Lawanson

4 November 2020

Statutory Transfers in the proposed 2021 Budget

  A whopping sum of ₦128bn is apportioned to the National Assembly as part of the Statutory Transfer in the proposed budget for 2021. Accordingly, this […]
4 November 2020

Key Spending in the Education & Health Sector of the proposed 2021 Budget Review

#YMonitorSpotlight Proposed 2021 Budget review; Called, the Budget of Economic Recovery And Resilience. Presented October 8th, 2020 to the National Assembly. We take a keen look […]
4 November 2020

Nigerians are starving Nigerians; World Capital of Poverty – Dotun Famoriyo

The past four weeks in Nigeria has been particularly challenging for citizens of Nigeria, home and abroad. From Nigeria being 60 and still experiencing significant setbacks […]
2 November 2020

The FOIAct is a weapon for accountability

Secrecy is a cowardly government’s weapon of choice against public scrutiny. The contempt for the Freedom of Information Act is a sign that the foundations of […]
23 October 2020

YMonitor Issue 72: Viva La Resistance

Despite all feint passive-aggressive speech to quench it, Despite all the efforts of “forces beyond their control,” Despite all the ignorance & arrogance of even corrupted […]
23 October 2020

Your Vote Is Your Power

The Power of your Vote – The Power of Choice Nobody should take away your rights, that has been fought for: your right to vote, your […]
23 October 2020

Leadership & Accountability

To be accountable means to take responsibility for results, good or bad. It means finding solutions to problems & applying lessons learnt in order to improve […]
22 October 2020

#YMonitorArchives: What He Said

Digging deep into archives. Taking a page from this book. The Nigerian Youths brave & hardworking, as against contrary opinions took to the streets to demand […]
22 October 2020

The Silence is Deafening | 20-10-2020

The Silence is deafening. “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power” – Abraham Lincoln More […]
22 October 2020

20-10-20

20.10.2020 The Nation witnessed gross misuse of democratic power and privileges, a total neglect for human rights & lives. Men in military uniforms sworn to protect […]
27 October 2017

Vigilant Report: This is the reason for the bad state of Lawanson Itire road

by  YWriter Men putting on Mushin Local Government uniform were seen yesterday removing blockages from the drainage channels beside the road.The drainage because it is blocked […]
30 October 2017

Lagos tracker: Three bad roads in Surulere LGA that needs immediate attention

by Ajadi Daniel Surulere local government is one of the richest local government in Lagos state, yet the level of infrastructural deficit in the LGA is […]
1 November 2017

Vigilant report: Mushin and Surulere LGAs are not doing well with road infrastsructure

by YWriter Mushin and Surulere LGA need to do better when it comes to road infrastructure especially the boundary roads they both share. The Lawanson Itire […]
18 January 2018

#Dirtierlagos: There is no Cleaner Lagos in this dirty Surulere

by Ajadi Daniel Lagos cannot be cleaner with the mountain of waste seen in every corner of Surulere. Every nooks and crannies of Surulere is filled […]
24 January 2018

Vigilant Report: Watch out for this large pothole when driving through Lawanson

by Chinedu Brown Lawanson road in Surulere is currently in a bad shape, and it has been for more than a while. From Ogunlana section of […]
30 July 2018

Vigilant report: Deplorable state of Lawanson road, Surulere [see photos]

by Opeoluwa Quadri Lawanson road a major road in Surulere area of Lagos, the road is a state road. The road however has potholes in several […]
9 August 2018

Deplorable state of roads in Surulere, the need for a joint local government action

by Editor Surulere is both a residential and commercial nerve centre of Lagos state. Many believe that in the near distant future, Surulere will organically transforms […]
19 October 2018

Three weeks after Ambode’s directive on repair of pothole ridden roads, has Lagosians fared better?

by Chinedu Brown Lagos is currently like a ship without a sailor, this may not be unconnected to the recent political struggle in the state, where […]