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Despite Economic Hardship, Muslim Faithful in Lagos Buy Cows and Rams at High Prices Ahead of Eid-el-Kabir

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With only two days left until Eid-el-Kabir, Muslim faithful in Lagos are defying economic hardship by purchasing cows and rams at elevated prices.

 

A visit to the Abbatouir Market in Agege revealed that cows are selling for between N600,000 and N2.1 million, while rams are priced between N150,000 and N300,000.

 

According to Ali Usman, a seller, the prices have increased significantly compared to last year, citing higher transportation costs, fuel prices, and bribes paid to security agencies and terrorists.

 

Despite fewer buyers, sellers have made significant sales, and many are expected to come on Sallah day.

 

Idris Adejuwon, a customer who purchased a cow for N1.9 million, stated that his religious duty must be observed despite economic challenges.

 

Sellers at Meiran market also reported similar prices but lamented a lack of patronage due to economic hardship.

 

Bashir, a ram dealer, expressed concern about unsold rams, fearing a huge loss if they remain unsold after Sallah.

(Goldmynetv)

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NIMASA DG Mourns Passing of Former NMA Boss, Ferdinand Agu

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The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dayo Mobereola, has expressed shock and sadness over the sudden death of Architect Ferdinand Agu, former Director General of the defunct National Maritime Authority (NMA).

 

Mobereola described Agu’s passing as a significant loss to Nigeria, the maritime community, and NIMASA, noting that he had made a lasting impact on him during their brief interaction last month.

 

He praised Agu’s dedication, excellence, and kindness, saying his legacy will continue to inspire the maritime industry.

 

The NIMASA DG extended his condolences to Agu’s family, saying, “My thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time. May his soul rest in peace.”

 

Agu’s death was announced over the weekend, and the maritime community has been mourning the loss of a veteran who contributed significantly to the industry’s development.

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LASTMA Cracks Down on Illegal Garages, Sanctions 52 Commercial Vehicles in Lagos

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In a bid to ensure seamless traffic flow in Lagos, the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has clamped down on illegal garages and indiscriminate parking in the Obalende and Iyana-Oworonsoki areas of the state.

 

The operation, led by LASTMA’s Director of Operations, Peter Gbegemede, resulted in the sanctioning of 52 commercial vehicles.

 

According to the Special Adviser to the Governor on Transportation, Sola Giwa, the drivers of these vehicles had been warned repeatedly before the enforcement operation commenced.

Giwa emphasized that the government has zero tolerance for indiscriminate parking and any impediments to free traffic flow, and vowed that the operations will continue.

 

The Special Adviser expressed concern over the disruptive activities of commercial bus operators, which cause significant traffic issues for innocent motorists.

 

He urged motorists to take ownership of the roads and report any broken-down or abandoned trailers or trucks to LASTMA via their hotlines: 08100565860, 08129928490, 08129928515, and 08129928593.

 

This crackdown is part of the government’s efforts to ensure smooth traffic flow during the festive season and beyond.

 

With the sanctioning of 52 commercial vehicles, LASTMA is sending a strong message that illegal garages and indiscriminate parking will no longer be tolerated in Lagos.

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