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Check out why you will no longer get inter-state buses on Ikorodu road

As part of the plans to ensure return of sanity and civility to roads in Lagos State, the government has announced the ban of inter-state buses from plying the popular Ikorodu Road. According to the state government, inter-state bus operators have within seven days to relocate their parks to designated inter-state

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LASG set to launch newly completed Ikeja Bus Terminal

Following the completion of the state of the art Ikeja Bus Terminal which is the first of its kind in the country, the Lagos State Government (LASG) has concluded plans to officially launch the terminal. The newly constructed bus terminal was developed by the Akinwunmi Ambode administration as part of the

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LASG commences palliative work on deplorable roads along Ojota, Apapa and others

As part of the measures to ease movement of traffic, the Lagos State Government, through the Public Works Corporation (LSPWC) has commenced palliative work on major deplorable roads. The roads currently been rehabilitated includes the popular Berliet Bus stop along Apapa-Oshodi Expressway, Ojota on Ikorodu Road, Lagos-Abeokuta Express road, Agege motor

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Commuters groan as LAGBUS operators protest over extortion by the law enforcement

There was mayhem in Ikorodu axis yesterday, June 19, 2017, after LAGBUS operators disrupted transport activities in protest against treatment by the state’s traffic law enforcement agencies. The buses are the franchise scheme of LAGBUS Asset Management Limited, whose drivers under the aegis of LAGBUS Captains Association, embarked on the strike

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Woman allegedly set foster child ablaze over N1,000 in Mile 12

A woman identified as Uzoma Austin residing at 5, Adesoji Street, Agiliti, Mile 12 is facing trial at the Ogudu magistrate court for allegedly using an explosive substance to set her 12 year old adopted child ablaze and causing grievous harm and injuries to the child. The prosecutor, Sergeant Lucky Ihiehie, told

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LASG debunks claims to replace M.K.O & Fawehinmi statues at Ojota

Following the viral reports that the Lagos State Government (LASG) is set to replace the statues of prominent personalities, M.K.O Abiola and Gani Fawehinmi at the Ojota Park with another monument, the government has swiftly denied the reports. Reacting to the report, the Acting Commissioner for Tourism, Arts and culture, Mrs.

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VIOs not completely banned on Lagos roads – LASG

The Lagos State Government has reacted to media reports that it has banned Vehicle Inspection Officers (VIO) across the state. You would recall that InsideMainland earlier reported the plans by the government to ban VIO officers from roads to allow for restructuring and retraining of the officers. While refuting the report, the

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LASG to redevelop Agboyi-ketu, allays fears of demolition

The Lagos State Government, on Monday, May 8 2017 declared that the new master plan for the Agboyi-Ketu area is ready with other development plans. The Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, Rafiu Anifowoshe, said the plan included the ongoing expansion of some streets, assuring residents that demolition for the

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LAMATA, LASAA warn residents against phony adverts

Lagos State Government agencies, Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA) and the Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency (LASAA), have issued a warning to Lagos residents against applying for phony job advertised on public utilities. The agencies while making this disclosure insists that the consequences of patronizing such adverts, which are

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