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4 injured, hundreds stranded as tanker explosion rocks Isolo

Hundreds of commuters were stranded and, at least, four people injured on Tuesday, May 14, 2019, as a commercial bus, manoeuvring near a fallen fuel tanker, burnt beyond recognition, blocking the ever-busy Oke Afa-Isolo Bridge, Lagos Mainland. The Faragon bus carrying 14 passengers burnt at 6.30a.m when it was ascending the bridge connecting Oke Afa

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Resident laments govt. neglect as access road breaks apart in Isolo – Photos

In the aftermath of the continuous neglect of the Isolo-Mushin road which connects Jakande Estate, Oke-Afa with other adjoining communities by the government and how the road is currently breaking apart, a concerned resident has lamented the inactivity of the government. According to the resident, Oretola Olamiju who expressed his displeasure on the current neglect of the

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IN EJIGBO: Relief for Jakande retail market traders as Council boss doles out relief fund to fire victims

In the aftermath of the inferno that razed shops in the Jakande Estate retail market, Oke Afa, Lagos Mainland, the Executive Chairman, Ejigbo LCDA, Hon. Monsuru Bello, has supported the victims of the incident with relief funds to ease their losses. Recall that in the inferno which occurred about two months

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IN EJIGBO: Apprehension as residents discover tent filled with dangerous weapons, ammunitions

Residents of Jakande Estate and Oke-Afa communities, Lagos Mainland, are currently living under fear following the discovery of a tent filled with cutlasses, axes, machetes and other ammunition in the community. It was gathered that the weapons’ filled tent was discovered around West Coast, a notable suburb in the area, with

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Mainland residents would still get power supply during the 30 days planned outage by Ikeja Electric

Few hours into the planned power outage across different parts of Lagos under the power network serviced by Ikeja Electric, the company has announced the process would not leave customers entirely in darkness. According to Ikeja Electric, the planned outage which “begins March 6 won't leave customers entirely without supply.” Rather,

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Ikeja Electric announces 30 days of blackout for Mainlanders

If recent indications reaching InsideMainland is anything to go by, then residents across these parts of Lagos; Ojodu, Magodo, Alausa, Oke-Afa, Bolorunpelu, Egbe, Igando, Shasha, Ipaja, Alimosho, Agege, Egbeda and Abesan would experience power outage for one month. According to the management of Ikeja Electric (IE), there will be a one-month interruption

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