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Two confirmed dead as helicopter crashes into building in Lagos

TWO have been confirmed dead in a helicopter crash that occurred on Friday afternoon at Opebi area of Ikeja, Lagos State.  An eyewitness told The...

Uber, Bolt, others have agreed to pay N20 per trip, says Lagos government

THE Lagos State Government has said e-hailing operators would be paying N20 as Road Improvement Fund, on each trip their drivers make in a...

Sanwo-Olu orders reopening of places of worship, increases public gathering capacity

BABAJIDE Sanwo-Olu, Governor of Lagos State has ordered the reopening of mosques and churches in the state as from August 7. The governor while making...

SS3, TEC3 students in Lagos State to resume August 3 – Commissioner

THE Lagos State Government has directed all students in Senior Secondary class 3 and Technical Studies (TEC3) in both day and boarding schools in...

FG to shutdown third mainland bridge for six months

THE Federal Government has disclosed its plans to shut the Third Mainland Bridge for six months effective from Friday, July 24. Olukayode Popoola, Federal Controller...

FACT-CHECK: Did security agencies foil planned Hezbollah attack on Lagos?

A news report by TVC News Nigeria, which claimed that security agencies foiled a planned attack by a terrorist group, Hezbollah, on Ikoyi and Lekki areas of Lagos state, is FALSE.

Lagos gives directives on reopening of event centres, limits gathering to 500 persons

LAGOS State Government has on Thursday clarified its position on reopening of event centres, explaining that owners of such places must register their facilities...

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Nigerians criticise CBN’s reliance on Dangote refinery to fix naira’s free fall

SCORES of Nigerians have criticised the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)'s reliance on Dangote's refinery to address the depreciating...

NSCDC warns dismissed workers to stop parading as staff

THE leadership of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has warned its dismissed personnel to stop parading...

Presidency keeps mum over allegation of N20.5m payment to terrorists

THE presidency is keeping sealed lips on a report by the Wall Street Journal that the military paid $50,000...

Four officers in Police custody for assaulting, extorting N25,000 from Kogi passengers

THE Police in Kogi say four officers seen in a viral video are now in custody over assault and...

Amid global web censorship, free internet app offers lifeline

WITH internet and press freedom globally shrinking, Stanislav Shalunov, developer of a mobile app that allows users to send...
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