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PHOTOS: Motorists, Okada riders stranded as flood takes over Badagry road

The torrential rainfall witnessed in Lagos has caused more harm than good, particularly for motorists plying the Badagry axis. Photographs made available to InsideMainland showed that Okada riders and motorists were stranded, while trying to wade through a flooded road in Badagry, Lagos Mainland. The situation has, however, caused a traffic logjam for commuters. See more

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Opinion: A rough day on Lagos roads

It was movement crisis yesterday afternoon on Badagry express to Orile enroute Ajah axis. It was unbelievably sluggish as various flashpoints precipitated traffic. It took up to 4hours getting to destination on the Ajah axis. I was late for appointment by 2hours. Coming back was more problematic. From Mobil Unlimited to Falomo ascent took

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Frills and Thrills as One Lagos Fiesta kicks off across the Mainland

Residents across Ikorodu, Agege, Badagry and Epe ends of the Mainland were treated to spectacular musical performances as the much anticipated One Lagos Fiesta kicked off across the communities. Touted as one of the most anticipated and thrilling events of the year, the event provided residents and other attendees the opportunity

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GHEN GHEN: Here’s why Association of Lagos Chief Press Secretaries endorsed Sanwo-Olu

Weeks after Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu emerged winner of the All Progressives Congress (APC) ticket to contest for Governor of Lagos State during the 2019 general elections, the Association of Chief Press Secretaries for Council Executive Chairmen across the 20 Local Government Areas and 37 Local Council Development Areas in

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Good news for aggrieved Badagry residents; See why here

Residents of Badagry community can now heave a sigh of relief as the Lagos State Government as assured commuters on the Lagos-Badagry road that effort to rehabilitate the bad portions of the road has resumed following the cessation of the rains. Although the Federal Government manages the international route, the Government

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