By Albert Akpor WHEN the heavy bombardment began all within hearing radius cowered in fear or scampered to safety. The deafening, earth-shaking sound immediately conjured in their mind the image of a place suddenly being invaded by an enemy force armed with the most advanced weapons of mass destruction.
By Evelyn Usman Nosamu Street, in the densely populated Ajegunle area of Lagos, is one of the strategically located commercial streets around the area, as it directly faces the popular Alayabiagba market and other business districts in the area.Â However, in spite this commercial edge over other streets, residents of the area are currently gripped
By Bose Adebayo A commercial bus took off from Oshodi heading for Tollgate. On getting to Ikeja, it was stopped by met a team of police men who demanded for the usual N100 settlement, from the driver who promptly paid. This was repeated when the bus approached Abule-Egba as the driver once again parted with
By Albert Akpor FOR long Oshodi, a sprawling market and major bus-stop, revelled in its notoriety as an urban commercial jungle where confusion reigned supreme; a no-manâ€™s land where bedlam was the order of the day courtesy of traders and commercial vehicle operators who turned the place into a war zone of survival. Then last
â€œThat partnership has allowed Lagos State taxi drivers association and other independent operators to join the Lagos taxi business. This partnership has brought about 1,255 cabs and by immediate consequence, has brought about 1,255 direct jobs.â€ He did not stop there.Read More
By Bose Adebayo IFÂ their resigned expression is anything to go by, words alone cannot describe their ordeal these past two days. Indeed most of them were shocked speechless by this unexpected travail.
THOUGH normal operational and administrative activities are still going on both outside and within the respective stations, it is quite clear that all is not well with the men and officers of the nationâ€™s Federal Fire Service.Read More