The Lagos State Ministry of Information and Strategy, has organised a Briefing in commemoration of the two hundred days in office of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s administration in its journey towards a Greater Lagos.
Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Gbenga Omotoso, who said the briefing was about transparency and accountability,added that as the custodian of the people’s mandate, leaders were not only accountable to the electorate, but they owed them a duty to render an account of their stewardship.
On the various programmes and projects which Governor Sanwo-Olu administration’s had embarked on, in the last two hundred days, the Commissioner said the ministries, departments, and agencies of government had been working relentlessly to implement the key items on the governor’s development agenda, T.H.E.M.E.S.
He also said the administration had earmarked six hundred million naira to compensate house owners that would be affected by the right of way, due to resuscitation of Adiyan water works.
According to the Commissioner, the Igando dump site would be closed down because of the health hazard to residents.
Also Speaking, Commissioner for Transportation, Oladeinde Fredrick, said the Lekki-Ikoyi toll gate would be going cashless on the first of January next year.