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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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Ikorodu road, Oworo & more flooded due to rainfall, dredging

Following the torrential rainfall across Lagos earlier today, Friday, August 25, 2017, parts of the state witnessed heavy flooding to the downpour. Presently, the popular Ketu bus stop on Ikorodu road is flooded with waste evident on the road. Also, some parts of Oworonshoki is submerged in water with residents unable to

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Oworonshoki residents beg Ambode to save community school from extinction

With Nigeria hitting the highest number of out of school children put at 10.5 million according to United Nations recently released statistics, residents of Oworonshoki community has called on the Lagos State Government to come to their aid in the community to avert an impending catastrophe that could throw more

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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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See list of stolen cars recovered by police at Itire and Oworo police station‎ respectively

The operatives of the Lagos State Police Command have announced the recovery of five vehicles from robbers across the State. According to the Police, the vehicles were either stolen from car packs or snatched at gunpoint by hoodlums from innocent citizens in the State. The recovered vehicles are; Mitsubishi buses with registration

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Police officers escape death in Third Mainland Crash

Two men of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) attached to the Lagos State Police Command escapes death by the whiskers after a  mainland bound Nigerian Custom Service car, Peugeot 406, rammed into a RRS vehicle on the Third Mainland Bridge today, Saturday, May 27, 2017. It was gathered that the Customs

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Relief for Bariga residents as Ambode orders construction of Bariga-Ilaje road

Residents of Bariga – Ilaje community in Lagos have a reason to heave a sigh of relief after Governor Akinwunmi Ambode directed that contractors should commence the construction of the popular Ilaje road and Odunsi Street. Ambode gave the directive during an extensive inspection tour of roads in the area yesterday,

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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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Expressway of death; Here’s why 3 persons die every 72 hours in Gbagada (WARNING! GRAPHIC IMAGES)

If the information we have is anything to go by, then residents of Gbagada must be the most endangered persons in Lagos State. Residents told InsideMainland that no fewer than three persons die while attempting to cross the Anthony-Gbagada Expressway every 72 hours. This is because those living at the Gbagada, Oworonshoki and

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