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Flood, bad roads grind Lagos to a halt

Meanwhile, some youths are making brisk business at the bus stops by ferrying people across the road on their backs through the flood for a fee. One of the lads told Vanguard that he gets enough to feed himself and help the family by directing vehicles away from the craters covered by the flood and ferrying people across the road on his back.

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Oshiomhole employs 400 graduates

The governor, who, however, regretted that the 18 local government councils in the state refused to support the state government in the YES programme, appealed to the state House of Assembly to prevail on the council chairmen to be involved in the programme, saying that “the goal of all of us must be how to execute projects that will be beneficial to the generality of our people”.

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Tompolo to JTF: ‘My arrest won’t stop militancy’

SIX days after he was declared wanted by the Joint Task Force (JTF) on the Niger-Delta over the disappearance of at least 16 service personnel of the Nigeria Armed Forces amongst other offences, top militant leader, Government Ekpemupolo, alias Tompolo says that even if he is captured and made to pay the ultimate sacrifice by the security outfit, the Niger-Delta crisis will continue except the Federal Government tackles the root cause of the problem, which is underdevelopment of the region.

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