Feb 27, 2020

Communities seek govt’s intervention over flooding - Vanguard News

By Kingsley Adegboye The residents of Abule Oki and eight other adjoining communities in Agbado-Oke-Odo Local Council Development Area of Lagos state have appealed to the state government to complete the dredging and concrete lining of the Aboru canal. According to them, the completion of the concrete lining of the Arigbanla canal has exposed, andRead More

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