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POLITICS

NEW NIGERIA: Important notice for ALL Lagos State residents.

The government of Lagos State has made it known on Friday that they are working with Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC), towards ensuring that all households in Lagos State are metered by the end of the current administration come 2023. The Lagos State government revealed this during the launch of the Federal government's National Mass Metering Programme (NMMP) which was organised by the Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC). According to Lagos State commissioner of energy and mineral resources,

  2 years ago ago
NEW NIGERIA: Important notice for ALL Lagos State residents.

POLITICS

Seven years after, Sanwo-Olu moves to optimise output of Alausa Independent Power Plant

Seven years after, Sanwo-Olu moves to optimise output of Alausa Independent Power Plant Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Thursday, disclosed the plan by his Government to expand the capacity of the State-owned Independent Power Plant (IPP). Sanwo-Olu said his administration would be harnessing private investment to boost the output of the IPP in response to the growing need to sustain the “Light-Up Lagos” project of his predecessor and also to absorb more public offices in the State-owne

  2 years ago ago
Seven years after, Sanwo-Olu moves to optimise output of Alausa Independent Power Plant

BUSINESS

Why prepaid meters are costly ― Mojec

Why prepaid meters are exorbitant ― Mojec With more than 10 million families in Nigeria yet to be furnished with power meter, the Federal government has started the National Mass Metering Program (NMMP) in association with the eleven Electricity Distribution Companies, DISCO, Mojec International Limited, alongside other metering fabricating organizations in the nation. The NMMP is to turn out 6,000,000 meters for all association focuses on the network that are at present without meters throughout the following

  2 years ago ago
Why prepaid meters are costly ― Mojec

ACCIDENT

Three people were pronounced dead and 12 were injured in an accident in Lagos and Ogun

Three people were pronounced dead and 12 were injured in an accident in Lagos and Ogun.  Two men died and six were injured Wednesday evening in the Old Toll Gate area in Ota, Ogun, as a result of a multiple accident involving a truck, two commercial buses and two motorcycles.  Similarly, a woman was killed yesterday morning, and six passengers, including a nine-year-old, were injured after a refueling tanker collided with an interstate bus in which they were on the Otedola Bridge in Lagos, it was found th

  2 years ago ago
Three people were pronounced dead and 12 were injured in an accident in Lagos and Ogun

POLITICS

Sanwo-Olu Promises To Include Indigene Youths In State Plans

Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwu-Olu has promised to ensure the inclusion of indigene youths in the employment plan of the Lagos State. Just as he implored companies operating within communities to facilitate empowerment programmes for skilled and unskilled youths in communities hosting them. The Governor made the assertion at the 2020 Badagry Youth Oil and Gas Conference, According to the Governor, “In Lagos State, we are convinced that Youth Engagement remains the fulcrum for peace in the extractive operat

  2 years ago ago
Sanwo-Olu Promises To Include Indigene Youths In State Plans

POLITICS

Smart City: LASG to light up Lagos

As part of its commitments in transforming the Lagos business terrain into smart city, Lagos state government has concluded arrangements towards replacing the existing street lighting system into a smarter and more efficient LED street light. The Streetlight Retrofit Project was unanimously approved by the Executive Council as part of the T.H.E.M.E.S agenda of Mr. Babajide Sanwo Olu led-administration, which will make the state a 21st century economy as it leverages on private sector partnerships to accelerate

  1 year ago ago
Smart City: LASG to light up Lagos