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  • COURT RULES ON HIJAB IN LAGOS SCHOOLS FRIDAY

    An Ikeja High Court in Lagos State will be delivering a judgment on Friday on whether or not hijab (Muslim headscarf) should be allowed in public primary and secondary schools in the state. The judgement is expected to be deliveredRead More

  • The Lagos State House of Assembly has directed the state governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, to immortalise the late medical consultant of the First Consultant Hospital, Stella Adadevoh, by renaming the Infectious Disease Hospital (IDH) after her. This decision was reachedRead More

  • STILL NO ID FOR LAGOS DEAD

    Two weeks after the collapse, only 62 South Africans have been identified. Thirty survivors arrived at OR Tambo International Airport yesterday as calls mounted for the church’s leader, self-proclaimed prophet TB Joshua, to be denied a visa to South Africa.Read More

  • SON BEGINS FULL IMPLEMENTATION OF CEMENT STANDARDISATION POLICY

    The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has begun the implementation of its new cement standardisation and reclassification scheme. During a zonal stakeholders’ forum on blocks and allied products in the southwest, which was hosted by the SON in Lagos onRead More

  • POLICE ARRAIGN TWO FOR FRAUD, THEFT

    The police have arraigned two men, Ayanda Kolawole and Tunde Sulaiman, separately before an Ebute Meta Magistrate’s Court for alleged fraud and theft. While arraigning Kolawole, 42, the police said he attempted to defraud one Enudi Nelson Ifeanyi. He wasRead More

  • LAGOS FINANCES IN ROBUST STATE, SAYS COMMISSIONER

    The finances of Lagos State are in robust state and there is nothing to worry about debts owed by the government either externally or internally, Ayo Gbeleyi, the state commissioner for finance, has said. Gbeleyi made the declaration at theRead More

  • LAGOS AIRPORT RECORDS HIGHEST MOVEMENT OF PLANES IN 2013

    The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has declared the Lagos International Airport as the busiest gateway in Nigeria, with 21, 955 aircraft movements in 2013. This was followed by Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, which recorded 18, 417 in theRead More

  • WHY WE HOLD IGBO DAY CELEBRATION –CHAIRMAN, OHANAEZE LAGOS

    As the nation, which forms the Southeastern part of Nigeria celebrates, she will be inviting the world to come see what has become of a nation that emerged from the harsh realities of a  civil war where the people wereRead More

  • ROAD PROJECTS IN LAGOS NOT ABANDONED

    he Lagos State government has said that it had not abandoned any road project in the state. The government, in a statement, said that media reports to the contrary were wrong and that road projects were ongoing in every partRead More

Poll

How do you think aliens would take over the world?

  • They would come as rabbits and overpopulate the earth (40%, 2 Votes)
  • The traditional way: 'SPACESHIPS'! (40%, 2 Votes)
  • Through the water (20%, 1 Votes)
  • They would get rid of us humans - they only came to study the cockroaches (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 5

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