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Indefinite Strike: Court orders LASPOTECH Unions to resume work

The National Industrial Court sitting in Lagos has directed the Staff Unions of the Lagos State Polytechnic to suspend the strike action embarked upon on August 1st, 2017. This court ruling was given yesterday, Tuesday, August 15th 2017, by Hon. Justice F.I. Kola-Olalere pending the hearing and determination of the Unions’

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Lagos lawmaker condemns jungle justice

Following the increase in spate of jungle justice in the State, a member of Lagos State Lawmaker representing Ifako Ijaiye Constituency II, Hon. Rasheed Makinde has urged Lagosians to shun jungle justice. According to him, the act of jungle justice hinders proper investigation. “The tense environment we have today where everybody is

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Exclusive: Daily staff protest rocks LASPOTECH

Few days after the news of the indefinite strike by the Unions in the Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH) chapter became public knowledge, events in the school has taken a new turn. Presently, lecturers, staff members and students have commenced a daily protest across the various campuses to press home their demands. Earlier

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Lagos assures indigent residents of free legal service

Lagos State Government, through the Public Advice Centre (PAC), has advised the indigent residents of Lagos State to take advantage of the free legal service offered by the government for resolution of their legal problems. The Director, Public Advice Centre (PAC), Mrs Tola Akinyemi, gave the advice during a roadshow at

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Ambode launches ‘operation fix potholes,’ to rehabilitate 43 Lagos roads

In efforts to allay the worries of several Mainlanders and other Lagos residents over development of potholes on Lagos roads, Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, yesterday, August 6 2017, directed the emergency rehabilitation of 43 major link roads across the State and a repair of other major highways and arterial roads found

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Indefinite strike: Court strikes out motion against LASPOTECH staff union

Following the recent indefinite strike embarked upon by the Academic Unions in the Lagos State Polytechnic and the subsequent motion on notice for interlocutory injunction filed by the State government before the National Industrial Court sitting in Lagos to restrain the unions from embarking on another strike action, the Unions

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Good news as Ambode commence steps for 3000MW embedded power project

Mainlanders and other Lagosians have a reason to rejoice as the Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, yesterday, Friday, August 4, 2017, sought a no objection letter from the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) for the State Government’s Embedded Power Programme. Ambode, who led some members of the State Executive Council, lawmakers and

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LAWMA street sweepers demand improved welfare

Street sweepers under the Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) have cried out over unfavourable work conditions, which range from months of unpaid salaries to tedious work schedules. According to NEW TELEGRAPH, the workers expressed their dissatisfaction with the slow rate at which their salaries are being paid by the government

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LASG restates commitment to business-friendly policies

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode has said that the promotion of business-friendly policies that would make local product owners rank at par with their contemporaries in developed countries remains a priority of his administration. Ambode, who made the disclosure at the recently held Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, LCCI

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Bus conductors in Lagos to wear uniforms with their names written on it

In efforts to promote the “Smart City Initiatives” by the Lagos State Government, the National President of the Bus Conductors Association of Nigeria (BCAN) Comrade Israel Adeshola, has disclosed that starting from today, August 3, 2017, the commercial bus conductors will wear uniforms and name tags for easy identification. According to Adeshola,

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