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  • Lagos land Use Charge Tribunal Takes Off

    The Lagos Government has restated its commitment to the protection of rights of property owners in the state, with the re-inauguration of members of the Land Use Charge Assessment Appeals Tribunal. Governor Babatunde Fashola made the pledge at the re-inauguration of membersRead More

  • LASU Authorities Give Students Compulsory Recess

    The Lagos State University authorities have directed all students to leave the university premises on a compulsory recess as academic and other staff of the institution are on strike. The students who had said there is no going back onRead More

  • NRC Defers Fare Increment

    The Lagos District of the Nigerian Railway Corporation has postponed the implementation of the proposed increment in fares on its Mass Transit Train Service. Newsmen report that the corporation on May 27, announced fare increases for its services with effect fromRead More

  • Residents Petition Lagos Assembly Over Deplorable Road

    Surulere Community Development Association has petitioned the Lagos State House of Assembly over the poor state of Magbon-Obele road, Badagry and called for its immediate repair. The residents of the area lamented that flooding has caused a serious havoc inRead More

  • Ministry of Health Organises ‘Motor Park Health and Safety Initiatives programme’ In Lagos

    The Lagos Ministry of Health says over 500 commercial bus drivers benefited from free health screening at the just-concluded ‘Motor Park Health and Safety Initiatives programme’ in Lagos. Commissioner for Health, Jide Idris, made the disclosure in a statement inRead More

  • Fashola Dispels Rumours About APC and 2015 Elections

    Lagos Governor, Babatunde Fashola, has dismissed speculations that the All Progressives Congress has settled for a particular flag bearer for the 2015 presidential election. Fashola spoke yesterday at the Lagos House in Ikeja when students of Royal College of DefenceRead More

  • Aturu, Others Against Religious Organisations Paying Taxes

    Some prominent lawyers in Lagos have criticized a recommendation by the ongoing national conference that religious organisations in the country should be taxed. Delegates at the conference had on Wednesday voted in support of taxing both churches and mosques. The lawyers toldRead More

  • Police Set Up Team To Apprehend False Alarmists

    Lagos Police Command Spokeswoman, Ngozi Braide, says the command has set up a team to monitor and arrest people who raise false alarms in the state. Braide told news reporters in Lagos that circulating false alarms using the social mediaRead More

  • Lagos Lawmakers Task Public Office Holders On Campaign Promises

    Some members of the Lagos State House of Assembly have called on political office holders to redeem their campaign promises as the country marks 15 years of democracy. The lawmakers told news reporters in telephone interviews on Thursday in Lagos thatRead More


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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