Policemen harass, chase LASBCA officials on inspection from construction site
The Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA) yesterday lamented alleged police harassment and obstruction of some of its officials who were on enforcement duty
New fuel price: Filling stations in Lagos record partial compliance
Filling stations across Lagos State have started effecting the new N125 per litre pump price regime for Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) which was approved by President Muhammadu Buhari
Chevron begins defence of football title against NLNG
Preliminaries of the football event of the 2020 Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry Games will kick-off on Monday January 27 at the Legacy Pitch, National Stadium, Surulere
C&S Church holds Christmas Carols
The Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church, Surulere District, Lagos, yesterday held its Christmas carol of nine lessons with the theme
Surulere Super Plaza gutted by fire in Lagos
The Super Plaza on Akerele Street in Surulere area of Lagos was gutted by fire on Wednesday, destroying valuable merchandise, reports the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
Fayele warns opponents ahead Asoju Oba Table Tennis contest
Defending champion of the men’s category of the Asoju Oba Molade Okoya-Thomas Table Tennis Championships, David Fayele has declared that he has what it takes to retain the title he won at last year.
Why Lagos government can’t take over building collapse sites
The obvious absence of strict enforcement of laws, especially as it relates to building control appears to have worsened incidences of building collapse, loss of lives and properties in recent times in Lagos State.
10th Korean Ambassador’s Taekwondo Cup kicks off today
The defending champion of the Korean Ambassador’s Taekwondo Cup, Ifeoluwa Ajayi, will stake his title at the 10th edition of championships, which begin today at the Molade Okoya-Thomas Hall of the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Surulere, Lagos State.
Motorists, residents groan over failed Lagos roads
he agony of living in Lagos appears to have doubled for many residents of the State due to the deplorable state of the road network. Except for places like Alausa, Ikoyi, and some parts of Island, the entire residents could feel the pinch of impassable roads and attendant gridlocks that no longer discriminate between day and night.