InsideMainland Monthly debuts and we are in ecstatic mood!
Hello Mainlanders, it is with great pleasure that we announce the grand return of the print edition of the InsideMainland news – a platform dedicated to reporting issues, events, people, government and the developments around the Lagos Mainland, which debuted in 2014 to much aplomb.
Now to be known as InsideMainland Monthly, the newspaper is an extension of the activities of the InsideMainland online portal, www.insidemainland.com, has grown into a trusted online community news portal that serves as an engagement conduit between government and the governed following years of consistent, insightful and authoritative reportage of the currently under-reported suburb of Lagos.
With a combined 40,000 organically grown InsideMainland online community, the platform continues to serve Lagos Mainland residents including the youths and the adult alike who source news and information around their communities regularly via the portal. We are talking about news you can use.
At all levels, InsideMainland has continued to fly the flag of the Lagos Mainland in bid to promote the spirit of community among residents scattered across communities on the Mainland.
This is in addition to InsideMainland’s consistent championing of the growth of community reporting and engagement at all levels. In February 2018, InsideMainland led discussions about community media across different spheres of life including having a session at the globally acclaimed Lagos edition of Social Media Week.
This edition of InsideMainland Monthly which will be circulated FREE to readers focuses on the good news for residents of Ikorodu community who have over the years wished for a befitting ultramodern shopping and leisure experience within their neighbourhood where they can promote an improved living standard. In recent years, residents in that axis had struggled during popular holidays to get a conducive spot to enjoy their time with families and friends. The news would, however, signal a new dawn for the residents who would rather that the construction of the proposed Ikorodu Mall that would have Shoprite as an anchor tenant amongst other internationally recognised leisure and entertainment brands, in their community is wrapped up as soon as possible.
Also, this edition takes a look at multiple communities, local government areas and councils highlighting the various issues, achievements and other developmental strides aimed at helping enable better living conditions for their residents. This is just as we highlight communities and suburbs where low and medium income earners can reside under N300k budget on the Mainland.
We take a glimpse into the staggering amount generated daily in Ikeja Computer Village, the biggest gadgets and computer market in Africa, and a peek into the beloved Soccer Temple, Agege, home of the biggest football club on the Lagos Mainland, Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries Football Club (MFM FC).
These and many more are compelling and exciting features InsideMainland Monthly will be packaging FREE for your reading pleasure monthly.
Remember, if you have information, events, mysteries and interesting reports around your community you would like us to cover, do not hesitate to contact us on 0906 000 0025 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow our social channels on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Google+ using @InsideMainland.
Sit back, relax and enjoy!
Odion Aleobua @odionmatics
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