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1 Feb 2020
In protest against today’s take-off of the ban on the operations of commercial motorcycles on some major Lagos roads and bridges by the Lagos State Government, riders of e-hailing motorcycles yesterday took to the streets to express their grievances.
14 Aug 2019
The spokesperson of the Lagos State chapter of the All Progressives Congress Joe Igbokwe Wednesday said bike-hailing service is not sustainable in a densely populated state like Lagos. "Call it 'bike-hailing start up' or whatever, okada na okada... it is not sustainable in a city of high density population Lagos," Igbokwe said in a Facebook…
12 Jan 2019
The upwardly mobile Lagosians are gradually bidding goodbye to conventional means of transportations, thanks to the deployment of new, modern and technology-driven, fast and safe innovations in the use of cars and even motorcycles to beat city’s perennial traffic situation.

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NAIROBI, Kenya, October 26, 2021 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- A lack of automation can undermine an organisation’s efforts for greater efficiency and profitability and leave decision-makers blind to real-time information about the business. Data suggests up to 22% of a typical employee’s time is spent on repetitive tasks, with up to 10 errors per 100 steps in manual…
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EVENT: Please join us on Friday, October 29, 2021, for a digital press briefing with U.S. Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield. Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield will discuss her trip to Mali, Niger, and Gabon. DETAILS: Speaker: Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, U.S. Representative to the United NationsDate: Friday, October 29, 2021Time: 11:30 Johannesburg | 10:30 Libreville | 09:30 GMT |…
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Gov. Samuel Ortom of Benue, on Tuesday, assented to the state’s amended Community Volunteer Guards Law.
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At least three Burkina Faso soldiers were killed and seven others wounded in an attack near the southern border with the Ivory Coast, security sources said on Tuesday.
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Ugandan police said a blast on a bus Monday evening that injured several people was a suicide bombing carried out by a jihadist from the ADF group, which was also suspected of plotting to attack "major installations."