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Workers were left with no choice but to return to their various homes today (Monday, October 19, 2020). This was as #EndSARS protesters in thousands blocked major roads in Lagos.  Unmask NG observed those who were driving to work were stuck in traffic, as others who commutes to their workplaces...
As #EndSARS protest continues across Lagos, the state has lost a sum of N234 million to tollgates closure. This is according to a reliable report. The figure was obtained from the daily and monthly targets set by the state government for the tollgates and managed by the Lekki Concession Company...
The Federal Government has announced a new date for the commencement of public works programme aimed at employing 774,000 people from all the 774 local government areas in the country. The programme which is targeted at engaging 1000 each from all the 774 local government areas for 3 months has...
To an average Nigerian, there has not been a significant change since Nigeria gained her independence in 1960. What the West African citizenry has experienced over the decades is more of a double-sized economy. As unbelievable as it may sound, the harsh reality is that Nigeria has since been battling...
The famous Nigeria-Ghana trade war has again begun, as Ghanaian government officials recently shut down shops belonging to Nigerians in their country. In a video which has since gone viral on social media, a Nigerian business merchant was seen standing against policemen, whom according to him, were not operating fairly...
COVID-19 vaccine when discovered and approved is likely to sell for $40 (N15,500) per dose. This is according to Vaccine Alliance, a global COVID-19 vaccine funding scheme. Seth Berkley, the CEO of the GAVI Vaccine Alliance, made know that although the facility was yet to conclude on a specific target...
Some days ago, the Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST), became a subject of intense debate among Small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) operators, and other concerned Nigerians. The government-owned and operated corporation, responsible for providing postal services in Nigeria, had provoked anger, after disclosing that it has increased fees for courier services...
Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial hub has over the years been exposed to environmental hardship as a result of frequent flooding during rainy seasons. Almost every time it rains in the state, residents and other occupants are compelled to face the horrendous effect of floods which often--paralyses economic activities, and at...
Anytime from now, the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) will start charging Nigerians N50 as stamp duty fee on all forms of electronic receipts. According to a circular by the tax-collecting agency, the stamp duty will be charged from Nigerians through banks anytime there's a notification of transaction regardless of...
Mudashiru Obasa, the Lagos State House of Assembly Speaker, has in recent times been enmeshed in a series of fraud allegations. Following the replacement of Messrs Olumuyiwa Jimoh and Rotimi Abiru, who were sacked as Deputy Majority Leader and Chief Whip of the House respectively, Sahara Reporters has since been...