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Diego crisscrosses Lagos to find out why lots of newcomers arriving the city every day despite its problems of traffic jam, poverty and pollution. Lagos State is an administrative region of Nigeria. The smallest of Nigeria's states, Lagos State is the second most populous state after Kano State,[2] and arguably the most economically important state of the county,[3] containing Lagos, the nation's largest urban area. Lagos State was created on May 27, 1967 by virtue of State (Creation and Transitional Provisions) Decree No. 14 of 1967, which restructured Nigeria’s Federation into 12 states. Prior to this, Lagos Municipality had been administered by the Federal Government through the Federal Ministry of Lagos Affairs as the regional authority, while the Lagos City Council (LCC) governed the City of Lagos. Equally, the metropolitan areas (Colony Province) of Ikeja, Agege, Mushin, Ikorodu, Epe and Badagry were administered by the Western Region. The State took off as an administrative entity on April 11, 1968 with Lagos Island serving the dual role of being the State and Federal Capital. However, with the creation of the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja in 1976, Lagos ceased to be the capital of the State which was moved to Ikeja. Equally, with the formal relocation of the seat of the Federal Government to Abuja on 12 December 1991, Lagos ceased to be Nigeria’s political capital. Nevertheless, Lagos remains the center of commerce for the country. While the State is essentially a Yoruba-speaking environment, it is nevertheless a socio-cultural melting pot attracting both Nigerians and foreigners alike. Indigenous inhabitants include the Aworis and Ogus in Ikeja and Badagry Divisions respectively, with the Ogus being found mainly in Badagry. There is also an admixture of other pioneer settlers collectively known as the Ekos. The indigenes of Ikorodu and Epe Divisions are mainly the Ijebus with pockets of Eko-Awori settlers along the coastland and riverine areas. Click the link below to go to... Celebrity Birthday: Rita Dominic Adds Another Year Ex-Ekiti State Gov., Ayo Fayose In Rumoured Sizzling Romance With Iyabo Ojo's Girl Segun Arinze's Ex-Wife, Ann Njemanze Re-Marries [Pictures] Baba Ijesha Finally Weds Samsung's 'Big Girl' Fiancee Rejected MBGN Winner, Ayuk Isabella Confesses: "I Lied To Gain Stardom" Listen To D’banj’s ‘Oyato’: The First New Single After The Break Up With Mo’hits Records I'M NOT GAY, I PRACTISE SAFE SEX-BANKY W 1pt Denies TB Joshua's Daughter Graduating With 1st Class From London School Liz Anjorin denies dating Funke Akindele’s husband, Kehinde Oloyede REVEALED: Veteran Actress Who Sleeps Around With Younger Lovers
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