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Apprentice steals N450,000 from boss, lands in court

An 18-year-old apprentice, Samuel Chukwu, was on Friday arraigned in an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court, Lagos, over an alleged theft of N450,000 from his employer.

Student caught on CCTV stealing iPhone 8 arrested by RRS decoy team

A phone thief who was captured in a viral CCTV footage currently circulating on the internet has disclosed that he was propelled to steal an iPhone 8S in a retail outlet in Ikeja, Lagos State, because of the need to pay his school fees.

Lagos generated N504 billion revenue in 2017 – Governor Ambode

The Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, on Thursday commended residents of the state for supporting his administration to deliver on key projects in various sectors and sections. He said the state generated a total of N503.7 billion revenue in 2017 despite the harsh economic climate in the country.

Four men arraigned for allegedly stealing N1.4m phones at computer village

Four men; Richard Ekpong, Albert Oguda, Abiodun Lawal and Idris Ibrahim, who allegedly broke into a shop at Computer Village, Ikeja, and stole phones worth N1.4million, were on Thursday hauled up before an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court in Lagos.

CSOs, activists march in Lagos against corruption

Members of the group assembled under the Ikeja Bridge, close to the Computer Village in Lagos from 7am, before moving into the main road by 9am.

Lagos govt insist on relocation computer village in Ikeja

The Lagos State Government on Sunday said there is no going back in its plan to relocate the popular Computer Village in Ikeja to Katangowa area of Agbado Oke-Odo, Lagos.


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