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Igondo, Ajegunle Lead Communities in Lagos, Where People Still Use Wooden Bridges and Pay Tolls to Use Them

There are communities in Lagos State that are yet to benefit from government’s infrastructure development programmes. Such communities often take to self-help. They embark on road projects and build bridges to link communities. One of such projects is located in Lanre area of Igando. The wooden Omojowolo Bridge links Lanre

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BREAKING NEWS! POORLY EQUIPPED CENTRE FAILED TO CONDUCT JAMB’S COMPUTER BASED TEST IN IDIMU/EGBEDA

Candidates for the 2015 Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB)’s Computer Based Test (CBT) were unable to sit for the examination at Oduduwa School of Professional Studies at the Idimu/Egbeda centre, yesterday 10th February 2015. Inside Mainland Newspaper learnt that disruption may have been caused by allegedly poorly equipped computers incapable

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B-R-E-A-K-I-N-G: Nigeria created 1.2million new jobs in 2014

The National Bureau of statistics (NBS) has released its 2014 fourth quarter (Q4) jobs data confirming Nigeria created 369,485 new jobs in the last quarter of 2014 (265,702 2013 Q4). This brings the total jobs created in 2014 to 1,219,052 compared to 1,163,766  in 2013 and representing a 4.7% increase year

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I Don’t Support Parents Who Make children Skip Primary 6 to Start Secondary School – Mrs. Halima Oke, Halifield Schools

Halifield Schools is a household name in the educational terrain on the Lagos Mainland. It has carved a niche for itself as one of the top leading private schools in terms of quality education in the country. Administered by a seasoned educationist in the person of Mrs. Halima Oke and

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BREAKING: Jonathan fires SURE-P boss, Martin Luther Agwai, for attending Obasanjo’s birthday event

President Goodluck Jonathan has fired Martin-Luther Agwai as the head of his government’s intervention unit, SURE-P. Mr. Agwai is a respected former Defence Chief, who led United Nation missions in Sudan, amidst other career runs. Mr. Agwai was appointed by Mr. Jonathan to head SURE-P, a department created by the government to

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