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LUTH management debunks strange death in the hospital

In the aftermath of the reports that 13 people died of a ‘strange’ illness linked to Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) in the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, the Chief Medical Director of the hospital, Prof. Chris Bode, has debunked the claims. Prof. Bode in a statement said no doctor made

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LASG tasks Ikorodu residents on waste management

In its continued efforts of seeking understanding and acceptance of Lagosians on the Cleaner Lagos Initiative (CLI) as an innovation in solid waste management, the Lagos State Government has taken the advocacy and enlightenment programme to Ikorodu Division of the State. The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of the Environment, Mr. Abiodun Bamgboye,

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Sallah festival: LASG assures Lagosians of safety

Ahead of the forthcoming Sallah festival, the Lagos State Government through the Office of the Special Adviser to the Governor on Central Business Districts has assured Lagosians, especially shoppers and commuters doing business on the Lagos Central Business District area, of their safety during the season. The Special Adviser to the

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LASG shuts plank market in Oko-Baba

Days after the Lagos State Government (LASG) demolished more than 200 structures in Iwaya - Yaba,  the government has ordered the immediate closure of a plank market in the area. Earlier today, the government ordered the immediate closure of the plank market in Oko-Baba Extension by Wright Street in Yaba Local

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Fear as another patient test positive to Lassa fever in LUTH

One of the 100 people placed on surveillance by the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba over suspicion of being infected with Lassa fever has tested positive to the virus. This development is following the three medical doctors who initially tested positive in the same tertiary hospital, were discharged after treatment. Confirming

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Are you one of those who use electricity without paying? Read this

Following the continuous energy theft affecting the electricity industry in Nigeria, recent indications have shown that energy thieves may be risking 21 years jail term if found culpable. The development was announced by the Head of Corporate Communications, Ikeja Electric, Mr. Felix Ofulue, who stressed that efforts to check such stealing

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Emergency services take new turn as LASEMA launches surveillance drones

In a bid to continually save, protect and sustain lives and livelihoods of residents across the State, the Lagos State Emergency Response Unit (LASEMA) has launched drones to support disaster management and situational awareness in the State. The newly launched drones will constantly be utilized to support Emergency Response by delivering

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LASG empowers 2000 Persons With Disability

More than 2,000 Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) in Lagos State were yesterday, Wednesday, August 9, 2017, handed financial grants, assistive technologies and mobility aids by the Lagos State Government. This is also in addition with the plans to employ 250 physically-challenged persons into the mainstream of the State and Local

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Road traffic defaulters now to receive fines at homes, offices

As part of the efforts to end the brutal enforcement of road traffic laws in Lagos State, the government has concluded plans to introduce an electronic central billing system. The government will test-run the new development next week, InsideMainland gathered. According to reports, the electronic platform will make it possible to

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Panic as LUTH discovers 3 more cases of Lassa Fever

Officials at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, has confirmed three more cases of Lassa fever in Lagos just as the State Government urged residents not to panic as it is on top of the situation. Recall that two persons infected with the disease have died at the LUTH. Also,

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