Category Archives: Government News

LASG TASKS TRADITIONAL RULERS TO LIVE ABOVE BOARD ON SECURITY ISSUES

Lagos State Government has asked Obas, Baales and Chiefs across the State to continue to live above board in the maintenance of peace and security within their respective domains by exhibiting exemplary conduct. Addressing all the Traditional Rulers and Chiefs at an interactive session on security issues in Lagos State, the Commissioner for Local Government and Community Affairs, Mr. Muslim Folami stated that the recent development...
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PSSDC CONDUCTS CERTIFICATE COURSE IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

Lagos State Public Service Staff Development Centre, PSSDC, Magodo in conjunction with the 20 Local Governments and 37 Local Council Development Areas, has initiated a 9-month Certificate Course in Local Government Administration for stagnated officers on grade level 07 who are desirous of advancing their civil service career. The training, which had commenced earlier this year, will grant successful participants the privilege of ascending to the...
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LAGOS TO IMPROVE LOCAL GOVERNMENT SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEM

The Lagos State Government has said that all needed impetus is being put in place to improve service delivery in the 20 Local Government and 37 Local Council Development Areas in the State and transmute from the age-long analogue mode of operation to digital and technologically-driven mode of operations. The Chairman, Local Government Service Commission, Mr. Babatunde Tajudeen Rotinwa, stated this at the opening session of...
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LG POLLS: AMBODE VOTES IN EPE, SAYS NIGERIA MUST DEEPEN DEMOCRATIC VALUES

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Saturday casted his vote in the local government elections in the State, saying that it was only through such process that Nigeria can make meaningful progress and deepen its democratic values. The Governor, who arrived his polling unit at Ogunmodede Junior and Senior College in Papa Epe by 9:35am and casted his vote at exactly 9:45am, urged Lagosians to...
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