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House of Representatives move to curb excessive electricity charges

The Ad-Hoc Committee to curb Excessive Electricity Charges being levied on consumers by distribution companies (Discos) Thursday said it would meet with community development associations (CDAs) in different geo-political zones in the course of its assignment.

Lagos slashes land use charge, waives penalty for late payment

Following extensive deliberations with stakeholders on the new rates payable by property owners under the Lagos State Land Use Charge (LUC) law, the government on Thursday announced a major reduction in the rates and waived the penalty for late payment across board.

Governor Ambode insists on quality education for Lagos children

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State, yesterday reiterated his administration’s commitment to ensuring that every child of school age in the state had access to qualitative education.

Edo govt shuts disputed Obu mine site

Edo State Government has ordered the immediate shutdown of the disputed Obu mine site in Okpella community of Edo State following a directive from the Federal Ministry of Mines and Steel Development to avoid the breakdown of law and order in the community.

Yuletide: Lagos urges vigilance, decentralizes Community Day

Lagos State Government has called on residents of the state to be vigilant as this Yuletide season, even as it decentralized this year’s Community Day, CD, celebration to the 57 councils.

IFAD task rural community development groups on productivity

The International Fund For Agricultural Development (IFAD) on Saturday urged Community Development Associations (CDAs) in Sokoto State to ensure maximum commitment toward improving productivity in agriculture.

IFAD task rural community development groups on productivity

The International Fund For Agricultural Development (IFAD) on Saturday urged Community Development Associations (CDAs) in Sokoto State to ensure maximum commitment toward improving productivity in agriculture.

Governor Obaseki salutes Oba Ewuare II, lauds inspiring partnership with government

The Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has said the relationship between the state government and the Benin Monarch, Omo N’Oba N’Edo, Uku Akpolokpolo, Oba Ewuare II, in the last one year, has improved quality of life in the state.

ICPC partners CSOs, NGOs to mobilize against corruption

Abdullahi therefore charged Nigerians to fight corruption religiously in every sphere of live in the renewed partnership with individuals, NGOs, and Civil Society Organizations, CSOs, in the country.

Lagos CP tasks religious leaders on security

The Commissioner of Police in Lagos State, Ag.CP Edgal Imohimi, on Monday charged religious leaders to contribute more to security of their communities.

Police to set up intelligence offices at stations in Lagos

The Lagos Police Command would soon establish Divisional Intelligence Offices at police stations across the state to handle information provided by members of the public.

Lagos govt stresses need for volunteerism at community levels for even devt

Lagos State Government has stressed the need for community members to embrace volunteerism at the grassroots in order to engender even development in the state.


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