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Seven die, eight injured in Lagos gas explosions

No fewer than seven people lost their lives on Monday after gas explosions rocked the Ikosi Isheri and Badagry areas of Lagos State.

Lagos first lady receives twins, 2 others as first babies of the year

Lagos State recorded the first babies of the year 2018 — a set of twins (female and male) — at Ikorodu General Hospital at 12.23 a.m. and 12.24 a.m., weighing 2.9kg and 3.29 kg respectively.

Lagos govt procures N2.5 billion health equipment

The Lagos State Government has procured N2.5 billion health equipment to boost the delivery of qualitative healthcare in the State General Hospitals and Teaching Hospital, the State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Jide Idris, has said.

Banker allegedly tortures wife to death in Lagos

A bank worker, Olaoluwa Adejo, has been arrested by the Lagos State Police Command for the death of his 28-year-old wife, Maureen, at their home on Peluola Street, Oworonshoki, in the Bariga area of the state.

Court acquits nurse in case of house help burnt to death

An Ikeja High Court, yesterday, discharged and acquitted a 55-year-old nurse, Nkese Iroakasi, charged with the murder of a minor (name withheld).

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