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Lagos hosts Ogun, Ondo to UN food systems summit

The Lagos State Government in collaboration hosted Ondo, Ogun delegates for United Nations Food Systems Summit in Ikeja, Lagos as the Imota rice mill nears completion.

Exclusive: Nasarawa, Abuja topple Lagos as COVID-19 hotspots

With daily COVID-19 cases plummeting in Nigeria, the dynamics of the virus has changed, with Lagos losing its top spot as the grim capital.

NCDC announces 634 new cases of COVID-19

Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has announced 634 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total infections in the country to 154,476.

15 die of COVID-19 in Lagos, national death toll hits 1862

More COVID-19 deaths were recorded on Monday, with Lagos recording 15 of the 23 reported throughout Nigeria.

Photos from Train-Trailer accident scene in Lagos

A train collided with a truck loaded with animal feed at Jonathan Coker Railway Level Crossing in the Fagba Area of Iju Ishaga, Lagos State, Monday.

UK endorses more foreign direct investments into Lagos

The British Government over the weekend gave a seal of approval for more foreign investments in Lagos, as plans get underway for the take-off of the first waste to energy plant in the State.

Big relief for Lagos as COVID-19 cases fall for 2nd day in Nigeria

NCDC announced 643 new cases of COVID-19, the second successive day that daily cases fell below 1,000. Cases in Lagos also sharply declined

Lagos posts highest ever daily COVID-19 cases, Ogun reports lone death

Lagos has set a new record in its COVID-19 grim statistics, posting a humongous 1,040 cases on Saturday. It was the highest daily count ever reported by the state

Lagos aggravates Nigeria’s daily COVID-19 grim record for Thursday

Lagos has aggravated Nigeria's daily COVID-19 record for Thursday after it reported 536 cases, making the NCDC jack up the national record from 861 to 1,400.

Lagos hits two grim COVID-19 milestones , Abuja posts 7 of 15 deaths

Lagos posted a new grim record 901 daily COVID-19 cases on Sunday as it simultaneously surpassed 40,000 in cumulative cases.

Lagos records another four COVID-19 deaths

Nigeria's COVID-19 death toll reached 1,382 on Wednesday, with nine new deaths recorded in the country. Lagos logged four of them

COVID-19 not a hoax, Sanwo-Olu warns Lagosians again

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu sounded another bugle on Sunday, pleading with Lagosians to follow COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Obasa seeks conversion of Lagos Laws into local languages

The Speaker of the Lagos House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa has emphasised the need to convert the laws of the state into local languages for the benefit of every resident.

COVID-19: Lagos intensifies sensitisation on second wave

The Lagos State Government has intensified its public advocacy and sensitisation on the emergence of a second wave of COVID-19, through interaction between staff of the Ministry of Information and Strategy and members of the public.

Nigeria posts another record cases of COVID-19, Lagos breaks the chart too

Nigeria broke its grim chart for the second day, posting an unprecedented 1354 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday.

Transporter Augustine Ilodibe Jnr, 2 others die of COVID-19 in Lagos

Transporter, Augustine Ilodibe Jnr. who died of COVID-19 in Lagos was among the three persons lost to the virus in Lagos on Monday.

5 hotspots of COVID-19 in Lagos revealed

Lagos State Commissioner for health, Professor Akin Abayomi has revealed five hotspots for COVID-19, as Lagos sets a new record in CoVID-19 cases

Lagos transportation ministry debunks involvement in land matters

The Lagos State Ministry of Transportation has debunked a Social Media post by a Lagos lawyer, M.O. Ubani, accusing the Ministry of its involvement in a land matter situated at No 1 Folurunsho Kuku Street, Off Agbaoku, Opebi.

Sanwo-Olu urges Muslims to embrace Hajj Savings Scheme

The Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu has implored intending Muslims in the State to embrace the newly introduced Hajj Savings Scheme (HSS).

Nigeria’s COVID-19 cases surpass 77K, Gombe reports 6 deaths

COVID-19 cases in Nigeria overshot the 77,000 mark on Friday, with 806 new cases reported, although lower to the record 1,145 set Thursday.

COVID-19 kills 4 persons in Abuja, virus hotspot with Lagos, Kaduna

Four persons died of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours in Abuja, the Nigerian capital, as the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control reported 617 new infections.

Lagos, Abuja, Kaduna most hit by COVID-19 from 1 December

Lagos, Kaduna and Abuja Nigeria's capital posted another day of high COVID-19 infections, according to data published by NCDC on Sunday night.

Lagos, Kaduna, Abuja report 81 percent of Nigeria’s COVID-19 cases

Nigerian states of Lagos and Kaduna and the capital Abuja, have been responsible for 81 percent of COVID-19 cases recorded since 1 December, NCDC data shows

Lagos teachers sweep APWEN STEM Competition Awards

As a testament to improved manpower efficiency in the teaching sector, Lagos State teachers have emerged 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions in the just concluded Association of Professional Women in Engineering (APWEN) STEM Training/Practical Competition across the 36 states of the Federation.

Lagos to find lasting solution to plastic waste

The Lagos State Government on Tuesday publicly presented a draft plastic waste policy before stakeholders, stating that the time has come to find a lasting solution to the harmful effects of plastic waste across the state.

Lagos graduates 100 women, youth farmers

The Lagos State Commissioner for Agriculture, Ms. Abisola Olusanya, has charged no fewer than 100 women and youth graduands of the State Agripreneurship Programme to be committed to the attainment of the government’s food security goal.

Nigeria’s daily coronavirus infections tumble, 14 states worst hit

Lagos, the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic posted zero coronavirus infection on Saturday.

Lagos plans 4 vehicular overpasses on Oyingbo-Agbado Red Line Rail

Lagos State Government said it will build four vehicular overpasses between Oyingbo and Agbado, to ensure less interaction with vehicular traffic on the Lagos Red Line rail project.

Lagos residents call for COVID-19 protocols in public transport

Some residents of Lagos have appealed to the state government to enforce the use of face masks in its transport facilities to avert a spike in the cases of COVID-19.

Path to diminishing housing deficit in Lagos

Lagos’ status as the economic, industrial and commercial hub of the country is partly responsible for the daily migration of people from various walks of life to the metropolis.

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