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JUST IN: Armed policemen disperse and arrest anti-fuel price hike protesters in Ojuelegba

Armed Policemen have forcefully dispersed protesting members of Socialist Party of Nigeria, SPN and National Conscience Party, NCP, at Ojuelegba and arrested several of them. The protest was against the recent increase in fuel price and electricity tariff.

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Beware, there is a rising case of robbery and car theft in Surulere

There is currently an increase in armed robbery in Surulere, Lagos Mainland, as residents of the community have shared reports of armed robbery, car thefts and loss of properties in the area. In October 2018 alone, residents who fell victim reported more than four cases of armed robbery with the armed

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UPDATE: Ojuelegba Bridge accident: LASG bans trucks from the bridge

Following the tragic accident that claimed the lives of residents at the Ojuelegba end of Lagos Mainland on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, the Lagos State Government has ordered trucks to desist from passing through the bridge henceforth. Commenting on the development, the Lagos State Commissioner for Transport, Mr. Ladi Lawanson, said

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Exclusive: The true story of the Ojuelegba accident that shook the Lagos Mainland

At about 8:15 pm yesterday, Tuesday, June 19, 2018, motorists, commercial bus drivers and residents alike who use the popular Ojuelegba Bridge and its surroundings to eke out a living were going about their daily activities. While some were returning to their various homes, others were hustling to make the

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How Mainlanders reacted to the Ojuelegba truck accident

In the aftermath of the horrific accident that occurred at the Ojuelegba end of Surulere, Lagos Mainland yesterday, Tuesday, June 19, 2018, claiming the lives of two persons with few others injured, Lagos Mainland residents have taken to microblogging site, Twitter to express their thoughts on the incident. Recall that similar

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UPDATE: Two dead, others injured in Ojuelegba Bridge truck accident

Following the auto accident involving a loaded container truck that fell off the popular Ojuelegba bridge, Surulere, Lagos Mainland, yesterday, Tuesday, June 19, 2018, two persons have been confirmed dead. According to the General Manager, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), Mr Adesina Tiamiyu, two other persons were also injured in

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