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Lagos Enables Quality LG Human Resources

INSIDEMAINLAND - The Local Government Establishments, Training and Pensions Office (LGETPO) has organized a training programme for public servants in the State Unified Local Government Service on establishment matters. Speaking at the commencement of the programme held on Tuesday, 10th May, 2022, at the Zone Hall and Event Centre, Gbagada, the

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#MainlandLiving: Best Place To Live On The Mainland As A Vegetarian

INSIDEMAINLAND - Vegetarians are people known to not eat certain types of foods. They mostly abstain from eating meat, poultry foods, fish, shellfish, or by-products of any animal slaughter. As funny as this may appear, the vegetarian diet contains mostly fruits such as apple, banana, berries, orange, melon, pears, and

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IN AMUWO ODOFIN: Cultists clash, rob residents, loot properties - InsideMainland

Gbagada: Anxiety as Hoodlums Invade Estate Under Perrenial Attack

INSIDEMAINLAND - Residents of the Millennium City Centre Estate in the Gbagada area of the Kosofe Local Government Area of Lagos State were thrown into panic following an invasion by suspected hoodlums on the estate. It was gathered from the residents of the estate that the invasion had become a reoccurring

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COVID-19: 51 violators sentenced, to undergo 14-day quarantine

by Winifred Okafor A Yaba Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos Wednesday sentenced 51 persons to one-month community service for violating the social distancing directives of the Lagos State Government. Chief Magistrate Peter Ojo convicted the defendants following their plea of guilty to twin one-count charges of unlawful gathering. The violators include the 34 out of 37 persons arrested by the

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UPDATE: Police denies arresting journalist for having dreadlocks

The Lagos State Police command has denied that its Anti-Cultist Unit arrested and detained Yinka Badmus, a photojournalist in prison for allegedly sporting dreadlocks, describing the report as ridiculous. In a statement released by the Command’s Public Relations Officer, CSP Chike Oti, the Command said, Yinka Badmus and 13 others were charged to Ogudu Magistrate

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