Friday, December 1, 2023


December 1, 2023

LASTMA sanctions 11 officers over corrupt practices

While 11 officers were found guilty of corrupt practices, one officer was exonerated with the panel’s report.

LASTMA officers
December 1, 2023

Human Trafficking: Immigration nabs five girls on Badagry waterways, issues warning to boat operators

The comptroller admonished boat operators to promptly report cases of suspected human trafficking to the authorities for immediate action.

December 1, 2023

Nigeria’s rights commission receives 100 petitions in Lagos

Lucas Koyejo, a National Human Rights Commission director, says the NHRC received over 100 petitions over rights violations in Lagos in 11 months.

National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)
December 1, 2023

APC enforcer, MC Oluomo, reelected as NURTW chairman in Lagos

NURTW has reelected Musiliu ‘MC Oluomo’ Akinsanya as chairman for a second term in Lagos.

November 30, 2023

EFCC withdraws money laundering charge against ex-Lagos attorney general Shasore

Mr Shasore was standing trial in Abuja and Lagos State on alleged money laundering offences.

Olasupo Shasore
November 29, 2023

Yuletide: Lagos begins distribution of Eko Rice

Mr Fashola said the state government would improve the distribution channels with time.

Eko Rice
November 29, 2023

Bishop Oyedepo endorses son Isaac’s new church

“As hands are laid on you, I pray for unusual grace for sustainable connectivity that will keep you going without sweat,” Mr Oyedepo prayed.

November 28, 2023

Lagos govt. to prosecute residents blocking streets for parties

He condemned how some residents celebrate social activities like birthday parties and naming ceremonies on streets and roads.

Party photo used to illustrate this story (Credit: Nigerian Guardian)
November 28, 2023

Lagos govt vows to clamp down on illegal realtors in 2024

“We will also not spare those who are registered and do not renew their yearly subscription with the agency.”

Babajide Sanwo-Olu (Credit: Babajide Sanwo-Olu)
November 28, 2023

Lagos to address brain drain, rehabilitate more primary healthcare centres

Mr Mustafa noted that the board was not immune to the ‘Japa Syndrome’, adding that it had affected the number of its personnel.