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#MorningUpdate: Going out? Stay off Ojuelegba; see other places to avoid

Motorists and commuters who may be going out of the Lagos Mainland should take this advance traffic warning very seriously as activities of tanker drivers heading to the Apapa jetty have resulted into a heavy traffic gridlock in these axes; Ikorodu Road inwards Ojuelegba Ojuelegba inwards Barracks/Stadium Stadium inwards Eko Bridge Iponri/Costain inwards Apapa Apapa

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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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Relief as Ambode approves construction of multiple lay-by at Ketu

There is good news for residents, motorists and commuters who ply the usually busy Ketu end of Ikorodu. This is as a result of the approval given by Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwumi Ambode, for the construction of three lane lay-by at Ketu bus stop. The construction according to the government

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Flood Prevention: LASG adopts new strategy on solid waste management

The Lagos State Government (LASG) has adopted a new strategy under the new solid waste management policy encapsulated in the Cleaner Lagos Initiative (CSI) to massively tackle flooding. Dr. Babatunde Adejare, Commissioner for Environment who stated this in Alausa at a news conference, said the state government has perfected plans to

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Mainlanders decry the continued delay in opening Second Ojota pedestrian bridge for public use

Weeks after InsideMainland exclusively reported the completion of work on the second Ojota Pedestrian Bridge, Ogudu-Ojota residents, commuters as well as other concerned individuals have expressed their displeasure on the continued delay in opening the bridge for use. The worry of the residents and commuters was as a result of the

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Mainland residents would still get power supply during the 30 days planned outage by Ikeja Electric

Few hours into the planned power outage across different parts of Lagos under the power network serviced by Ikeja Electric, the company has announced the process would not leave customers entirely in darkness. According to Ikeja Electric, the planned outage which “begins March 6 won't leave customers entirely without supply.” Rather,

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Ikeja Electric announces 30 days of blackout for Mainlanders

If recent indications reaching InsideMainland is anything to go by, then residents across these parts of Lagos; Ojodu, Magodo, Alausa, Oke-Afa, Bolorunpelu, Egbe, Igando, Shasha, Ipaja, Alimosho, Agege, Egbeda and Abesan would experience power outage for one month. According to the management of Ikeja Electric (IE), there will be a one-month interruption

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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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Here Is What Happened After Ogudu Residents Prevented Govt. From Commissioning Partly Rehabilitated Road

The residents of Emmanuel High Street, Ogudu  told InsideMainland that the Lagos State Government and Kosofe Local Government have abandoned the partly rehabilitated road after they mobilized to prevent the official commissioning of the road that have been in a deplorable state for more than 20 years. The street which houses

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