THE management of the Federal Medical Centre, Owo, Ondo State detained a woman, Folashade Omole, and her newly born triplets over the inability of her husband to settle N110, 000 hospital bills.Read More
Eight labourers working at a building site in Igogoro community, Igbo-Eze North Local Government Area of Enugu State have been choked to death by generator fume.Read More
There will soon be respite for motorists plying Agege-Pen Cinema axis in Lagos, as State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu assures accelerated completion of the abandoned Pen-Cinema Bridge.Read More
Lagos State Government has issued a seven-day ultimatum to owners of illegal trading kiosks and shanties along Lagos-Badagry and Oshodi-Abule Egba corridors to vacate the routes for a clean-up exercise aimed at reclaiming rights of way for free passage of vehicles and salvaging the aesthetics of the environment.Read More
A patient whose identity has not been disclosed reportedly committed suicide at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital, UBTH at the Accident and Emergency (A & E) Ward of the hospital on Saturday night.Read More
Tragedy struck Sunday at Agboju, along the Mile 2/ Badagry expressway, Lagos, after a truck with 20feet container rammed into a petty trader and four commuters, killing them on the spot.
Over 10 persons reportedly sustained varying degrees of injuries.
The tranquility hitherto witnessed by residents of Ilaje and Ajah communities in Lagos State, is presently being truncated by the eruption of crises which have left not less than 10 persons dead, with others injured. Houses, including churches were burnt and women, both married and singles , allegedly raped by the invaders who stormed the communities under the cover of the darkness. Some of the residents, especially those living close to the waterside, have fled their homes.Read More
Lagos State Governor Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Thursday revealed that his administration will work harmoniously with the traditional rulers for peace, progress and sustainable social and economic development in the State.Read More
LAGOS — GOVERNOR Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State, yesterday, visited victims of the recent Ijegun pipeline fire incident who are receiving treatment at the Trauma and Burns Unit of the Gbagada General Hospital.Read More
Barely four days after the Ijegun pipeline explosion, Lagos State Government, on Monday, disclosed that no fewer than 10 of the 22 victims that sustained several degrees of burns have died in the hospital.Read More