The annual Provincial Youth Congress
Date: 23rd – 27th July 2014
Venue: RCCG, Lagos Province 30 Headquarters, Covenant Hall, Iba Housing Estate, Iba Lagos.
Date: Friday, 20th – Sunday, 22nd June 2014
Friday (20th June): All Night of Youth Aflame (Fun / Praises / Prayers / Dance / etc)
Time: 10PM (All Night)
Saturday 21st June. (Thought Provoking Seminars): Leadership / Management / Re-Positioning / etc.
Sunday 22nd June: Thanksgiving in all parishes.
Venue: Provincial Headquarters, RCCG, Church of the first born, Beside Total filling station, Alapere/Ogudu Expressway, Lagos.
Enquiry: 08023223694, 08035813416, 08093865189
Don’t Miss it!!!
REMARKS BY HIS EXCELLENCY, PRESIDENT GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN, GCFR, AT THE FLAG OFF, FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION AND EXPANSION WORKS ON THE LAGOS-IBADAN DUAL CARRIAGEWAY SECTIONS I AND II ON FRIDAY 5TH JULY, 2013 AT SHAGAMU INTERCHANGE.
1. We are gathered here today, to flag-off the reconstruction and expansion of sections I and II of the Lagos-Ibadan dual carriageway, one of the busiest and most important roads in our Nation.
2. This event fulfils my promise to accelerate these projects after the termination of the concession agreement between the Federal Government and Bi-Courtney for the reconstruction of the road. It also reflects our commitment as an administration to practically and relentlessly meet the yearnings of our people and also to improve our national transport infrastructure.
3. The Lagos-Ibadan expressway, constructed, between 1974 – 1978, is among the earliest dual carriageways in our Country. The road is an important economic artery that connects our Nation’s economic nerve centre: sea ports; airports and other vital businesses to many of the states of our federation. At the regional level, the road constitutes a section of the strategic Trans Saharan Highway, which links Lagos on the Atlantic Ocean to Algiers on the Mediterranean Sea.
4. This strategic national infrastructure is therefore of great socio-economic importance, not only to Nigeria, but also to the people of Africa. It is for this reason and noting that a comprehensive renovation and reconstruction was long overdue that the Federal Government in 2009, acting in good faith, entered into a concession agreement under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) scheme to deliver on the road and alleviate the hardships on millions of road users. Read more
From GOV. FASHOLA MARKS 50TH BIRTHDAY WITH SPECIAL PRAYERS AT MARINA. Posted by The Lagos State Government on 6/29/2013 (6 items)
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E-Myth Worldwide USA Brings Its Leadership Intensive and Business Development Seminar to Nigeria
October 8th & 9th, 2012, @ the MUSON Center, Lagos
Strong, inspiring leadership is essential for the success of any business. The E-Myth Leadership Intensive gives business leaders the guidance and tools to effectively lead their businesses to its next level of success.Event Description
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…Says law will solve environmental, public safety, security challenges
Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN) has signed into law a new bill that will regulate traffic operation and management in the State to compel motorists to be more law abiding and keep to traffic rules.
The new law, “Lagos State Road Traffic Law” will according to the Governor, make the citizens live better as it will make the road safer for them, improve their life expectancy and solve their environmental, public health, safety issues and many of the insecurity challenges now affecting them.
The Governor who assented the bill at the Banquet Hall of Lagos House, Ikeja before a large gathering made up of the Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon Adeyemi Ikuforiji, the Chief Judge of Lagos State, Hon Justice Ayo Philip and members of the State House of Assembly said his government provided the law because of its belief that transportation is a critical hub of civilization since as he said, life will be improved if the State gets transportation right.
“Many things in our life will be improved such as cost of food, life expectancy, health and so many. I believe that if we succeed with this law, our state will change for the better.
The law he said became necessary to bring back decency in our people saying, “Different people come into Lagos and we see them openly urinating and defecating on the road and this must stop. People hanging clothes to dry on our highways and bus stops must desist because the traffic and sanitation officers will go out and enforce the sanitation laws. The traffic law is only a metaphor to other laws that the State Government will enforce”, he emphasized. Read more
You are invited to
IN HIS PRESENCE
Date: Wednesday, August 1st 2012
Venue: RCCG Lagos Province 28 H/Q (Church of the Firstborn) Plot 10-12, Ogudu GRA Scheme II, Beside Total Filling Station (between China Town & Alapere Estate) Toll-Gate – Iyana-Oworo Expressway, Lagos.
Come with high expectations.
You will be greatly blessed in Jesus name.
-July 6, 2012 to November 5, 2012.
1. University Of Lagos Waterfront (Towards Lagos)
2. Oworonshoki Interchange (Towards Lagos)
3. Adeniji Adele Interchange (Towards Oworonshoki/Toll Gate)
Daily Diversion Periods;
A. 12 MIDNIGHT TO 12 NOON
1. Vehicles Approaching From Oworonshoki And Ikeja/Toll Gate/Ikorodu Road End Of The Bridge Will Have Unhindered Access To The Bridge Towards Lagos Island.
2. Vehicles From The Lagos End To The Bridge (From Obalende, Ikoyi, Victoria Island, Lekki, Etc.) Will Be Diverted From The Third Mainland Bridge At Adeniji Adele Interchange Towards Carter Bridge To Link Iddo Interchange.
From Iddo To Connect Ikeja, Ojota, Ketu, Ikorodu, Agege, Lagos Ibadan Expressway, Agege, Alimosho, Oshodi, Abule Egba Etc. Via;
A. Herbert Macaulay Road To Jibowu To Ikorodu Road And On….
B. Herbert Macaulay Road To Jibowu To Agege Motor Road To Oshodi And On….
C. Eko Bridge To Funsho Williams Avenue To Ikorodu Road And On….
D. Eko Bridge To Funsho Williams Avenue To Agege Motor Road To Oshodi And On….
E. Ijora To Apapa To Apapa Oshodi Express Way To Oshodi And On….
B. 12 NOON TO 12 MIDNIGHT
1. Vehicles Approaching From Oworonshoki And Ikeja/Toll Gate/Ikorodu Road End Of The Bridge Will Be Diverted At Oworonshoki Interchange.
Through The Oworonshoki Expressway To
A. Ikorodu Road (Via Anthony Interchange) To Funsho Williams Avenue To Eko Bridge And On…
B. Agege Motor Road (Via Oshodi Interchange) To Moshalasi To Jibowu To Muritala Mohamed’s Way To Iddo And On…
C. Agege Motor Road (Via Oshodi Interchange) To Moshalasi To Funsho Williams Avenue To Eko Bridge And On….
D. Apapa Oshodi Express Road To Mile 2 And On……..
2. Vehicles Approaching From The Lagos Island End To The Bridge (From Obalende, Ikoyi, Victoria Island, Lekki, Etc.) Will Have Unhindered Access To Use The Third Mainland Bridge.
Vocal Track Clinic(A 4 weeks voice training school-With Patricia King
Vocal track training –
Dates: July 14,21,28, August 4, 2012
Time:10am to 2pm
Venue:51/52, Ijaiye Road, Ogba. Ogba busstop. Lagos. (Building between UBA and Tantalisers. 3rd building, 1st floor)
Fee:N5000(For the full course duration)
Limited spaces available.
Call 07033675799 or 08079239046 to book your place.
Rebroadcast please/Spread the word.
The Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, alleged midweek that the MTN network in Lagos area suffered a breakdown but the operator did not report the incident neither did it inform its subscribers about the failure in accordance with prescribed regulation on such matters.
According to reliable sources the Commission received complaints that MTN subscribers in the Lagos area had experienced protracted difficulties in the use of their phones and upon investigation, it found that the MTN’s switch was down, a situation which ought to be communicated to the Commission, and brought to the knowledge of the subscribers by the phone company.
A query issued to the Company and made public by the Commission said, specifically, that “It has (also) been brought to our notice that the MTN Switch in Lagos is down and MTN has neither informed its subscribers, nor communicated this unfortunate development to the Commission as required”. It demanded explanation.
The Commission warned that failure to respond as directed might result in invocation of its powers to sanction MTN appropriately.
Date: 1st May 2012
Lagos shift initiative is an initiative founded on the need to create a positive change in the nation by a total transformation from negative to positive of the attitude and thought pattern of the youths.
The program will feature Talent Hunt, Empowerment talks, music, Dance and comedy.
Guest appearances includes King Sunny Ade, Tee-Y mix, Tonye Cole, Keji Hamilton, Kaffy and Holy mallam.
Venue: cricket pitch, Tafawa Balewa Square Lagos.
Organisers: YES Youth Organisation & RCCG Region 1, 2 & 11
Fellow Nigerian Youth,
The time is NOW!
Enough of all the grammars and ranting on Facebook and Twitter!
By removing subsidy on PMS yesterday, the GEJ led Federal Government has simply drawn a battle line with the Nigerian people, most especially the Nigerian youth who constitute 70% of the populace.
Removing Fuel Subsidy on a New Year Day is worse than the Christmas Day bombings by Boko Haram. . . This is the mother of all bombings!!!
The action of the FG yesterday is a slap on our faces and an insult on our collective intelligence as the largest constituency in the nation.
To effectively give a unified response to this latest assault from the government, we would be holding a National Youth Emergency Meeting in Abuja, Lagos and Ibadan.
Find below the proposed Agenda for the meetings:
B. Purpose of Meeting
C. State of the nation( National Security, Fuel subsidy removal etc)
D. Youth Response
E. Next steps
F. Closing remarks
Join us today at the emergency meeting in the following states:
Date: TODAY, Monday 2nd January 2012
Venue: Utako, Abuja
To get an invite please contact:
Martin Obono via
Date: Monday 2nd January 2012
Venue: Ikeja, Lagos
To get an invite please contact
Wale Salami via
Jasper Azutalam via
Date: Tuesday 3rd January 2012
Venue: Bauchi Ring road, Jos
To get an invite please contact
To be announced soon.
Date: Monday 2nd January 2012
Venue: BCOS, Ibadan
To get an invite please contact: Oladipo
The change we seek won’t happen if we sit idle, we must stand and reclaim our government from these clueless and deceptive rulers.
This is a call for ACTION!
“Don’t expect CHANGE to be given to you, all the time. You must also bring the CHANGE!”–Musiliu (A Lagos bus conductor)
Youth Coalition Against Fuel Subsidy Removal
November 8, 2011
It was a spectacular showcase of talents as Nigeria’s biggest music reality show Nigerian Idol held its final Season II auditions at the Dream Studios in Lagos. From Friday November4 to Sunday November 6, thousands of young talents trooped in to take a shot at being the next Nigerian Idol. The-3 day event recorded a massive turnout as registration lines stretched across Bamako Street and up to the main road, obstructing traffic in some instances.
The audition train started in Abuja in October, breezing through thousands of talents in Enugu and Port Harcourt along with Etisalat-sponsored mini-concerts which provided extra entertainment.
“I am very happy to be here,” said Ronke Adeniji , a petite 21 year old Nigerian who travelled all the way from Abidjan, Ivory Coast to be a part of this year’s show. I followed the show on Facebook and Twitter throughout the show last year and I made up my mind to be a part of this one. Once the time came, I packed my bags and came to Lagos.”
Abdul Bolu, unemployed graduate, travelled all night from Nassarawa to take part. “I actually borrowed my transport fare from my elder sister, he explains as he practices on his guitar. I could not afford it to the Abuja auditions; I had to convince my family members how much this meant to me. Luckily they believed in me and here I am today.”
Ronke and Abdul are just two from thousands of young Nigerians who travelled to Lagos from far and wide to take part in the auditions with the dream of becoming the next Nigerian Idol. Read more