In order to fulfill his campaign promises to Lagos residents, Governor Akinwunmi Ambode has said some of the on-going projects in different areas across the state will be completed and commissioned in the next fifteen months.
While speaking at the fourth quarter 2017 Town Hall Meeting, which held in Ogudu, Lagos Mainland, the governor disclosed that his administration is set to better lives of Lagos residents.
“In the next fifteen months, some of the ongoing projects in different areas across the state would be completed and commissioned,” Ambode said.
The governor added that his administration will commence palliative work on the dilapidated Ikorodu -Ogijo road and would terminate at the boundary between Lagos and Ogun states.
While assuring residents of security during the ember months, Ambode said the Mobile police squad will be deployed before December for surveillance of Ikorodu and its environs.
In addition, Ambode seized the opportunity to urge traditional rulers to cooperate with security agencies to achieve a crime free Lagos by providing useful and vital information that would aid their operation and investigation.
He however reiterated that a clean-up exercise will be carried out by the state government at the Mile 12 Bridge in collaboration with the Local Government. “We have progressed significantly with the task of building the Lagos of our dream in the last three months,” he declared.