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Here’s how Police plan to tackle spike in kidnappings in Epe

Following the recent spike in kidnappings and other crimes across Lagos State most especially in Epe community, the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, CP Fatai Owoseni has revealed the plans of the Police Command towards tackling insecurity, kidnappings and illicit crimes in the state. Owoseni made this disclosure while responding to

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Qualified applicants for ‘Rent-to-Own’ housing scheme set to get their apartments; find out when

One month after the successful launch of the ‘Rent-To-Own’ housing scheme by Lagos State Government, Governor Akinwumi Amode has announced when the allocation of apartments to successful applicants in the scheme will commence. Ambode disclosed this during the first 2017 Quarterly Town Hall Meeting which held at Ajelogo Housing Scheme, Ajelogo

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PHOTOS: See what happened to a students hostel in Epe

There was pandemonium at the Lagos State Model College, Igbonla, Epe, yesterday, Thursday, January 12, 2016, due to a fire incident that gutted one of the boys’ hostels. Luckily no lives were lost in the incident but the inferno razed parts of the hostel affecting clothes, beddings and other personal effects

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The wait for Lake Rice continues across Lagos Mainland

More than 24 hours after the Lagos State Government (LASG) announced the locations where residents can purchase the much awaited Lake Rice, some residents across the State are yet have sight of the product. As a result of this, residents have continued to worry if truly the rice will be available

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Lagos Scouts For New Talents In Music, Comedy & Dance In 2016 One Lagos Fiesta

As part of the activities lined up to celebrate the festive season, the Lagos State Government has announced plans to stage the biggest event in the State. Tagged as ‘One Lagos Fiesta’ the event will hold simultaneously across the five traditional divisions in the state; Epe, Ikorodu, Badagry, Ikeja, and Lagos

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Phase II Of 114 Roads: Will Any Of These Deplorable Mainland Roads Get Attention?

Months after the Lagos State Government (LASG) completed the official commissioning of the first phase of 114 Roads project across the 20 LGs and 37 LCDAs in the State, the government has announcement it will deliver another 114 roads in 2017. As a result, the Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Akinwunmi

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Here Are The List Of Houses & the Unbelievable Rates For LASG Rent-To-Own Housing Policy

As part of the plans of the Lagos State Government to ensure residents across parts of the State have shelter, the government through the Ministry of Housing will officially launch the Rent-To-Own and Rental Housing Policies on Thursday, December 8, 2016. This development was officially announced by the State Commissioner for

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Heroes of Lagos Mainland: Celebrating People Changing The Face Of Communities On The Lagos Mainland

From the budding technology hub in Yaba, to the popular Computer Village in Ikeja, Nigeria's largest printers community in Somolu, the automobile market in Ladipo, and the industrial corridor from Oba Akran to Ilupeju, the Lagos Mainland is undeniably the focal point of commerce and industries in Lagos. Located in the heart

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Gunmen Attack Secondary School; Kidnap Principal, Students

Gunmen invaded Igbo Nla Model College, a secondary school in the Epe axis of Lagos State earlier today, October, 6, 2016, kidnapping the school vice principal and students. The gunmen reportedly stormed the school premises shooting sporadically into the air to scare away students before heading to the office of the

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Lagos State distributes 49 transformers to Badagry, Epe, Ikorodu

The Government of Lagos State has distributed over 49 electricity transformers to some communities in Badagry, Epe, Ikorodu and Ibeju-Lekki Local Governments and Local Council Development Areas of the state. The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government and Community Affairs, Mr. Jafar Sanuth after handing over the transformers said that the

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