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YULETIDE: LAGOS SET TO COMMENCE SALE OF LAKE RICE

The Lagos State Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr. Oluwatoyin Suarau has assured all residents in Lagos of the present administration’s commitment to continue the sale of Lake Rice, especially during the forthcoming yuletide through adequate production and a fair distribution of the rice across the State. Speaking on the preparation for the sale of the Lake Rice in his Office on …

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PSSDC STAFF INDUCTED AS CERTIFIED TRAINERS

The Public Service Staff Development Centre (PSSDC) has presented some of its personnel for induction as Certified Trainers by the Nigerian Institute of Training and Development (NITAD) to further strengthen the human capacity development initiative in the Public Service. Speaking at the Special Induction Ceremony, the Acting Director-General of PSSDC, Mr. Senukon Ajose-Harrison said that the present administration believes in …

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LAKE RICE: RESIDENTS LAUD AMBODE, AS GOVT BEGINS SALE AT DESIGNATED CENTRES

The Lagos State Government on Thursday commenced the sale of Lake Rice in designated centres as announced for the forthcoming Eid-el-Kabir celebration. In most of the sale centres visited, residents were seen queuing up and buying the item in orderly manner. 50kg of the rice was sold for N12,000, 25kg for N6,000 and 10kg for N2500. It was also observed …

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LAGOS SET TO REMOVE ALL SHANTIES AT OKO-OBA ABATTOIR

Lagos State Government has held an interactive session with butchers and other stakeholders at the Oko-Oba abattoir and lairage complex to discuss the modalities for the proposed upgrade and rehabilitation of the complex and removal of existing shanties to ensure a healthy and safe abattoir in the State. Presiding over the meeting, the Commissioner for Agriculture, Hon. Oluwatoyin Suarau reiterated …

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LAGOS DISLODGE ‘PONMO’ PROCESSORS IN OKO-OBA ABATTOIR

Commissioner for Agriculture in Lagos State Hon. Toyin Suarau has ordered the immediate dislodgement and closure of the Animal Skin (Ponmo) processing section of the abattoir as a result of the reported high volume of black smoke that arises from the processing. It must however be made cleared that the smoke does not necessarily arose from the burning of tyres …

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LAGOS TRAINED 60 STUDENTS IN AGRIC SUMMER SCHOOL

In its bid to further broaden the mind of students and stimulate their interest through intensive agricultural programmes, the Lagos State Government has trained another set of 60 students in Agric – Yes Summer School Programme for secondary schools in the state. Declaring the programme closed on Friday 12th of August at the Agricultural Training Institute, Araga, Epe, Commissioner for …

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LAGOS, NIGER MULL PARTNERSHIP ON AGRICULTURE

…As Ambode, Bello Strategize On Modalities The Lagos State Government on Wednesday kick-started discussions on partnership for the development of agricultural commodity value chain with Niger State aimed at ensuring food security and job creation for the two States and the country at large. The partnership, which is the second of its kind that the Lagos State Government under Governor …

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WORK TO COMMENCE ON NEW MILE 12 MARKET NEXT WEEK- AMBODE

..Says Eko Rice Will Be Ready In Six Months …Assures On Delivery Of Agbowa Sawmill By September Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Tuesday inspected the new Imota site, proposed for the relocation of the popular Mile 12 Market, where he assured that work will commence on the site next week. The Governor who was accompanied on the inspection …

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“ALLOW STATE PILGRIM BOARDS TO FUNCTION” – LAGOS COMMISSIONER TELLS NCPC

The Lagos State Commissioner for Home Affairs, Dr. Abdul-Hakeem Abdul-Lateef has called on the Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC) to allow State Boards to function according to the laws establishing them. The Commissioner stated this on Monday while receiving the report of Year 2015 Christian Pilgrimage from the Chairman of the Lagos State Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board, Bishop Sola Ore …

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