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Festive Celebration: LASG resumes sale of Lake Rice

Ahead of the celebration of the Muslim festive season, the Lagos state Government (LASG) has announced that sales Lake Rice will commence today, Monday, June 19, 2017, at the designated approved retail outlets across the state. The development was disclosed yesterday, June 18, 2017, by the Lagos State Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr.

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Agege LG Sole administrator, Hon. Gbenga Abiola builds first carpentry and shoemaking unit in Agege LG

As part of his efforts to aid skills acquisition in Agege Local Government, the Sole Administrator of the LG, Hon. Gbenga Abiola, has completed construction of a vocational training the workshop where residents can learn shoemaking and carpentry in the local government secretariat. The feat, which is the first of its

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LUTH labour crisis over, chief medical director says

In the aftermath of the hassle between the resident doctors of Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) and the hospital management over unpaid salaries which led to an office shut down, the Chief Medical Director of the hospital, Prof. Chris Bode said that the crisis has been resolved. Prof. Bode made the

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Ikeja electric launches whistle-blowing platform

As part of the measures to enable customers reveal or report illegal and unethical activities in a confidential and secure manner with immediate feedback, Nigeria’s largest power distribution company, Ikeja Electric Plc, has launched a whistle-blowing platform. The platform, which is independently managed by Deloitte, allows customers report anonymously by making

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Why we sacked 145 employees – TVC management reveals

The Board of Continental Broadcasting Services Ltd. (CBS), owners of Television Continental (TVC) and Radio Continental, has announced reason why it relieved 145 members of staff from the workforce.   According to the management, the move was necessary due to the restructuring of its group companies in line with its rationale to

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Chaos as resident doctors and security men clash in LUTH,Idi-araba

There was a disruptive session at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital yesterday, May 31 2017 , following a stage protest by the resident doctors over the eviction of resident doctors from their office by the hospital management The incident which led to several doctors seriously injured after the security men were

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Delayed salaries: LUTH resident doctors stage protest

It was a tense atmosphere at the gates of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Ara as the three main entrance gates of the hospitals were put under lock by the armed policemen following a protest by the health workers over unpaid salaries. The protest march which occurred yesterday, May 24,

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There would be no cattle into Lagos from the North, Agege butchers association declares

Agege butchers association and other stakeholders has declared that there would be no cattle into Lagos from the northern part of the country until they are adequately compensated by the government. This declaration was made following the demolition of shanties and structures at the popular Oko-Oba Abattoir which occurred on Sunday,

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Ikeja Electric cautions residents on activities under power lines

The management of Ikeja Electric (IE) has warned residents of all the areas under its network to desist from engaging in any form of commercial activities under power lines during the rainy season. The disclosure was made by Mr. Felix Ofulue, the Head, Corporate Communications Unit, Ikeja Electric in an interview

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