Lagos - - 1 month ago.
BY GEORGE OKOJIE , Lagos Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode on Friday said plans are afoot by the State Government to establish designated commercial courts with the overall objective of ensuring speedy resolution of disputes. Speaking shortly after swearing-in Justice Opeyemi Oke as the 16th substantive Chief Judge of the State, Ambode said the […]
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Lagos - 20 hours ago.
BY GEORGE OKOJIE, Lagos The Lagos State Government on Tuesday revealed that it has paid the total sum of N141.59 billion to bond holders in its various fixed rate bond programmes. The state government disclosed this at the 5th Annual General Meeting, AGM, between the state government and bond holders held in Lagos. The bonds
Lagos - 2 days ago.
Worried by the proliferation of noise in residential areas, the Lagos State government has handed down 90-day ultimatum to churches and mosques to sound-proof their premises or risk closure. The section 9 of the law establishing Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA) empowered the agency to make regulations on acceptable standards or criteria to control
Lagos - 3 days ago.
BY GEORGE OKOJIE, Lagos – Lagos State governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode has warned civil servants against importing non-workable ideas and policies into the civil service in order not to impede productivity. The governor spoke at a two-day training on “Policy Analysis, Development and Implementation for Policy Analysts and Developers in the Lagos State Public Service,”
Lagos - 5 days ago.
The Olosan Division of the Lagos State Police Command on Friday said it had arrested 10 suspected cultists terrorising the Mushin area of the state. The Divisional Police Officer (DPO), Olosan, CSP Adekunle Omisakin, confirmed the arrests to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Mushin, saying that the suspects were arrested at Omodigbo Buhari
Lagos - 6 days ago.
The Nigerian Medical Association, Lagos State Chapter, on Thursday said exodus of doctors from Nigeria had reached an alarming proportion, and called for improved health sector funding to discourage it. The Chairman the chapter, Dr Olumuyiwa Odusote, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that more than 40,000 of the 75,000 registered Nigerian