Your Search Returned 11 tagged news reports
The bridge would have been opened for use a week ago because work was ahead of schedule, according to the work plan made available by the contractor, but was put forward to enable the contractor conclude some aspects of the job. The Director, South-
October 2012 The plight of residents of the coastal areas of Lagos State over consistent danger faced as the shorelines erodes further, was brought to the fore in a marathon race they oganised at Lekki beach to draw attention to the growing menace.
Ibirogba advised those thinking that the state government would reverse itself to drop the thought, insisting that nothing calls for any reversal since the state currently has 1,059 doctors in its employment. According to him, before the 788 doctors
To this end, the state government has identified some private hospitals that could offer secondary care to serve as rescue centres for patients in critical conditions who cannot be handled at the state owned-hospitals due to the strike...Chief
Yet women must tread the fine line between cultural expectations and legal systems that often deny them justice. Violence against women (VAW) exists in many forms and is directed at female members of society primarily because of their gender, and
Lagos Govt Loses Appeal Over Attempted Murder of Ibru Innocent Anaba 14 October 2011 Lagos The Court of Appeal, yesterday, struck out the appeal by Lagos State Government, challenging the judgment of a Lagos High Court, which discharged and acquitted
Lagos Loses Another 10 Metres of Land to Ocean Surge Olasunkanmi Akon & Monsur Olowoopejoi 29 August 2011 Lagos THE Lagos State Government has said it had lost over 10 metres of land to the ocean surge. This came as residents of Maiyegun community
Lagos Task Councils, CDAs to Monitor Demolition Exercise Olasunkanmi Akoni & Monsur Olowoopejo 3 August 2011 THE Lagos State Government has directed erring residents to vacate and stop building on natural waterways or face severe sanction, just as it
Fashola 26 July 2011 Lagos State Governor Babatunde Fashola (SAN) yesterday said that the state deserved a special status in view of its unique position and being a commercial capital of the country. Fashola said this in Lagos when he played host to
Eight Die in Another Lagos Building Collapse Evelyn Usman, Olasunkanmi Akoni and Monsur Olowoopejo 6 July 2011 Lagos A four-storey building collapsed at the early hours of Wednesday at Idumota/Ebute Ero area of Lagos, killing at least eight persons.