Day: November 22, 2022

Government

LASG Seeks Continuity of Farming Initiative For Mainlanders

INSIDEMAINLAND – Lagos State Government has appealed to the World Bank for an extension of the Agro-processing, Productivity Enhancement, and Livelihood Improvement Support, APPEALS, Project for farmers’ productivity in the state. The State’s Commissioner for Agriculture, Abisola Olusanya, revealed this on Monday while visiting Lagos for the ninth implementation support mission with members from the […]

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Wellbeing

Sexual Abuse: Femi Olaleye Absent as Trial Begins

INSIDEMAINLAND – The arraignment of the medical doctor of Optimal Cancer Care Foundation, Dr Olufemi Olaleye, before an Ikeja Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court, over alleged defilement of his wife’s 15-year-old niece, was on Monday stalled due to his absence. INSIDEMAINLAND gathered that when the matter was called, the prosecuting counsel, Oluwagbenga Alagbe, told […]

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My Area

The Queues are Back as Fuel Scarcity Hits Lagos

INSIDEMAINLAND– The fuel scarcity deepened further in Lagos, yesterday, with several filling stations shutting their gates to motorists while the few that opened had long queues of vehicles. The NNPC (former Oando) road along the Alausa Secretariat road was closed to motorists while the same thing could be seen at the Total filling stations in […]

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Government Wellbeing

LASG Orders Probe into Alleged Sexual Abuse at Optimal Health Centre

INSIDEMAINLAND– The Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, has requested that the Health Facilities Monitoring and Accreditation Agency conduct a thorough investigation into allegations of sexual abuse against an unidentified patient at the Optimal Cancer Centre in Lagos. According to a statement signed by HEFAMAA, Abayomi revealed that the video that was circulating […]

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Wellbeing

#SavingLives: LASG embarks on Mass Vaccination of Infants

INSIDEMAINLAND – The Lagos State Primary Health Care Board has made known its intention to vaccinate more than 50,000 children in order to reduce the number of rotavirus-related deaths that occur each year in the state. This was revealed by Mrs. Clara Owojuyigbe, Director of Health Education and Health Promotion Services at LSPHCB, on Monday […]

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