Kidnappings: Employ More Neighborhood Watch Officers, Lagos Assembly Tells SanwoOlu

– Sympathises With Affected States, Families of Victims – Commends Remi Tinubu for Advocating Capital Punishment for Kidnappers With incidents of kidnapping spreading across some states of the federation, the Lagos State House of Assembly has called on Governor Babajide SanwoOlu to increase the personnel in the Lagos Neighbourhood Safety Corps (LNSC) to effectively assist […]

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Red Line Rail: Lagos Assembly Praises Tinubu, SanwoOlu, Obasa, Others

– Sends Commendation Letters To Tinubu, SanwoOlu, Fashola, Ambode – Says Monitoring of Train Operations Necessary The Lagos State House of Assembly on Tuesday praised Governor Babajide SanwoOlu for the successful completion of the Red Line rail project of the state. The House also commended President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for establishing the foundation in Lagos […]

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Just In: Assembly Asks SanwoOlu To Summon Stakeholders’ Meeting Over Hardship In Lagos

–Invites Commissioners, Top Officials for Briefing The Lagos State House of Assembly on Tuesday asked Governor Babajide SanwoOlu to urgently summon a stakeholders’ meeting to address the current hardship experienced by residents of the state in order for the government to adopt sustainable solutions beyond palliatives. The lawmakers noted that though the current economic situation […]

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Court Sends Four Cultists Terrorizing Ginti Community Ikorodu To Prison

An Ebute-Meta Magistrate Court, Yaba, has sent four alleged notorious cultists terrorizing Ginti community, in Ijede, Ikorodu to prison. The alleged cult members said to be the foot soldiers of one, Nofiu Abiodun Kasumu, popularly known as Adele of Oke-Eletu, include Balogun Tola, also known as 50 Cent; Tunde Oladipupo, Ridwan Rasaq and Abimbola Aro. […]

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Saleswoman, Chiwendu Owuasoanya Gets 7-yr Jail Term for Abducting Employer’s Child

A Lagos Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court, sitting in Ikeja, has sentenced a saleswoman, Chiwendu Owuasoanya, to seven years in jail for abducting her employer’s 12-year-old niece (name withheld). Delivering her judgment, Justice Abiola Soladoye held that the prosecution had proven all elements of child abduction against Owuasoanya. Soladoye held that the evidence of […]

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