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Lagos Reopens Ladipo, Oyinbo markets

By Yemi Olakitan


As a result of a violations of environmental laws, the Lagos State government closed Ladipo, Oyingbo, Alamutu Ologede, and Ile Epo markets.

This four marketplaces  previously closed have now been reopened by the Lagos State administration.


The Lagos State Government announced that Ladipo, Oyingbo, Alamutu Ologede, and Ile Epo markets were reopened as a result of “full compliance” with “requisite conditions,” according to state commissioner of the environment Tokunbo Wahab who made the announcement on Monday.


The commissioner announced it on his X account.


Ladipo Market, a well-known location for car parts, was “sealed for several environmental offences, including reckless waste disposal, unhygienic premises, and non-payment of waste bills, among others.”

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