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House owners should obtain approval – LSHA

House owners should obtain approval – LSHA

“Worried by incessant cases of building collapse, the Lagos State House of Assembly, LSHA has asked relevant state-owned agencies in the sector to brace up and stop the trend.”- PM News The Chairman of the House Committee on Physical Planning and Urban Development, Mr Setonji David, said on Saturday that the state would no longer tolerate violations of its rules ...

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Lagos building collapse: death toll rises to four

House owners should obtain approval – LSHA

Premium Times reports that rescuers pulled out the body of another victim from the rubble of 2/4, Richard Abimbola Street, Ilasamaja, Isolo, Lagos building collapse. The General Manager, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, LASEMA, Adesina Tiamiyu, told NAN on Sunday that the body was discovered on Saturday night. “The body was pulled out during the post disaster clearing of the ...

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Construction work recommences at Port Harcourt international airport

Construction work recommences at Port Harcourt airport

According to Leadership, construction works have once again recommenced at the Port Harcourt International Airport (PHIA) following the return to site by the contractors handling the project. Contracts for the remodeling of the airport was awarded by the former Aviation Minister, Princess Stella Oduah as part of efforts to uplift the airport but was abandoned when she was removed from ...

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OGFZA gets 35,000 hectares from Bayelsa

Family petitions Amosun over forceful eviction by a land grabber

According to Vanguard, efforts by the Oil and Gas Free Zones Authority, OGFZA, to fulfill its core mandate and play a key role in the Federal Government’s drive for foreign direct investments, FDI, received a major boost, weekend, when the Bayelsa State Government announced that it has handed over to OGFZA state lands measuring 35,000 hectares for the development of ...

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Lagos acquires 500 hectares of land for farm estate

Lagos acquires 500 hectares for farm estate

“The Lagos State government has acquired 500 hectares of land in Eluju-mowo, along Itoikin-Epe road for Farm Estate Initiative, to address the various challenges facing agriculture in the state.”- The Guardian It has also fully compensated the five affected communities, whose crops were affected. Speaking at a cheque presentation ceremony, held at the Ministry of Agriculture, Ikeja, Special Adviser to ...

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Top 10 Places In The World You Can Never Visit

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Do you know there are some cool places in our world that is out of bound? These places which ordinarily would have been tourist sites if not for the secrecy shrouded in such places are off limits, maybe forever! This article reveals 10 places in the world you and I are forbidden to visit Our spectacular planet has so many ...

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Fire claims woman, cars, church property in Ibadan

Fire claims woman, cars, church property in Ibadan

Daily Post reports that tragedy occurred Wednesday morning along Eleyele – Ologuneru- Eruwa Road in Ibadan after a tanker fire claimed the life of a yet-to-be-identified woman and destroyed property worth millions of naira. The fire which started around 11am, according to eye witness, was triggered when the truck loaded with 33,000 litres of diesel had difficulty ascending the hilly ...

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Atan/Agbara alive for Ogun’s 600-metre bridge, road

Atan/Agbara alive for Ogun’s 600-metre bridge, road

“The Ogun State government has begun the construction of a six-lane 12-kilometre (KM) road and a 600 metre bridge in Atan/Agbara, Ado-Odo Ota Local Government Area of the state. The project is part of measures to  end the hardship being experienced by motorists and other road users due to the bad state of the road. The construction work, according to ...

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Ambode commissions Ajah, Abule-Egba flyovers

Ambode commissions Ajah, Abule-Egba flyovers

“Lagos State governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, yesterday commissioned the two newly-built bridges in Ajah and Abule-Egba, stating that it would not only help reduce travel time but also boost economic activities within the corridors.”- The Guardian. Ambode noted that in the quest to build a globally competitive city-state, one strategic emphasis of his administration has been to improve connectivity in the ...

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Ajimobi seeks cooperation on enumeration of gov. properties

Ajimobi Seeks Cooperation on properties enumeration

PM News reports that Gov. Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State has sought the cooperation of landowners in Oluyole Local Government Area of the state, as the government begins the enumeration of properties on government acquired land. The governor made the appeal in Ibadan at meeting with the landowners at the conference hall of Oluyole Local Government Council on Wednesday. The ...

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