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Epe Residents Urge LASG To Complete Road Projects

Road projects

Some Epe residents on Wednesday appealed to the Lagos State Government to complete all road projects it embarked on in the community. The Epe residents, in a separate interview, said that the road projects had been abandoned. Titilayo Adebanjo, a resident, lamented the poor conditions of Epe-Ikorodu Expressway, saying that government’s attention should urgently be shifted to the bad road. Adebanjo ...

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Things You Should Know About The History Of Victoria Island

Things You Should Know About Victoria Island's History

Victoria Island popularly called V.I is an affluent area that encompasses a former Island of the same name that sits between Lagos Island and the Lekki Peninsula in the Lagos Lagoon.  The town and island lies within the boundaries of the Eti-Osa Local Government. This article reveals many things you probably never knew about Victoria Island. Before Victoria Island became one of the most ...

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10 Romantic Getaways in Nigeria For Valentine’s Day

Romantic getaway

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to whisk your loved one away on an enchanting break (possibly without the kids) in a lush, serene and cosy hideout. Well, if you can’t afford to go through visa application process or travel abroad, fear not! Here are 10 romantic getaways in Nigeria offering incredibly romantic packages that are worth every ounce of ...

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Lagos State Government’s achievements in 2017- Ambode

Lagos State's achievements in 2017-Ambode

In Lagos State, the departed year was noteworthy in many ways. As we continue to bask in the euphoria of the New Year and ponder on the many possibilities it offers, it will not be out of place to reflect on some of the feats accomplished by Lagos State Government in the previous year. In 2017, the Lagos State Government’s ...

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Traditional Ruler Lauds Ambode For Opening Up Epe

Epe

A traditional ruler has commended Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State for providing modern infrastructure to the people of Eredo, Ikosi-Ejirin and Epe area of the state. Oba Babatunde Ogunlaja, the Aladeshonyin of Odo-Noforija Kingdom in Eredo Local Council Development Area told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that this would accelerate development in the area. “We appreciate him for ...

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LASG begins enforcement against tax defaulters

Tax defaulters

The Lagos State Government on Monday directed all its revenue agencies to ensure prompt payment of taxes and also commence enforcement of payment by all tax defaulters with immediate effect. Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Steve Ayorinde, in a statement, lamented that many residents were not fulfilling their civic obligation of paying their taxes and that the prevailing situation ...

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‘Infrastructure’ll drive real estate growth’

‘Infrastructure’ll drive real estate growth’

“The Managing Director of Cross and Churchill, Mr. Taiwo Ogunbodede, has said the full potential of the real estate sector can be better realised if the government put in place adequate Infrastructure.”- The Nation Such endeavour, he further said, would also stimulate faster growth in the real estate sector. Ogunbodede, also the Chairman, Real Estate Developers Association of Nigeria (REDAN), ...

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Lagos survey plan fee to go up three times current fee

Stakeholders urge SON to create specialized dept for building materials

Survey plan fee for Lagos state is going to be three times its current fee and this will take effect from April 1, 2017. For Ikorodu, Epe, Badagry Ojo and Ajeromi Ifelodun local governments, survey fee is currently 120,000 naira;  350,000 naira will be the newly increased cost. Lagos Island, Etiosa, Ikeja and Apapa which are presently set at 300,000 ...

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What You Should Know About Ikorodu Town (2)

Ikorodu town

Ikorodu town – initially a massive forest lying a few kilometers north of the Lagos Lagoon, and less than 10 kilometers north of the Atlantic Ocean, was once a walled City. This article is the second and concluding part of “ What you should know about Ikorodu”. It bridges the gap between the old and the new. Read part one ...

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