Makoko residents in Yaba, got relief packages to alleviate the sufferings from the lockdown ordered by the government.
2 Oct 2019
Women across the country have been urged to take a career in the maritime sector. The President, Africa Women in Maritime (WIMA-Nigeria) Nigerian Chapter, Hajia Bola Muse, said the group is determined to empower more competent women for effective participation in the maritime industry.
1 Aug 2019
As part of efforts to tackle the growing rate of out-of-school children in the country, a non- governmental organisation, Slum2school Africa...
27 May 2019
On the narrow and closed road that leads to Adogbo 1 in Makoko, is a cobbler (popularly known as a shoemaker)’s shop and a boy who closely observes the cobbler’s hand. From the boy’s suggestive posture, the child is an apprentice. As one passes through the untarred road, a crowd gathers as a man and…