Eko Atlantic, the idealised new city for Lagos, Nigeria drew outstanding presidential praise from both the Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan, and the former President of the United States of America, Bill Clinton during a dedication ceremony marking this milestone event.
What does LAG stand for?
LAG stands for Lagos, Nigeria
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- Leidse Amateur Fotografen Vereniging (Dutch: Leidse Amateur Photographers Association; Leidse, Netherlands)
- London Artists Film and Video Awards
- Ladies Auxiliary of Foreign Wars
- Laminar Airflow Workbench
- Left Atrial Free Wall
- Legal Aid Forum for Women
- Los Angeles Fashion Week (California)
- La Grange (Amtrak station code; La Grange, IL)
- Lakes Area GMRS Repeater Group
- Landesarbeitsgericht (German: National Labor Court)
- Latest and Greatest
- Latin America Group (various organizations)
- Laufstall-Arbeits-Gemeinschaft e.V.
- Launch Analysis Group
- Law Advisory Group
- Layered Auxiliary Graph
- Lebensabschnittsgefährte (German: Common Law Spouse)
- Left-Associative Grammar
Samples in periodicals archive:
NNA - 4/6/2012 Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour Monday identified the victims of the plane crash in Lagos, Nigeria, as Nadim Chediac, an engineer whose father is Lebanese and mother Nigerian, and investor Roger Awwad, who hails from Shouf, Mount Lebanon.
LAGOS, Nigeria, Safar 17, 1433, Jan 11, 2012, SPA - Nigeria's government is warning that a paralyzing national strike risks "anarchy" in the oil-rich nation, as demonstrations over spiraling fuel prices entered their third day Wednesday.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Continental Airlines (NYSE:CAL) announced yesterday that it plans to launch a daily non stop service between Houston and Lagos, Nigeria from 10 November 2011.
Norum Yobo was greeted by jubilant Joseph, 27, and family as he stepped to freedom in Lagos, Nigeria.