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Three dead, scores injured in Kara bridge – Berger accident

Three persons been confirmed dead in a multiple accident that occurred earlier this morning, November 16, 2017, around Berger long bridge, Lagos Mainland. While InsideMainland cannot independently verify the cause of the accident, it was learnt that the accident involved different vehicles with rescue officers attached to the Lagos State Emergency

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UPDATE: Finally, power returns to Mende, Anthony, Ogudu, other communities

Exactly ten days after the entire Mende, Ogudu, Anthony, Ketu, Ikeja GRA and Ojota communities on the Lagos Mainland were thrown into total darkness, power distribution company, Ikeja Electric Plc. has restored power supply to the areas. Recall that the power distribution company, earlier announced the plan rehabilitate the Maryland Injection

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OMG! See the shocking number of UNILAG students found guilty of drug abuse

The outgoing Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Prof. Rahaman Bello, has disclosed the shocking number of students in the institution found guilty of drug abuse. According to Bello who spoke a recently forum in Lagos, about 100 students of the University were detected to be using hard drugs in

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Dear Mainlanders, the new waste managers are not ready for you yet!

Dear Lagos Mainland residents, it is important for you to take charge of your neighbourhood by disposing and managing your waste properly to ensure you have a hygienic environment. This is because the newly implemented waste managers under the Cleaner Lagos Initiative (CLI) are not ready for you! During its launch

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Yay! Ayinke House – Ikeja to be ready in six months

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode has ordered that the LASUTH Maternity Hospital popularly known as Ayinke House Maternity Hospital located in the heart of Ikeja GRA, Lagos Mainland be completed in six months. Ambode who made the disclosure during his inspection on the progress of on the facility today, Wednesday,

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See the Lagos Mainland schools that just got new blocks of classrooms

Secondary school students in Mushin, Alimosho, Ijede and other areas of Lagos Mainland were in joyous mood yesterday, Tuesday, November 7, 2017, after the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode commissioned blocks of classrooms in the schools. Governor Ambode who spoke simultaneously at the commissioning of several blocks of classrooms and

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Oshodi residents hit the streets in protest, demand prepaid meters

Residents of Oshodi community, Lagos Mainland and environs have taken the demand for prepaid meters in the area to another level after the concerned residents hit the streets I protest. The affected areas which include Mafoluku, Shogunle and Ladipo area of Lagos Mainland had the residents protesting in resistance to the

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Hilarious! Read how Ikeja Electric collects electricity charges in Ikorodu community

Power distribution company, Ikeja Electric has taken a new approach to collection of electricity bills in Ikorodu and one can’t but wonder why it has led to this. Information reaching InsideMainland has it that the power company has began a new approach to revenue collection by adopting collective punishment tactics by

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Revealed! See the reason behind the power outage in Alimosho, Ejigbo, Isolo, others

Following the power outage witnessed across Alimosho, Ejigbo, Isolo, Olorunda and other Lagos Mainland communities, the management of Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has attributed the in adequate power supply the communities to upgrading of its transformers at Ejigbo and Alimosho transmission sub-stations. According to Mrs. Celestina Osin, the Principal Manager

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Oshey! LASWA simulates safety campaign to prevent waterways deaths

In a bid to cushion the incessant boat mishaps on Lagos waterways as recorded in recent times, the Lagos State Waterway Authority (LASWA) has rolled out a safety campaign around all Lagos jetties. The sensitisation and awareness campaign which began yesterday, Thursday, November 2, 2017, will end on Friday, November 10,

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