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Judge flays Lagos govt, waste managers over agreement delay

A Judge of the Lagos High Court, Justice Oyekanmi Abdulahi, has flayed the Lagos State Ministry of Environment and the Incorporated Trustees of the Waste Managers Association of Nigeria, Lagos Chapter for delaying in reaching settlement deal in their dispute.


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