Lagos state government has called on parents of JSS3 students who will sit for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) not to pay any sum of money to anyone under any guise as all fees relating to the exam have been paid by the government.
This gesture is to relieve parents of the burden of such fees as well as create equal opportunities for all qualified students to assess the examinations.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the residents of Ajeromi and Ifelodun local council development area of Lagos state said that lack of access to potable water, unhealthy flooding and dilapidated roads are making life miserable and the community uninhabitable for them.
Some of the residents who grieved over bad roads in Otua, Anthony Agboje, Alayabiagba, Okorogbo and Okunola streets of the area, said the dead were not spared in the agony residents confront on daily basis.
A resident of Otua street, AbdulSallam Ayinla said: “Roads in Ifelodun street are bad but the roads in Otua and some link roads in the community are worst. They are terribly bad that they have big holes and rough surfaces."
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