Day: November 24, 2022

Government My Area

Japa Effect: LASG Tasks Residents on Collaboration at Apapa Hospital

INSIDEMAINLAND– The Lagos State Government has stated that it will require citizen support to renew the Apapa General Hospital infrastructure and expand service delivery. The Lagos state Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, stated this on Wednesday during a stakeholders’ meeting at the hospital residence in Apapa, Lagos Mainland. Abayomi, who was represented at the […]

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Government

MUST READ! No Boat Trips at night in Lagos

INSIDEMAINLAND– The Lagos State Government has reiterated that the law prohibiting boat operators from operating on the state’s waterways after 7 p.m. every day remains in effect. This was revealed in a joint statement released on Wednesday by the Director-General of the Lagos Safety Commission, Mr. Lanre Mojola, and the General Manager of the Lagos […]

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LASEMA Reacts to Tragic Incident in Mushin

INSIDEMAINLAND – The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency(LASEMA) has confirmed the death of a male adult involved in an accident at Alakara, in the Mushin area of Lagos Mainland. The Permanent Secretary, LASEMA, Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, in a statement on Wednesday, said the agency got a distress call around 2am and responded to that call. Oke-Osanyintolu […]

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Fuel Scarcity: Prices Surge as Situation Lingers

INSIDEMAINLAND -Some Independent petroleum marketers, yesterday, raised the price of petrol to N240 per liter, up from about N230 per liter the day before, as the shortage persisted in Lagos and its environs. It was discovered that marketers are currently lifting the product from the depots at N200 per litre, as opposed to N148 per […]

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Cheaper Electricity? Here’s What Sanwo-Olu is Saying

INSIDEMAINLAND – The Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu has urged the House of Representatives to address the problems with the electricity bill 2022 so that state governments can provide input on the state’s ability to produce their electricity. It was gathered that the Senate approved the electricity bill in July in an effort […]

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