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IN AGEGE: Lagos demolishes over 500 structures, complex

The officials of the Lagos State Government has demolished more than 500 shanties and illegal structures within and outside the Oko-Oba abattoir and Lairage Complex in Agege, Lagos Mainland as part of efforts to ensure adequate upgrading and transformation of the complex for improved operations. The State's Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr.

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Was your farm wrecked by bird flu? This information is for you

No fewer than 26 farmers whose farms were affected by the Bird Flu influenza between 2015 and 2016 have been compensated with N42million by the Federal Government through the Lagos State Government. The Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr. Oluwatoyin Suarau disclosed that the compensation was given in order to reduce the effect

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LASG upgrades abattoir in Ajegunle

As part of the government’s commitment to upgrade all abattoirs in the state to the global standard, the Lagos State Government has constructed an ultra-modern slaughter slab at Ajegunle in the Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Government Area. The Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr. Oluwatoyin Suarau, disclosed this on Sunday, July 23 2017, stating

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Festive Celebration: LASG resumes sale of Lake Rice

Ahead of the celebration of the Muslim festive season, the Lagos state Government (LASG) has announced that sales Lake Rice will commence today, Monday, June 19, 2017, at the designated approved retail outlets across the state. The development was disclosed yesterday, June 18, 2017, by the Lagos State Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr.

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LASG goes after Lake Rice racketeers

Following reports of hoarding of the much celebrated Lake Rice, Lagos State Government has declared intent to arrest anyone caught hoarding or selling the rice beyond the official N12,000 and N6,000 approved rates. It was learnt that the bags of rice are being bought in large quantities by some people who now resell

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Lagos trains 400 butchers on abattoir management

As part of efforts aimed at ensuring and maintaining a hygienic and conducive environment within abattoirs and the red meat value chain business in Lagos, the State government has trained no fewer than 400 butchers and live cattle dealers drawn from various abattoirs and slaughter slabs in the State on

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Here’s why butchers were arrested in Ikorodu and Badagry

Following a recent clamp-down exercise carried out against illegal abattoirs, slaughter slabs and cattle markets by the Lagos State Government over the weekend, no fewer than 24 butchers and cattle traders have been arrested for offences bordering on illegal operations. Speaking with newsmen after the exercise, the Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr.

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Oko-oba Abattoir to handle 1800 slaughters daily after modernization

The Lagos State Government has commenced the rehabilitation of the Oko-Oba Abattoir and Lairage Complex in Agege community in fulfillment of its promise to develop the red meat value chain and restructure the complex for improved operations. The Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr. Oluwatoyin Suarau, who led a team of the Ministry

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