Lagos promotes tourism, releases calendar of arts and culture programmes
Culture activists and tourists can now breathe a sigh of relief as Lagos State Government last week released a calendar for over 70 state-sponsored and endorsed arts and culture programmes for the year.
Trinidad & Tobago seeks cultural exchange with Lagos
A ten-man delegation from the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is set to explore the tourism benefits of Lagos through a cultural exchange process and other initiatives that will benefit Lagos and Trinidad and Tobago.
Ayorinde takes over at Lagos culture & tourism ministry
Following his recent redeployment from the Ministry of Information & Strategy by the Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, Steve Ayorinde has resumed as the Lagos Commissioner For Tourism, Arts and Culture, with promise to reposition the ministry for greater achievements. In a statement on Tuesday by the Secretary to the State Government Tunji Bello, he…
Lagos promises spectacular One Lagos fiesta finale
The Lagos State government, yesterday, promised residents and visitors a world-class, spectacular finale of the ongoing One Lagos Fiesta holding simultaneously in the five divisions of the state.
Ugwuanyi emerges Most Efficient Governor of the Year, as Airtel, NB, others shine at 2017 BJAN awards
Mr. Steve Ayorinde, Lagos State Commissioner for Information and Strategies bagged Best Information Manager (Public).
No going back on relocation of Computer Village, says Lagos government
This, it stated, was in its commitment to achieve the objectives of the renewed Ikeja Model City Master Plan originally conceived to address infrastructure challenges in the city.
Lai Mohammed, Steve Ayorinde storm Lagos Glo Laffta Fest
There were also Nollywood stars who added glamour to the event and delighted the audience further. Those who came were Funke Akindele, Richard Mofe-Damijo and Odunlade Adekola. Glo ambassador, Omawumi Megbele, also graced the event.
Ambode to regulate newspapers, magazines, online media
To keep track of media publications, print and online, the Lagos State Government has commenced the process of reviewing the existing Newspaper Law Cap No 2 of 2003, with a view to making it more effective and in tune with modern day reality.
Controversy trails Lagos success story campaign
But it took a disappointed Lagosian, Deji Ayowole, who ‘photoshopped’ the late Dr. Stella Adadevoh’s photo into a Lagos at 50 banner, for the public opprobrium to be given a vent.