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Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State has issued a fresh total ban on Okada riders’ operations in six Local Government Areas, which are Eti-Osa, Ikeja, Lagos Island, Lagos Mainland, Apapa, and Surulere. GuardianTV sample opinion of Lagosians and riders on the ban.
12 Apr
Lagos State Commissioner of Health, Dr. Akin Abayomi speaks to GuardianTV on how Lagos fought the deadly Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). An infectious disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus that killed millions of people all around the world including Lagos.
16 May 2021
The Lagos State Government has paid 38 million naira as crop compensation to 16 land owning families of Igbodu in Epe area of the state.
9 Feb 2021
Coronavirus kills at least 335 persons in Lagos State
29 Jan 2021
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30 Nov 2020
Lagos State government, yesterday, destroyed over 500 shanties and illegal structures within and outside the Oko-Oba abattoir and Lairage Complex, Oko-Oba, Agege area of the state.
8 Oct 2020
An explosion occurred at a gas station in the Baruwa area, a northwestern suburb of Lagos Thursday morning, October 8. At least 4 people were killed, and several buildings were burnt according to reports.
16 Sep 2020
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10 Sep 2020
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24 Aug 2020
The Commissioner for Health in Lagos State, Professor Akin Abayomi, has tested positive for COVID-19.
12 Aug 2020
The Lagos State Waste Management Authority has urged residents of Lagos State to stop patronising cart pushers as the State is on the verge of cultivating recycling culture.
5 Aug 2020
The National leader of the All Progressive Congress, Bola Ahmed Tinubu has re-emphasized the need for Nigeria to continue to remain peaceful. Governor of Lagos State, Sanwo-Olu also visited pregnant women to celebrate Eid-El-Kabir.

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