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Coastal erosion: NCF seeks FG’s, Lagos Govt’s urgent intervention

Disturbed by the devastating effect of the fast eastward ocean current eating up several meters of land daily on the Lekki and Victoria Island corridors, thereby threatening lives and property along the axis, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation, NCF, has called for urgent intervention of the Federal Government to save Lagos coastline from imminent total collapse.

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Ongoing repair work on the Apapa wharf roads in Lagos

Apapa Wharf Road : Contractor reassures of July completion deadline

Handlers and one of the financiers of the ongoing Wharf Road, Apapa reconstruction, Messrs AG Dangote Construction Company Limited, at the weekend reassured Apapa residents, motorists and commuters that the pains and agony they are currently going through as a result of the reconstruction of the road that commenced June last year, will soon be over as efforts are being channelled into the project to meet the July 2018 completion date.

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Why Ikoyi apartments are empty – Developer

If you think the reason for the visible empty residential apartments that cut across the length and breadth of Ikoyi, a highbrow neighbourhood and one of the most expensive residential areas in Lagos, is due to effect of the current economic crunch in the country, it is not. Rather, the cause of the emptiness is as a result of poor finishing of the apartments coupled with the use of poor materials during construction.

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Ambode’s aide’s pronouncements undermining waste crisis resolution efforts — PSP

MEMBERS of the Association of Waste Managers of Nigeria, AWAM, have decried the recent statements being credited to the Special Adviser to Governor Akinwunmi Ambode on Cleaner Lagos Initiative, CLI, Adebola Shabi, stating that such pronouncements were capable of undermining the efforts being made by the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, to find a lasting solution to the current waste management crisis in the state.

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