VIDEO: Today’s Headlines: Women Protest In Lagos Community, Tinubu Rejects Buhari’s Nominee

Today's Headlines: Women Protest In Lagos Community, Tinubu Rejects Buhari's Nominee

Women Protest In Lagos Community

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Some traders in Lagos State on Thursday protested against the bad state of Iyana-Ipaja market road.

The protestors alleged that the road is no longer motorable, describing it as a hindrance to the socioeconomic growth of the community.

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Tinubu Rejects Buhari’s Nominee

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A fresh crisis is currently brewing in the All Progressives Congress (APC) after its presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu rejected President Muhammadu Buhari’s nomination of Margaret Chuba Okadigbo as the Zonal Coordinator of the Tinubu-Shettima Presidential Campaign Council in the South-East.

Margaret is the widow of the late former Senate President, Dr Chuba Okadigbo.

Wike Convenes Emergency Meeting For PDP Rivers

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Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, Thursday called for an emergency stakeholders meeting of the state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

This is the first of its kind since after his botched presidential ambition and subsequent internal crisis rocking the party across the country.

Truck Crushes One To Death Along Lagos-Badagry Expressway

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A woman has been killed after a truck crushed her at First Gate bus stop along the Lagos-Badagry Expressway on Thursday.

The truck veered off the road and climbed the curb, where the woman, a beggar was sitting.

Lagos Waste Management Agency Increases Waste Disposal Prices By 100%

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The Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) has increased the tariff charge for waste disposal by 100% in the state, citing a hike in diesel price and devaluation of the Nigerian currency, the Naira.

This was confirmed in a letter sent to residents of the states on Monday by the third-party company involved, stating that the new prices would take effect in November.

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