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Oworonshoki to host LASG transport & entertainment hub

The Lagos State Government (LASG) has outlined plans to transform the blighted areas of Oworonshoki Waterfront into one of the biggest transportation, tourism and entertainment hubs in Nigeria. Speaking on the development, the Commissioner for Waterfront Infrastructure Development, Engr. Ade Akinsanya in a statement, said that the project will improve the

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LG Polls: Check out the list of validated candidates by LASIEC

Ahead of the forthcoming council elections across the 57 LGs and LCDAs in Lagos State, the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC) has released the list of validated candidates to contest Chairmanship and Councillorship positions in the polls. Prior to the release of the validated list, the Commission had in line

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INEC creates 25 new Continuous Voters Registration centres in Lagos

Ahead of the forthcoming Local Government elections in July, the administrative secretary of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Lagos State on Thursday, June 29, 2017, said the commission has approved the creation of 25 additional centres for Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) in the state. This approval was made known in

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Lagos LG Elections: We won’t contest in 42 Council Areas – NNPP

One of the parties registered for the Lagos Local Government Council Elections, the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) has announced that the party will present candidates in the July 22 Lagos local government elections only in 15 of the 57 council areas of the state. The state chairman of the party, Malam Shakirudeen

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Photos: Lagos celebrates Community Day event in Grand style

It was amidst pomp and fanfare that the Community Day event was celebrated across 20 venues in Lagos today, Saturday, May 13, 2017. The event was part of the activities to mark the Golden Jubilee anniversary of Lagos State. The Community Day event witnessed the display of cultural heritage and tradition

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‘The new market is too far’ – Mainlanders decry location of new Mile 12 Market

The Akinwunmi Ambode led Lagos State Government (LASG) recently announced that it had commenced the construction of the new Mile 12 market located at Imota in Ikorodu, Lagos. LASG embarked on the construction exercise months after it earlier announced that marketers at the existing Mile 12 market, Kosofe would be relocated

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Shocking! Land Survey fees goes up by 300 percent in Lagos

Lagos residents hopes of cheaper construction cost and land ownership were in vain after the fresh increment by the Nigerian Institute of suryeours(NIS) in Lagos. The increase which may act as a test bed for professional scale of fees in the environment sector has tangled feathers in the housing industry. The institution raised

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In your market update: Check out the present cost of staple foods at popular Mile 12 market

Owing to the present economic downturn in the country, residents have continued to lament on the costs of staple food items that have gone up north in the country. While some residents prefer to buy food items when they need it, others opt to buy in a large quantity to reduce

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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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Lagos State rolls out impact campaign on InsideMainland.com, 32 other community media

In its determination to consolidate on the achievements of the first year of the Governor Akinwunmi Ambode-led administration, the Lagos State Government has concluded plans to roll out a massive, multi-channel impact campaign in the print, electronic and online media focusing on communities in the state. InsideMainland is one of the selected

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