Tag: mega City

EditorJune 22, 2017

Nigeria’s mega-cities need their little unpleasant slums

by Alexander O. Onukwue German media organisation, DW, describes it this way “Lagos is growing at breakneck speed. Nigeria’s government ...

ItunuoluwaJune 2, 2017

[The Alausa Blog]: See the plan Ambode has for Oshodi- Airport road [Video ft Olamide]

The Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has granted permission to the Lagos State Government to embark upon a total reconstruction ...

RoqeebahMay 9, 2017

Is the “VIO ban” part of Governor Ambode’s Mega City plan or a quick PR stunt?

by Titilayo Ade-Ogbo Let’s face it, the Lagos State government has not had it easy in the past few months. ...

Adebayo EmuleomoJuly 25, 2016

Eye on Ambode: The governor’s wife at Alade new market

This week on Keeping an eye on Governor of Lagos state, Akinwunmi Ambode, his wife commissioned the new Alade market ...

Isime EseneJuly 20, 2016

Opinion: How to put an end to the menace of hawking in Lagos

by Usman Alabi There is no denying the fact that the city of Lagos has for so long been menaced ...

Adebayo EmuleomoFebruary 18, 2016

Ambode launches office to engage Lagosians

Lagos state government has created an Office of Civic Engagements in a bid to listen to the residents of the ...

August 22, 2013

Opinion: The truth about the Igbos and the ranting of hypocrites

by Ayo Bankole Akintujoye Can the south west singularly maintain the diverse market opportunity Lagos provides to potential and forever ...

August 19, 2013

Opinion: Nigeria’s war against the poor

by Ochereome Nnanna The deportation saga was a statement that the mega-city project of the Lagos State Government has no ...

June 10, 2013

Eko the musical: Discover the exclusive history of Lagos weaved in an extraordinary love story

by Isi Esene Lagos is described as Africa’s future mega city. From its architectural beauty to the first suspension bridge, ...

November 21, 2012

James Silas: It’s okay to ban ‘Okada’ in Lagos but… (Y! Superblogger)

Change is inevitable and sometimes painful… humans are not built to accept change in auto-mode – we adjust and eventually ...

November 15, 2012

Akintunde Oyebode: The city that never sleeps (YNaija FrontPage)

As Walter Miller wrote in A Canticle for Leibowitz, “to minimize suffering and maximize security were natural and proper ends ...

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