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Ikeja

a town in SW Nigeria, capital of Lagos state: residential and industrial suburb of Lagos. Pop.: 63 870 (latest est.)
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The e-billing initiative is in continuation of Ikeja Electric's desire to leverage innovation and technology to improve customer experience.
Ayorinde also alleged that the defendants criminally damaged the official ladder, the property of Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company.
The 155-room Radisson Blu Hotel Lagos Ikeja offers standard and business-class rooms, as well as a range of one, two and three-bedroom loft suites.
The manufacturer's Ikeja plant is expected to generate 180 jobs directly and indirectly, and has the capacity to assemble up to 5,000 units annually.
The Park Inn Lagos, Ikeja will feature 135 guest rooms, four food and beverage outlets, as well as 240 sq m of meeting space.
TCN has, however, lifted the suspension on Enugu, Eko, Port-Harcourt and Ikeja DisCos after they complied with the market conditions/participation agreement.
A 47-year-old Chinese woman, Zhen Zhen, was on Friday set free by an Ikeja High Court four years after setting ablaze a section of a hotel located in Ikeja, Lagos.
A brand new Toyota Hiace bus (2015 Model) has been donated to the school from the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) of Mind Builders School, Ikeja, Lagos State, to be used as staff bus.
As harsh economy condition bits harder in the country, Rotary Club of Ikeja (district 9100), Lagos, has called on corporate bodies, captains of industry and wealthy individuals to join the organisation and support its activities in order to cater for more less privileged individuals and under-served institutions and communities in its areas of operations, and Lagos State by extension.
aegis of the GRILL, Ikeja Branch, at the Podium Events Centre, Ikeja, Lagos.
In a bid to eliminate estimated billing and plug all the revenue linkages, Ikeja Electric has started installing 10,000 Smart Meters per month, aiming to reach a monthly average of 15,000 by December.
Sanwo-Olu gave the commendation in a message he sent to a sensitisation workshop on the ECOWAS Trade Liberalisation Scheme (ETLS) in Ikeja on Wednesday.