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#MainlandLiving: The Best Clothes Market Mainlanders Must Visit

INSIDEMAINLAND - Since the inception of online shopping, physical clothes shopping outlets have had to face heavy competition due to the number of vendors who now trade online. However, quite a number of people are still reluctant to shop for clothes online to avoid the risk of being scammed by internet

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What Mainlanders Should Know About The Current Blackout

INSIDEMAINLAND - The management of Ikeja Electric Power Distribution Company has called for calm from consumers across some Lagos Mainland communities. In an official statement released on Saturday, 29th January 2022, and obtained by InsideMainland, the power company wrote: Dear Esteemed Customer, The power outage you have been experiencing in certain parts of

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Abule Ado Explosion: Terminal operators seek relocation of Apapa tank farms

by Winifred Okafor The Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria, STOAN, has asked the Federal Government to plan for the relocation of petroleum depots, otherwise called tank farms, from Apapa. This is to avoid any disaster that may lead to loss of lives and investments. Speaking against the backdrop of the March 15 explosion at

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Abule-Ado Blast: Monarch urges Sanwo-Olu to probe Lagos explosion

by Damilola Agekameh The Baale of the Shoba community in the Abule-Ado area of Lagos State, Chief Jimoh Agbebeji, has urged Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to order an investigation into the explosion that rocked the community on Sunday, March 15, 2020. It was reported that the explosion killed 21 persons, including the Administrator

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“Build more Fire service stations in all LGA’s/LCDAs” – Lagos Lawmakers

by Alli Mustapha The Lagos house of assembly has called on Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu to raise a Sub Committee to investigate on erstwhile fire incidents, come up with solutions, and then establish Fire Stations with boreholes in all 20 Local Government LGs and 37 Local Council Development Areas LCDAs. The lawmakers also

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