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  1. LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigeria's presidential challenger Muhammadu Buhari pledged to cheering crowds in opposition stronghold Lagos that he would tackle the country's three greatest ills -- insecurity, inequality and corruption. FULL ARTICLE AT Reuters.co.uk

  1. Lagos is among the many cities in the global south where investment in water supplies is desperately needed, yet there is no consensus on whether the answer lies with private ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  2. [This Day]There have been a number of comments and opinions expressed on the pump price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) since its announced reduction from N97/litre to N87 ... FULL ARTICLE AT AllAfrica.com

  3. Source: Government of Chile Country: Chile RESUMEN DE LA SITUACIÓN El Centro Nacional de Alerta Temprana, de acuerdo a información técnica proporcionada por la Corporación Nacional Forestal, a través de ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  1. [Independent (Lagos)]Abuja -There are indication that the $24,000 monthly wage bill paid to the two American expatriate athletics coaches, Eric Campbell and Angie Taylor, is money thrown down ... FULL ARTICLE AT AllAfrica.com

  2. [Vanguard]LAGOS--THE Lagos State governor, Mr Babatunde Fashola, SAN, yesterday, accused Jaykay Pharmacy, owned and managed by the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Mr. Jimi Agbaje of ... FULL ARTICLE AT AllAfrica.com

  3. Warning given to Nigerian military before Boko Haram's attack

    Lagos - Amnesty International on Wednesday claimed that Nigeria's military top brass were warned of brutal Boko Haram attacks on the northeast towns of Baga and Monguno but failed to ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Nation (Pakistan)

  4. [allAfrica]How softly the rain fell that Monday morning when my water broke. Because I was used to the raging downpours of Lagos, this quiet patter calmed me, filled me ... FULL ARTICLE AT AllAfrica.com

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Lagos (pronounced /ˈleɪɡɒs/, or /ˈlɑːɡoʊs/ overseas) is the most populous conurbation in Nigeria with 7,937,932 inhabitants at the 2006 census. It is currently the second most populous city in Africa, and currently estimated to be the second fastest growing city in Africa (7th fastest in the world), immediately following Bamako. Formerly the capital of Nigeria, Lagos is a huge metropolis which... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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