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Mainlanders react to LAWMA problems

Recall that earlier this year, Governor Akinwunmi Ambode directed the Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), to stop the collection of waste bills, while instructing that all payments should be referred to the office of Private Sector Participation (PSP) operators.

He also transferred the waste pickup to the Private Sector Participation (PSP) operators, as expected, mainlanders believed that the changes was for good and where hoping for a better Lagos.

Following the changes that were made by the State Government on waste management in Lagos, Mainlanders are yet to see a positive outcome from the changes made.

Some Mainlanders have taken to social media to call the attention of the state government to the way the waste management operators delay in picking up waste in the areas of the state.

While some complain on how long they have to store waste, others complain of how the major roads in Lagos have been turned into waste dumping sites, leaving the streets of Lagos in an unsanitary and inhabitable state.

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