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Group demands urgent passage of LASG 2019 budget by Lagos Assembly

The Lagos Liberation Movement (LLM) has called on the Speaker of the House of Assembly, Hon. Mudashiru Obasa and other lawmakers in the Assembly commence the process to hasten the presentation of the State's 2019 Appropriation Bill to the Assembly for Consideration, by the State's Executive, led by Governor Akinwunmi Ambode. According to the group, the call

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Here’s is why Churches and Mosques will now pay tax in Lagos

In a bid to increase its internally generated revenue (IGR) for development by 100 per cent, a bill that would review Land Use Charge in the state had gone through second reading on the floor of the Lagos State House of Assembly. During a plenary session of the House, the law

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Ikosi-Isheri residents storm Lagos Assembly in protest – See the details here

Residents of in Ikosi-Isheri Local Council Development Area, LCDA, Lagos Mainland alongside members of Olofin Royal Family of Isheri-Oke Church yesterday, Wednesday, December 20, 2017, stormed the premises of the Lagos State House of Assembly and Governor Akinwunmi Ambode’s office, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos Mainland, in protest. The protesters demand the immediate

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How LASG plans to drive economic growth through embedded power project

The Speaker, Lagos State House of Assembly, Hon. Mudashiru Obasa, has disclosed that the Lagos State Electric Power Sector Reform Bill, when passed into law, would turn around the state’s economy. Obasa spoke at the public a Public Hearing on the bill organised by the House Ad hoc Committee on Energy

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Agege residents commend Ambode over Pen Cinema flyover

Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode has constantly put smiles on the faces of Lagosians. It is no news that the Governor has been working in Lagos and the positive changes are seen. This is why major stakeholders in the state have commended the Governor for the ongoing construction of the Pen Cinema Bridge. The

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Exclusion of Minority Leadership in Lagos Assembly is tyranny, PDP chieftain

Following the recent exclusion of minority leadership in the Lagos House of Assembly, the founder of Ibile Peaceful Assembly, Hon. Saheed Mosadoluwa, has declared the decision as tyrannical and undemocratic. Speaking in a recent interview with Access Weekly News, Hon. Mosadoluwa said “I considered the assertion of the Chairman, House Committee

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Is your Lagos Lawmaker on Social Media? Here’s what InsideMainland discovered

The use of internet, especially social media among Nigerians has without doubt, witnessed a significant spike over the last decade. This is because we use the social media for different purposes such as gathering, curating and dissemination of information not leaving aside the functions of keeping tabs and criticizing government

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Breaking: Five PDP lawmakers defect to APC in Lagos Assembly

Five lawmakers elected under the umbrella of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) into the Lagos State House of Assembly have defected to the opposition party, All Progressives Congress (APC). The legislators moved camps today, February, 16, 2017, with their defection announced during a the seating which was monitored by the Speaker

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A new dawn in Lagos Sports as Ambode signs two sports bills into law

A major milestone was recorded in the history of sports in Lagos State, yesterday, Wednesday, February 1, 2017, after Governor Akinwunmi Ambode signed into law, two bills bordering on sports in the State. The bills, Lagos State Sports Commission Establishment Bill and Lagos State Sports Trust Fund were sponsored by Hon.

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Ojodu traders protest at Lagos Assembly over planned demolition of Ojodu Market

Some market women reportedly stormed the Lagos State House of Assembly, Tuesday, to protest against an alleged plan by the state government to demolish the Ojodu Retail Market. According to the report by Punch Newspaper, the marketers appealed to the Speaker of the Assembly, Mr. Mudashiru Obasa and other lawmakers to

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