Author: adebanke adekoya
COV/OMOLARA OMOSANYA As part of efforts to reduce poverty and attain food sufficiency, the Lagos State Government has empowered one thousand seven hundred and fifty persons in this year’s edition of its Agricultural Value Chains programme. The beneficiaries were given agricultural productive assets and inputs free of charge at a ceremony in Ikeja area of […]
Annual symposium and Award ceremony organized by Health Writers Association of Nigeria, HEWAN, at Ikeja Lagos.
As part of efforts to ensure improved service delivery and client satisfaction in public health facilities, the Lagos State Ministry of Health in partnership with the Saving One Million Lives Programme for Results (SOMLPforR); a Federal Government sponsored initiative has commenced an eight-day capacity building workshop for over 1, 050 health workers in the State.
Scores of air passengers and motorists were stranded on the airport road this morning at about 9.45am as a tanker belonging to Forte oil fell and spilling its content on the road.
LAGOS BUDGET: Sanwo-Olu proposes the sum of one-point-one-six-eight trillion naira for year 2020… . Works and infrastructure expected to gulp 115 Billion Naira
. Education 60 percent in the budgetary allocation and 33 Billion Naira to be expended on healthcare.
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has announced that he wants to be addressed as “Mr. Governor” instead of the honorary appellation of “Your Excellency” usually ascribed to those holding such office.
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has restated his administration’s commitment to ensure that abandoned buildings within Markets are put to proper use for the benefit of traders.
Another Fire broke out early this morning at the top of an adjourning building to the Shopping Plaza that went up in flames yesterday at Balogun.
LASEMA in response to dual fire incidents at Oluwole by Martins, and the jewelry market at Documu Street, has fully activated all first responders to the 6 storey building at 43 Martin Street and the 3 storey commercial building of lock-up shops that was found engulfed in fire. The LASEMA team and other responders despite […]
The Lagos State Government has once again reiterated the need for citizens to maintain high standard of personal and environmental hygiene at all times as part of the measures to prevent the outbreak of epidemics especially the spread of gastroenteritis also known as vomiting and diarrhea which has been reported in the State.