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Arowojobe bridge: A disaster waiting to happen

OFFICIALS of the Lagos State Emergency Management Authority, LASEMA and their federal counterparts in the National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, should do well to pay a visit to the Arowojobe Village via Mende-Maryland in order to avert an imminent disaster. This is because residents in this ancient community in Kosofe Local Government of Lagos State are presently facing grave danger on account of the precarious nature of the only bridge linking them to neighbouring communities.

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My life in danger, cries out bricklayer

Bashorun Olainukan, a 36-year-old bricklayer had always dreamt of one day owning one of the leading block industries in Lagos State. But it will appear that the envisaged day will not come any time soon as the self-acclaimed expert brick maker is presently in a battle for his life and he has in fact cried out to the Lagos State Commissioner of Police to come to his aid.

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Murder of youth: Over 500 protesting indigenes cry for injustice

THE Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, councillorship primaries in Ebonyi State has come and gone, but the state has not known peace since then. This is on account of the killing of a youth, Kalu Ogbu, in Edda, Afikpo South LGA during the primaries. The murder had immediately sparked off a peaceful protest by over 500 indigenes of Ekoli Edda in Abakaliki, the State capital.

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Tussle with Omo-Oniles: Man kills friend over telecom mast in Lagos

BEFORE his untimely death penultimate weekend, Alhaji Taiwo Awolesi lived for two years in an uncompleted bungalow on No 25 Mohammed Ajayi close, Sabo, Ikorodu. Although he was among the first set of people to own a piece of land in the area, he was unable to erect a structure on the land until two years ago when he parked to the uncompleted building even as work was ongoing.

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