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LASWA is the organization responsible for regulating, developing and managing all aspects of the waterways in Lagos State
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LASWA 16h
Some of the products made from water hyacinth by the participants of the Water Hyacinth Recycling Initiative in the Central Business District which came to an end today. Both women and men, young and old have been…
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Jubril A. Gawat 17h
Replying to @Mr_JAGs
The inspection team arrived at Bayeku Jetty ..
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Jubril A. Gawat 17h
Replying to @Mr_JAGs
The Inspection team at Oke Ira Nla Jetty off Ado Road, Ajah, Eti Osa LGA ....
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Jubril A. Gawat 19h
Replying to @Mr_JAGs
The Team also arrived at the Ipakodo Jetty in Ikorodu ..
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Jubril A. Gawat 19h
Replying to @jidesanwoolu
The Team just arrived the Ijede Jetty in Ikorodu..... The Administration is serious about the Improvement on Water Transportation in the State ..
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Jubril A. Gawat 19h
Delegation Includes: MD , Hon. , Ag. Comm. for Waterfront Infrastructure Development - Arc Kabiru Ahmed & his PS - Engr. Wale Agoro; PS Transport - Mr. Seyi Whenu; GM - Oluwadamilola Emmanuel, Finance, DMO, SEC teams ..
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Jubril A. Gawat 19h
FLASH: Top Lagos Officials on a joint inspection tour to the proposed Jetties/Terminal Constuction & Improvements at Ijede, Oke Ira Nla, Ebute Ero, Apapa Liverpool, Mile 2 and Badagry Marina.
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Shodunke Opeyemi David Dec 12
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LASWA Dec 12
The pupils of Tender Sprouts School on a visit to the Five Cowries Terminal yesterday. They learnt about the functions of the Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA), and safety precautions to be adhere to while…
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LASWA Dec 11
The General Manager, Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA) Mr. Oluwadamilola Emmanuel speaking on the transformation of water hyacinth into marketable products by participants of the Water Hyacinth Recycling…
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LASWA Dec 9
Thank you for bringing this to our notice, the authority will investigate and proper action(s) will be taken.
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LASWA Dec 9
The Water Hyacinth Training Initiative is ongoing at Falomo. Women and men are being trained on how to turn water hyacinth that has been harvested and dried into marketable products like bags, baskets, mats etc. The…
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Jide Sanwo-Olu Support Group Dec 7
The Lagos State Waterways Authority () in conjunction with Mitimeth just concluded the 3rd edition of the Water Hyacinth Recycling Initiative where about 100 men & women in Ikorodu axis were trained on the economic benefits & recycling of the weed.
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olaoluwa oduleye Dec 7
Replying to @Mr_JAGs @heymolz and 7 others
Beautiful! The things I like to see
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LASWA Dec 6
No sir, it’s not useless.
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Jubril A. Gawat Dec 6
Replying to @Mr_JAGs
The agency is turning the menace of water hyacinth into lifestyle and fashion for women in coastal communities with requisite skills to transform the hyacinth into valuable handcrafted materials such as bags, mats, furniture items and textile decorations.
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Jubril A. Gawat Dec 6
The Lagos State Waterways Authority () in conjunction with Mitimeth just concluded the 3rd edition of the Water Hyacinth Recycling Initiative where about 100 men & women in Ikorodu axis were trained on the economic benefits & recycling of the weed.
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Shodunke Opeyemi David Dec 5
LASWA, NGO EMPOWER RESIDENTS WITH SKILL USING WATER HYACINTH via
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LASWA Dec 6
From waste to wealth.. The Lagos State Government through the Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA) is turning the menace of water hyacinth into sustainable lifestyle and fashion for women in coastal communities,…
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LASWA Dec 6
LASWA, NGO train four hundred Ikorodu residents on handicraft. via
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