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How Police, Fire Fighters And Other Officials Averted A Major Fire Disaster In Lagos On Saturday

Left for quick and prompt intervention of emergency officials in Lagos state on Saturday, there would have probably been a bitter story flying around in the mega city by now following the petrol laden tanker that fell off in Surulere area of the state. Ordinarily, the fall of petrol tanker either in Lagos or any other place is always a good opportunity for people to troop into the location and begin to scoop fuel into any available container they can lay their hands on.

  3 months ago ago
How Police, Fire Fighters And Other Officials Averted A Major Fire Disaster In Lagos On Saturday

CRIME

There are still good policemen in the country. See their good deeds.

With the ongoing situation in the country, the Nigerian police is at its height of infamy. The citizens no longer see policemen in a favourable light due to the atrocious acts of some of the members but as they say, there’s always good in the bad and always light in the dark. The police officers in question met a stranded mother with her kids in her suv on Funsho Williams Avenue in Lagos State at 1:15am. These police officers went to her and found out that the battery to her suv was flat. The officers helped

  1 year ago ago
There are still good policemen in the country. See their good deeds.

CRIME

Motorcyclist killed as LASTMA official, driver struggle for steering wheel

A bike -hailing service rider , John Abanna , has met a tragic end in the hands of an official of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority and a commercial bus driver . Abanna was knocked down by the bus at Apogbon , Lagos Island , while the LASTMA official was reportedly dragging the steering wheel with the Danfo driver . City Round learnt that two officials had flagged down the driver along the road last Saturday for violating a traffic law . In an attempt to evade arrest , the driver reportedly made

  2 years ago ago
Motorcyclist killed as LASTMA official, driver struggle for steering wheel

AUTO

How will Lagosians escape traffic? Ban on bikes and tricycles in Lagos

The Lagos State government has placed a ban on tricycles popular known as Keke and motorcycles across certain areas in the state. This ban came after a prolonged deliberation on the issue and is going to be implemented starting from 1st February 2020. The deliberation was needed as these tricycles and bikes has been a very appealing alternative to navigate Lagos bad traffic and placing a ban on them would result in an excruciating traffic experience for most lagosians. The ban was however placed in a bid to

  2 years ago ago
How will Lagosians escape traffic? Ban on bikes and tricycles in Lagos