The Lagos State Government has redeemed its N57.5 Billion Bond in line with its avowed commitment to continue to pay and service its debt obligations as and when due. The bond which matured on the 19th of April 2017 marked the maturity of the N57.5 Billion 2010/2017 Series 2 Program I bond.
As the 2017 rainy season gathers momentum, the Lagos State Government has allayed the fears of residents over the torrential rainfall witnessed in the State on Thursday, saying that necessary steps had been taken to avert any incidence of flood disaster in the State.
Traders and shop owners at the Berger retail market are counting their losses, following the demolition of the facility by the Lagos State Government.
Lagos State Government again alerts members of the public on the dangers of Cerebrospinal Meningitis (CSM) and urges them to report any suspected case to the nearest public health facility.
…Says govt willing to explore channels for amicable resolution
The Lagos State Government on Wednesday said it would not fold its arms and watch the continuous breach of Environmental and Urban Planning laws of the State, which could pose serious danger to public health and safety of residents.
The Lagos State Government has commenced the process of building up data on criminal suspects to aid the gathering of important intelligence that would eventually assist in tracing defendants and providing accurate bio-data for the Courts during prosecution of criminal cases.
The Lagos State Government on Tuesday assured farmers in the State especially in Epe axis of adequate measures to protect them against incessant kidnappings, just as it vowed to pursue vigorously and sustain the renewed enforcement of the ban on commercial motorcycles popularly called Okada plying restricted routes.
…Defendants To Face Charges Of Unlawful Manslaughter, Failure To Obtain Building Approval
The Lagos State Government has filed criminal charge against the Managing Director of Lekki Gardens Estate Ltd, Richard Nyong and others over the collapse of a five-storey building under construction on Kushenla Road in Ikate Elegushi area of the State which killed no fewer than 35 persons.
Israel Adeshola, the National President of Bus Conductors Association of Nigeria (BCAN), has said as from March, it is mandatory for bus conductors in Lagos state to wear uniforms, name tags and badges.
PIC. 16. STUDENTS OF FAKUNLE COMPREHENSIVE JUNIOR SECONDARY
SCHOOL IN OSOGBO WRITING THEIR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
EXAMINATIONS ON WEDNESDAY (17/7/13).
The Lagos State government has announced the cancellation of resit examination of Secondary School Placement Test in the State, according to the Permanent Secretary of the State’s Ministry of Education, Mr. Adesina Odeyemi.