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Jubilant worshippers return to Lagos mosques

by on August 7, 2020 0
In a crowded district of Lagos Island, 44-year-old Isiaka Babatunde weaves through a throng of people and stops at a shop piled high with hats. Wearing a green face mask and a crisply pressed traditional white suit, he carefully selects a matching white kufi cap on his way to join fellow Muslims at a... Read More

AMCON pulls down historical Lagos home of ex-colonial governor

by on June 20, 2020 0
The Lagos residence of two former British Colonial Governors-General in Nigeria, John Macpherson and Arthur Richards has been pulled down by AMCON, which also sold it. Sir Richards served from 1943 to 1948, while Macpherson served from 1948 to 1955. Babajide Koku, a senior advocate, informed Justice Ayokunle Faji that the building situate at... Read More

Trust Us, You’ll Fall In Love With DNA By Iconic Invanity’s Lagos Inspired Collection

by on June 19, 2020 0
As expected, the lookbook for DNA by Iconic Invanity‘s Spring/Summer 2020 collection is nothing short of spectacular. The critically acclaimed collection which was debuted at an exclusive presentation at GTBank Fashion Weekend 2019, is inspired by the essence of Lagos city. Tagged “Home”, the directional collection draws on vibrancy by playing with bright colours and the... Read More

Drunk police sergeant kills inspector in Lagos

by on June 8, 2020 0
he Guardian gathered that both the Sergeant and Inspector were tenants in a compound alongside other civilians. It was alleged that there have been several complaints against the Sergeant by other tenants whom he usually harassed. On that night, the Sergeant was alleged to have intimidated co-tenants after being drunk and was chasing a... Read More

How telcos can rebuild Nigeria in wake of COVID-19

by on May 22, 2020 0
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on all social and economic sectors. In just three months, the pandemic has left tears, sweats and blood on the people and the economy. For Nigeria, the pandemic is an eye-opener and a rude welcome to a new normal- knowledge economy. Lagos state relies heavily on knowledge... Read More