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Apapa gridlock, beyond LASG —MOT

Maritime workers name shipping companies responsible for Oshodi-Apapa gridlock

IN December last year residents of Apapa gave the government a 21-day ultimatum and threatened that if nothing was done about the prevailing traffic gridlock caused by the invasion of the area by trucks, they shall sue the Nigeria Ports Authority, NPA, and all shipping companies. The ultimatum had since lapsed but without any response from those concerned.

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War in NANS!

The National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, is once again in the news, but this time for what many critics deem as all the wrong reasons. The umbrella body of university students in Nigeria is presently embroiled in a crisis that seriously threatens its existence. Though with a long history of activism based on students solidarity against the excesses of constituted authorities on campuses and the society at large, NANS appears to be tottering on a precipice of relevance as it continues to unravel due to certain prevailing circumstances.

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