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190 persons sustain injuries, 62 die in Ogun road crash

Ogun road crash

ROAD CRASH – The Ogun Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE) said on Sunday that 62 persons died while several others were injured in various auto crashes across the state between January and March. The TRACE Public Relations Officer, Mr. Babatunde Akinbiyi, made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abeokuta. Akinbiyi, who stated ...

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12 dead, 8 others injured in Ogun ghastly motor accident

ghastly motor accident

Not less than 12 persons were sent to their early graves in Ogun state in a ghastly motor accident which occurred Saturday. Eight other passengers sustained various degrees of injuries. The incident occurred Saturday at about 12:25 pm at Fidiwo village, an Ogun community, sharing common border with Oyo State. It was gathered that the ghastly motor accident road  involved two ...

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Review of Ambode’s commitment to changing the face of Lagos

Lagos

LAGOS – One major index of social change and development today, especially in Africa, is infrastructure development as particularly epitomized by the construction of roads and bridges. No nation can boast of having achieved development if a large percentage of her roads are impassable. Infrastructure development is critical to achieving human capital development in any society. The economic impact that ...

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REDAN honours FMBN, others for housing development

REDAN

The Real Estate Development Association of Nigeria (REDAN) has honoured its pioneer president, Dr Lateef Jakande; Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) and former board chairman of FMBN, Prof. Akin Mabogunje for their meritorious contributions towards the growth and development of the housing sector. REDAN is the umbrella body of the organised private and public sector responsible for housing development ...

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Ambode commissions 21 roads in Alimosho

Alimosho

It was all excitement for residents of Ipaja, Aiyetoro, Peak Thomas and other sub-urban communities in Alimosho area of Lagos State, Monday, as Governor Akinwunimi Ambode opened up the areas with network of 21 roads and two bridges amounting to 27.4 kilometres in all. The development is seen impacting the lives of the residents who can now access their once ...

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Senator Ibikunle Amosun relay issues behind delay in issuance of C of O

C of O

Senator Ibikunle Amosun, Ogun State Governor, has identified lack of proper documentation and incomplete payment by applicants under the Homeowners’ Charter Programme as factors responsible for the delay in issuance of Certificates of Occupancy (C of O). Amosun stated this during the 29th edition of presentation of Certificates of Occupancy and Building Plan Approval to another batch of beneficiaries at ...

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I have created 500,000 jobs in Ogun State – Governor Amosun

500,000 jobs

The Ogun State Government says to a large extent, it has resolved the issue of unemployment in the state by creating over 500,000 jobs within the past seven years. The Governor, Ibikunle Amosun, stated this during the state’s Investors Forum in Abeokuta, the capital on Tuesday while listing his administration’s achievements so far. “I am sure since we have been ...

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How to deal with Omo-Onile wahala

Omo-Onile

Land grabbers popularly known in the south-west Geographical region of Nigeria as Omo-Oniles or Ajagungbaale in some quarters have become a menace to prospecting landlords and homeowners over the years. The troubles that emanate from the stables of omo-Oniles especially in Lagos and Ogun states can be life-threatening a times if care is not taken, little wonder Lagos state passed ...

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Covenant University-Nigeria loses N1 trillion to tourism and infrastructure

Covenant University- Nigeria loses N1 trillion to tourism and infrastructure

A former vice chancellor of the Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Professor Charles Ayo, has revealed that Nigeria loses a minimum of N1 trillion to education tourism with about 75,000 Nigerians currently studying in Ghana, Benin Republic and Egypt. In his address recently at the convocation of Crawford University, Igbesa, Professor Ayo appealed to Nigerians to patronise Nigerian universities, especially ...

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