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Traffic robbers defy Ambode, Police, extend to other routes

Despite Lagos state Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode’s vow to crush traffic robbers, indications show the menace is on the increase as other routes such as Ikorodu road are now targets. Residents and motorists have called on the Governor and the Lagos state police command to urgently address cases of robberies in traffic

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Notorious bullion van robber arrested in Mushin

The Lagos State Police command has confirmed the arrest of an armed robbery kingpin, Bolaji Oyekanmi who specializes in robbing bullion van has been arrested. The Police detectives attached to Ilupeju Police Station led by Superintendent Olayinka Egbeyemi, were said to have swooped on the kingpin after his gang successfully robbed

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Ifelodun LCDA sponsors 400 students for 2015 Nov/Dec WAEC exams

The Ifelodun Local Council Development Authority (LCDA) has registered 400 persons for the forthcoming 2015 Nov/Dec West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WAEC) The council’s Executive Secretary, Mr Adigun Adebayo, while presenting the examination forms to the beneficiaries on Thursday August 13, 2015 said the gesture is to support the needy

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Court stops Saturday coronation of Ikorodu king

The coronation ceremony of Chief Kabiru Adewale Shotobi, as the new Ayangburen of Ikorodu kingdom which was slated for 10.00am on Saturday August 15, 2015 has suffered a setback. Justice Olabisi  Ogungbesan of the Ikeja High Court ruled on Friday August 14, 2015 that the ongoing coronation ceremony should be put on hold. Specifically,

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Update #5: Survivors of Bristow Lagos helicopter crash moved from Gbagada General Hospital

The six survivors from Wednesday’s Bristow Helicopters crash in the Lagoon at the Oworonshoki area of Lagos, were on Thursday moved to St. Nicholas Hospital in Lagos Island from Gbagada General Hospital, where they were first attended to. In the heat of the rescue operations two of the survivors were taken

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Update #4: Bristow confirmed 6 died in Lagos helicopter crash; suspends operations

Bristow Helicopters (Nigeria) Limited on Thursday confirmed that six person died in Wednesday’s crash in Oworonshoki area of Lagos. It added that there six survivors from the crash. The last two dead victims include Captain Joseph “Jay” Wyatt of Oklahoma, United States, and First Officer Peter Bello, a Nigerian. (PICTURED) ​Captain Wyatt,

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