Dear Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, I am writing as a concerned Lagosian who was born and bred in the Obalende axis of the state. I know as a governor, you have done an exceptional job when it comes to leadership, transport and security of lives in the state, but there is this problem that I have observed while growing up that I am still very unhappy with and it repeated itself again yesterday. It was very provoking to imagine that by this century and dispensation, Lagos state will still be facing the problem
Sat, 6 Feb Living in Lagos can be challenging especially if you weren't brought up here. So many things will look awful to you as a new Lagosian until you adapt to the Yoruba way of life. Sincerely speaking, living in Lagos can be very challenging and fun at the same time if as a student, you have in the past used your new school sandals for a goal post only to discover that one “Agbero” now wears it as his own? Lagos is fun when you fall into a hot potato during a CRK class and the teacher decided to beat
Meet Chief Kolade Badmus. Lol A Professional Nigerian film actor. A TV show host That's Gbenga Titiloye. He is our Man Of The Week (MOTW) He was born on the1st of December,1969. He has played vital roles in several blockbuster movies. He is most popular for his role in Africa Magic’s “Battleground”. He has also featured in movies like; The Personal Assistant, North East, The bling Lagosian, Dibia, Trophy Wife, Nothing but truth, Domination, Knock Out Blessing, Across the Rising Sun and many more. He has
“We're Still Here for Him & We Will Vote Him"- Lagosian Replied After Sanwo-Olu Posted This To be candid, our leaders are really trying their very best to make things (local, state and federal's matters) better. But the simple truth is that, no matter how they try, there will always be a complain or something to spot out. As we all know that the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, is trying is best to make the state improve. And after the last EndSARS protests which led to Lekki Massacre in 2020, he
Ever since the protest against the police brutality and harassment has came to an end in the country, the Lekki Toll Gate has remained shut down due to the alleged killings that happened during one of the nights of the protest. The protest lasted for days, and the call of people on the scrapping of the police department which was involved in the brutality and harassment was heard by the Federal Government and what the protesters demanded was done. The Lagos State Government has decided to open the Lekki Toll
Lagos State Police Command has deployed personnels to secure the Lekki Tollgate. Nigerian youths have made it known that a possible protest will happen tomorrow in a bid to put an end to bad governance in the country. After the incidence that took place at Obalende in the early hours of today, the Police Command felt the need to deploy officers to the scene to avoid the reoccurrence of violence. With the current situation at the Lekki Tollgate, I guess Nigerians have to reconsider their decision to protest tomorrow.
Lagosian is an adjective used to describe people living in Lagos, a South Western state of Nigeria. As with some other states, people staying in Lagos are hard-working, money minded, focused and above all, wise. It's common to see people waking up as early as 3:0 am to start getting prepared for work. They take their bath, say their prayers, and in few cases, take breakfast. Then off to work at around 6 to beat the incessant traffic problem. At the bus stop, everyone maintains a great physical strength to get
Piror to doubt it has been confirmed by the Personal Assistant on Media and Publicity to the Chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers for Lagos State NURTW, Olayinka Smart, that the Chairman of NURTW person of Musiliu Akinsanya Ayinde popularly known as MC Oluomo has written a book titled "My Service to Humanity". MC Oluomo is a Lagosian born on March 14th 1975 making him 45years of age, he is a God fearing Muslim and a leader. Hour after the announcement of his book there has been a lot of reactions