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7 Reasons Why You Should Live Around Your Workplace

7 Reasons Why You Should Live Around Your Workplace

This article gives us seven reasons why we should live some blocks away from our workplace. In view of this era of economic recession, it is expedient we find ways by which we can reduce the resultant effect of the economic downturn on our lives. One major reason that should override every other reason the average Nigerian should live close to ...

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Where You Choose To Live Can Affect Your Love Life

Where you choose to live

It’s lovers day; a day that has been set aside in honour of Saint Valentine. As it is the custom around the globe, it is a day to show love not only to your significant other but any other person or group of persons that has the tendency to feel love. In this article, I will be discussing how “Where ...

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Governor terminates contract for construction of 4th mainland bridge

Lagos state governor donates 120 generators to Lagos police command

“Governor Akinwunmi Ambode has terminated the contract for the construction of the 4th mainland bridge. According to reports, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed with a consortium of companies on May 25, 2016. The Lagos state government said the contract was terminated because the concessionaire was working at a slow pace. Speaking at a ministerial briefing at Alausa, Ikeja, ...

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We Are Where We Live

WE ARE WHERE WE LIVE

There is no gainsaying that human beings are a product of their environment. You don’t expect a babe from Ajegunle to act more posh than a lady that was born and bred in Lekki, except, of course pigs now fly. This article aims to justify the fact that, we are where we live. Although we like to believe that we ...

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New Regional Master Plan For Ikorodu Proposed

Master plan

The upgrade of Ikorodu township, a rapidly expanding settlement in Lagos State, to a contemporary eco-city development is in top gear as the government’s consultant has unveiled a new and ambitious programme to review the city’s spatial dynamics. The coming master plan hopes to cover a period of 20 years from 2016 to 2036. So far, the State’s Ministry of ...

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