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Akowonjo: Killers on the prowl

RECENTLY, the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Marvel Akpoyibo after a security meeting with the State Executive Council assured Lagos residents that every measure has been put in place to ensure safety of lives and property in the state even in the last quarter of the year popularly dubbed the “ember months”.

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Agbo Malu demolition sparks off outrage

By Kingsley Adegboye An erstwhile serene suburb, tucked between Arakan Barracks  in Apapa and former Malu Road in the outskirts of Ajegunle  in Lagos is the centre of a fresh controversy following the  recent demolition of this pre-colonial rail line community. Settlers say they inherited the location from  their progenitors who were originally cattle herdsmen
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Who owns the breast?

Biologically, a woman’s breasts are primarily for nourishment of infants and serve as her secondary sexual
characteristics, but the obsession with the mammary glands in recent times is something otherwise Talking about the human breasts is such a titillating event as was the case when the Vanguard Health Desk mooted the question about ownership of the female breasts recently.

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Oil pollution: Community cries out for help

By Olasunkanmi Akoni, Gbenga Ashamu & Monsur Olowopejo BARUWA,  a suburb of Lagos is not an oil-producing community just as Lagos is not classified as an oil-producing state. So, ordinarily there is no reason why the community should suffer the ravages of oil pollution or be embroiled in oil-related crisis. Indeed before 1994, life in
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