Olawale Samsudeen is one of the unlucky robbery gang who made an attempt to make a fast move in Surulere Lagos on Wednesday. They were three in number who unleashed a robbery terror on a grocery shop located in Eric Moore close and while his two other colleagues were lucky to escape, he was unlucky.
Anything that happens in the society is meant to teach the citizens lessons. A recent video went viral where a man in his thirties was arrested for murdering a Point Of Sale (POS) Agent between the axis of Lagos and Ogun states. After this report, I felt Lagosians really need to take note of how this Murderer was arrested in order to be cautious of their safety.
Nigeria is a nation with different tribes and culture. Nigeria has 36 states which are led by the elected governors. In this article, the performing Nigerian governors shall be highlighted based on their achievements and different projects they have embarked on in their various states. Below are the most performing governors in Nigeria;
Lagosians will be witnessing another governorship election in 2023. The current State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu will either be voted for a second term in office or be voted out to pave way for another new hand to take over the baton of leadership in Nigeria's commercial hub.
Photo Credit: Guardian Ordinarily, no one will debate whether or not the current Lagos State Governor will get a second term in office. He is well-beloved by the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress Bola Tinibu and his works speak for him. Even recently, the former Lagos State Governor all but endorsed Sanwo Olu for a second term when he said that he was pleased with the performance of the Governor.
Motorcycles have become one of the most important vehicles in our lives, especially in Nigeria. This two-legged vehicle is popular practically because of its ability to maneuver its way through heavy traffic jam to get people to their destinations on time. I believe Lagosians can testify to the extraordinary usefulness of the motorcycle vehicle.
The Lagos State police command allegedly arrested a youth who came out to stage the End SARS anniversary protest today, Wednesday, October 20, 2021. The Daily Post Nigeria reported that the young man who dressed like an Ifa priest was allegedly arrested at the Lekki toll plaza in Lagos State, and his placard was equally seized.
As part of plans to further enhance the accessibility of Lagosians, especially mothers and children, to quality medicare, the Lagos State Government, through Office of Civic Engagement, is set to launch the Mother, Infant and Child (MICH) programme. Speaking on Friday at a media briefing in Alausa, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Civic Engagement, Princess Aderemi Adebowale, said the programme was designed to take care of indigent pregnant women and their unborn children.
The Lagos State Police commissioner, Hakeem Odumosu has recently announced the ban on any planned protest scheduled to hold in the state on October 20. He warned members of the public to stay away from any protest ground as anyone caught would be arrested. The commissioner revealed that the ban was placed to avoid a clash between EndSARS protesters and a faceless Anti-EndSARS group who have according to their reports, threatened to rally against the EndSARS group.
It appears that some concerned APC members in Lagos State are getting tired of Tinubu's style of politics in Lagos State. Bola Ahmed Tinubu has built a political dynasty in Lagos which will be difficult to conquer in years to come. Photo Credit: Sun Newspaper Ever since he left office in 2007, he has been a major political force in Lagos State till now.
Photo Credit: gazettengr.com It is not enough to be a performer in governance if one does not have formidable team members with similar convictions and positive mindsets to move the nation forward. When the governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwoolu appointed Prof. Akin Abayomi as his Health Commissioner, the people of Lagos knew they were in safe hands.
The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu has assured Lagosians that the current Police show of force is not to intimidate law-abiding Lagosians. The exercise is part of proactive measures to keep criminals away from the state and reassure the public of their safety and protection, he said.
Lagos is known to be the city where people assume that money can be made easily. it is a place where people feel they will finally strike gold. This is probably the reason why the population in Lagos is overwhelming because people come from different states to make a living.
The protracted battle over open grazing in Lagos State has finally come to a conclusion, with Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu signing the bill prohibitng open grazing into law. The practice of roaming ruminant animals in open fields, plains, and bushes in search of pasture or foliage is known as open grazing.
The Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) has warned that Lagosians could pay as much as N2 Million for one cow if the state government insists on upholding the ban on open grazing. This statement was made by the association's zonal Secretary in the Southwest, Mallam Maikudi Usman, while addressing members of the Lagos State House of Assembly on Wednesday.
The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, has warned Lagosians against protesting in any part of the state on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, during the one year anniversary of the End SARS protests. He further emphasized that the police will not hesitate to arrest or deal with anyone who disobeys the order by going ahead to stage any form of street protests in the state on Wednesday.
The Lagos state commissioner of Police Hakeem Odumosu came out to kick against any planned protest in the state. In a statement signed by the State Police Command’s Spokesperson, Adekunle Ajisebutu, it quotes, “Credible intelligence at the disposal of the command has revealed clandestine plans by some youths, individuals or groups to embark on a protest today in commemoration of the one year anniversary of #EndSARS.
Why Lagosians Should Get Alternative For Cows After Miyetti Allah Said It Might Cost 2 Million Naira
Lagosians should look for a close substitute for cows after the Miyetti Allah said it might cost a sum of 2 million, which will surely be hard for the average Nigerian living in Lagos. But this is a result of the passing of the anti-grazing law by the Lagos Assembly.
Few hours ago, Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu issued a warning to people about the alarming numbers of hospitalizations and deaths caused by the coronavirus. He stated that in the previous week, Lagos State had recorded an average of six deaths each day at its isolation centers.
Lagos police commissioner CP Hakeem Odumosu warned on Monday against any planned protests in the state. A statement signed by state police spokesperson CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu reveals that the order received information about a planned protest in celebration of a year of the #EndSARS protests. Ajisebutu has warned that police will not hesitate to use all legal means to stop the protest following the latest #EndSARS protest.