Anger, frustration as gridlock grounds Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

Muritala Ayinla   For motorists plying the ever-busy Lagos-Ibadan Expressway Wednesday was a particularly harrowing day as gridlock grounded the stretch of the highway, forcing some commuters to abandon their vehicles and trek for several kilometres. Those without a choice groaned in traffic for several hours following the traffic diversion on Kara Bridge by the Julius Berger, the construction giant handling the rehabilitation of the highway. From as early as 6am motorists and as well as commuters moving along the highway were stranded as their vehicles got stuck in the…

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Sweeping with pains, anger

Alani Oluseyi The Lagos state government is determined in ensuring a clean and safe environment for the state as part of its mega city dream. That is why the roads and highways sweepers are not relenting in their efforts to make Lagos a clean state but they are calling for better treatment and increment in their wages. Alani Oluseyi report. However, the sweepers who are into two categories; highway and the Lagos state waste management Authority (LAWMA) are not too happy about their conditions. They complained to New Telegraph about…

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Anger, controversy trail police cult report on AAU

Police: Lecturers arrested with guns ASUU to CP: Produce body of beheaded students Authorities of the Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma, Edo State and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) are rooting for legal action against Edo State Police Command. Reports, CAJETAN MMUTA The authorities of the Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma, Edo State, the university’s chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the state’s Police Command, have in the last few days been exchanging brickbats over last week’s claim by the police that no fewer…

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