LAGOS BUDGET: Sanwo-Olu proposes the sum of one-point-one-six-eight trillion naira for year 2020… . Works and infrastructure expected to gulp 115 Billion Naira
. Education 60 percent in the budgetary allocation and 33 Billion Naira to be expended on healthcare.
The Lagos state government has set mechinery in place to address the problem of infrastructural decay in some public schools across the state.
The Lagos State Government has been advised to take deliberate steps to redevelop the City to ensure that it meets the livable standards of future cities in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
REPORT BY KIKELOMO IFEKOYA Federal and State Governments have been asked to shore up the image of the teaching profession in the country to attract more vibrant and intelligent individuals into the profession. The Head, Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Prof. Taiwo Edun gave the advice while delivering a lecture […]
REPORT BY YESIRAT APAKALA Kidney damage and liver malfunction could be prevented if Nigerians desist from self medication and wrong use of drugs. This was the submission of experts at an enlightenment program put together by the Association of Community Pharmacists of Nigeria, Lagos Chapter to mark this year’s World Pharmacists Day in Lagos. The […]
REPORT BY OMOLARA OMOSANYA The United States Consul-General, Claire Pierangelo has advised Nigerians seeking admission into Colleges and higher Institutions in her country not to allow other peoples’ experiences to dissuade them from pursuing their dreams. In a remark at the 20th EducationUSA College and Career Fair in Lagos, the Consul-General who promised those seeking […]
REPORT BY CHIOMA EZIKE Concerned about the negative influence of social media on youths , the National Commission for Museums and Monuments, Lagos chapter has partnered with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and Total oil to engage children and channel their thoughts towards positive use of the social media platforms. This they want to […]
PUBLISHED BY KIKELOMO IFEKOYA The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, is colaborating with its counterparts across the globe on ways to adopt new technologies that will better its operations in West Africa. The Head of National Office of WAEC in Nigeria, Mr.Olu Adenipekun announced this in Lagos. He said that looking at the leading role […]