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Refuse dumps take over Lagos

Some residents of Lawanson and Mushin area of Lagos State are groaning over the continued accumulation of refuse heaps in the areas. The residents, who spoke to the News Agency

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Monkeypox spreads to six more states

Total suspected cases now  31 Lagos confirms 2 suspected cases Six more states have reported cases of suspected monkeypox, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) said today in a

NURHI takes FP message to Shomolu community in Lagos

Amid reports showing that Lagos state has the highest maternal mortality rate in the country, the Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI), a project of Bill and Melinda Gate Foundation,

Lagos rolls out free short-term health interventions

… jubilation as 60,000 residents benefit They came from different parts of the state with different ailments requiring medical attention.  But most of them  are walking back home with smiles

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Lagos DNA centre ready in first quarter of 2017 – AG

The Lagos State Government said yesterday that the first DNA Forensic Centre to be established in Nigeria by any State Government will become operational by the first quarter of 2017,

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Chevron begins mass dewarming of Lagos school children

The co-venture of NNPC/Chevron has begun its campaign of deworming at least 60, 000 pupils from various primary schools in Eti-Osa Local Government Area of Lagos State this year with

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About 5000 Lagosians may lose homes to flood in 2016, says LASEMA operations boss

  Following the prediction by Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET), that high level of flood will occur in Lagos and other states this year, Head Operations and Logistics, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA),

Lassa Fever: Lagos records another death

Lagos State has recorded another death from Lassa fever outbreak currently raging in many parts of the country. The state Commissioner for Health, Dr. Jide Idris informed newsmen, Wednesday, of