THE Alimoshotoday.com team appreciates the Alimosho community for always making us your go-to source for getting the latest information from all the six LCDAs in the Alimosho Local Government Area.
However, we thought to bring you up to speed in case you missed some top headlines that may interest you this week.
The week under review is Friday, December 1, 2023, - Thursday, December 7, 2023.
Here are the trending headlines of the week on Alimoshotoday.com.
1. POLICE ARREST FEMALE ARMED ROBBERY, CAR-SNATCHING SYNDICATE IN LAGOS
The Lagos State Police Command has announced the arrest of an armed robbery syndicate led by a 43-year-old lady, Adeshina Ayisat Ajoke, and two others, Adejumo Fatai, 40 and Akintunde Akanni, who specialised in snatching vehicles in Lagos State.
2. WOMAN KILLED AS POLICE ENFORCE OKADA BAN IN LAGOS
A yet-to-be-identified woman was said to have been crushed by a truck in the Abule- Egba Area of Lagos, which has left the residents of Santos, a suburb community in Lagos, agitated.
3. ASPIRA NIGERIA LIMITED DONATES FULLY-FURNISHED LAUNDROMAT TO LASU
Makers of the popular laundry detergent, Viva, and other products, Aspira Nigeria Limited, has committed itself to the donation of a fully furnished Laundromat to the Lagos State University (LASU).
4. LAGOS NURTW RE-ELECTS MC OLUOMO AS CHAIRMAN
The Lagos State Chapter of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) has re-elected Alhaji Musiliu Akinsanya (MC Oluomo) as its Branch Chairman.
5. BISHOP OYEDEPO’S SON UNVEILS MINISTRY, RECEIVES BLESSINGS FROM FATHER
Pastor Isaac Oyedepo, the son of Bishop David Oyedepo, the Founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, has unveiled his ministry, The Isaac Oyedepo Evangelistic Ministries, with blessings from his father.
6. EFCC RAISES ALARM OVER FRESH ATM FRAUD, GIVES TIPS TO AVOID LOSSES
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has announced that it had been receiving a barrage of complaints from well-meaning Nigerians concerning unauthorized withdrawals from their bank accounts, which investigations by the Commission have linked to Automated Teller Machine (ATM) debit card swapping or fraud.