We Have Kept Faith With Our Promise To Lagosians

We Have Kept Faith With Our Promise To Lagosians

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Thursday said his administration has kept faith with the electioneering campaign promises made to Lagosians, assuring that the State would witness quantum leap in infrastructural development in 2017.

Speaking at the grand finale of the campaign of All Progressives Congress (APC) for Saturday’s bye-election for Ifako-Ijaiye Federal Constituency of the House of Representatives, Governor Ambode assured that no electoral promise made by him would go unfulfilled, saying that he had operated under that principle ever since assuming office and remained committed to fulfilling all pledges and doing even more.

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Governor Ambode, who thanked all those who believed in him and voted for him, said the government has faithfully carried out the promise of transforming the communities and running an all inclusive administration where no one is left behind.

He said it was evidently clear to all that Lagos is working, saying that the pledge to transform the communities, among others, has been fulfilled and still ongoing.

“I like to start by thanking you for believing in us; thank you for believing in Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu. The past, the present and the future belong to all of you and so far that we are all working together, we know that Ojokoro and Ifako-Ijaiye will move forward and there will be tremendous progress in this community.

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“I just want to promise you that this government that you have seen what we have done in the last 18 months, we have not started anything yet. As you are aware, we just presented the 2017 budget to the House of Assembly but I tell you what you will see in Lagos by this time next year, you will not believe the progress that Lagos will make.

“This is the best State in Nigeria and we don’t make promises that we cannot fulfill. We will even do more than we have promised,” the Governor said, adding that his administration will commence the construction of Ifako-Ijaiye Stadium within the first quarter of 2017.

The House of Representative seat became vacant following the death of the former lawmaker representing the constituency, Dr Elijah Adewale, while Akinwunmi Olaitan Nurudeen emerged as the APC candidate for the bye-election after a keenly contested primary.

The Governor also commiserated with the family of Dr Adewale over the painful loss of their father, and thanked them and all the leaders in the constituency for the massive support given to his administration and the party.

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Governor Ambode, who equally vouched for the candidate of the party (Akinwunmi), urged the people to troop out in droves on Saturday to vote for the APC candidate for more dividends of democracy.

Also speaking at the rally, Senator representing Lagos West at the Senate, Olamilekan Adeola Solomon, urged the people of the constituency to vote for Akinwunmi who, according to him, is well experienced to give quality representation.

Solomon, who alluded to the numerous projects ongoing in the State including the Abule-Egba flyover, pleaded with the people to continue to support the APC government in the State.

At the rally, the candidates of Action Alliance (AA), Yussuf Olawale Abdulfatai and that of Alliance for Democracy (AD), Michael Adebayo also stepped down from the Saturday’s election, and urged their supporters and the people to vote for the APC candidate.

Brief Report On The Activities Of Lagos State Public Works Corporation From Monday November 7th – Friday November 11th 2016

Brief Report On The Activities Of Lagos State Public Works Corporation From Monday November 7th – Friday November 11th 2016

Lagos State Public Works Corporation this week carried out Maintenance/Palliative works on the underlisted roads in the following Local Government Areas.

AGEGE LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  1. Ipaja road, Oke Koto-Alagba, Agege
  2. Dopemu road, Agege
  3. Oba Ogunji road, Agege
  4. Osobu street, Elere, Agege
  5. Lagos Abeokuta Expressway, Ile Zik-Cement-Oke Odo Axis, Agege
  6. Oko Oba road, Orile Agege
  7. Ijaye road/Balogun street, Agege
  8. Orile road, Oke Koto-Alagba, Agege

ALIMOSHO LOCAL GOVERNMENT

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  1. Shasha Road, Akowonjo, Alimosho
  2. Samuel street/Ogunlana street, Egbeda, Alimosho
  3. Julius Adebayo street, Amule, Ipaja, Alimosho
  4. Iyana Ipaja roundabout-Moshalashi roundabout, Alimosho
  5. GOYE U-turn by Alimosho road entrance, Alimosho
  6. Ajisebiaramecca street, Egbeda, Alimosho

AMUWO ODOFIN LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  1. Old Ojo road, Fakeye axis, Amuwo Odofin
  2. Old Ojo Road, Mazamaza axis, Amuwo Odofin

APAPA LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  1. Liverpool road by Diamond bank, Apapa
  2. Apapa-Ijora 7UP Bridge inward Costain, Apapa
  3. Ijora – Costain road axis, Apapa
  4. Costain – Ijora road axis, Apapa

BADAGRY LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  1. Mowo-Ikoga road, Badagry
  2. Topo Road, Army Barracks inward Ajido, Badagry
  3. Vetho street/Gofamint road, Badagry
  4. Gbethe street, Tande junction-Ajara Maternity axis, Badagry
  5. Inspectorate road, Ajara Dokoh, Badagry

ETI-OSA LOCAL GOVERNMENT

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  1. Ahmadu Bello way, Bonny Camp Axis, Victoria Island, Eti-Osa
  2. Admiralty way, Lekki, Eti-Osa
  3. Lekki Epe Expressway by Bishop Aboyade Cole, Victoria Island, Eti-Osa
  4. Gerald road/Kingways Junction, Ikoyi, Eti-Osa
  5. Chief Yusuf Abiodun Oniru road, Lekki, Eti-Osa

EPE LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  1. Lekki Epe Expressway, Eleran Igbe axis, Epe
  2. Poka-Araga road, Epe

IKEJA LOCAL GOVERNMENT

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  1. Oba Akinjobi street/Adekunle Fajuyi way, GRA, Ikeja
  2. Ajumobi Olorunoje street, Off Acme, Agidingbi, Ikeja
  3. LASUTH Internal road network, GRA, Ikeja
  4. Sobo Arobiodu street, GRA, Ikeja
  5. CAC Odi-Ajaye street, Ogba, Ikeja
  6. Ikosi road, 7UP, Oregun, Ikeja
  7. Ajumobi Olorunoje street, Off Acme Agidingbi, Ikeja
  8. Mobolaji Johnson Avenue, MOE Axis, Ikeja
  9. Alh Kareem street, LASIMRA Office axis, Ikeja
  10. Sasegbon street/Oduduwa Crescent, GRA, Ikeja
  11. Abiodun Sobanjo street, LASIMRA Office axis, Ikeja

 

IFAKO-IJAYE LOCAL GOVERNMENT

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  1. Olayiwola street, Ifako Ijaye
  2. Olaniyi street by Agbe road, Ifako Ijaye
  3. Nureni Yusuf, Alagbado, Ifako Ijaye
  4. Abraham Afolabi street, Abule Egba, Ifako Ijaye
  5. Iju-Ajuwon road, Grailand axis, Ifako Ijaye

IKORODU LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  1. Alh Alagago street/Eluku road/Ireshe road, Ikorodu
  2. Ijede road, Omitoro street/Ladegboye axis, Ikorodu
  3. Oba Molaja road, Igbogbo, Ikorodu
  4. Oba Oyefusi street, Ikorodu
  5. Isawo road, Owutu, Ikorodu

IBEJU LEKKI

  1. Lekki Epe Expressway, Ibeju Axis, Ibeju Lekki
  2. Lagos Epe Expressway, Eko Akete axis, Ibeju Lekki

KOSOFE LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  1. Adesoye Mende Kosofe
  2. Oshodi Oworo Express, Servicelane outward Diya inward Anthony, Kosofe
  3. Ikosi road, Ketu, Kosofe

LAGOS ISLAND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  1. Binuyo street/Princess street, Idumagbo Avenue area, Lagos

LAGOS MAINLAND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  1. Iddo Terminus inward Cater Bridge, Lagos Mainland
  2. Herbert Macaulay Way, Makoko junction, Panti side, Lagos Mainland
  3. Carter Bridge inward Ijora Olopa, Lagos Mainland

SURULERE LOCAL GOVERNMENT

 

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  1. Adeniyi Adefioye street, Kilo area, Ikate, Surulere
  2. Adedeji street, Itire, Surulere
  3. Baoku street, Lawanson, Surulere
  4. Aderigbigbe street/Oladele Dada Street, Ikate, Surulere
  5. Jubril Martins street, Lawanson, Surulere
  6. Funso Williams Avenue, Flyover bridge Ijora-Alaka, Surulere
  7. Oladele Dada street, Ikate, Surulere

SOMOLU LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  1. New Garage by Jolad/Sogbamu street/Bariga road, Somolu

MUSHIN LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  1. Adedeji street, Mushin
  2. Ola street, Itire, Mushin

OSHODI ISOLO LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  1. Salawu street/ Adeyemi street, Oshodi Isolo
  2. Lateef Salami street, Ajao Estate, Oshodi Isolo
  3. Mushin road, Isolo, Oshodi Isolo
Recession: Leaders Must Rise Above Personal Interests And Differences

Recession: Leaders Must Rise Above Personal Interests And Differences

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Friday said that Nigeria’s present economic situation urgently requires its elected leaders to rise above their personal differences and interests with a common unity of purpose and deliver good governance to the people who they represent.

Governor Ambode, who spoke at the opening ceremony of the maiden edition of the Executive/Legislative Retreat held at the Eko Hotels and Suites, Victoria Island, said the recession taking its toll on Nigerians is a wakeup call for Nigeria leaders to come together for the purpose of rescuing the nation.

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode (2nd right), with Deputy Governor, Dr. (Mrs.) Oluranti Adebule (2nd left); Speaker, Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa (right) and Senator representing Lagos West Senatorial District, Mr. Olamilekan Adeola Solomon during the Opening session of the Executive/Legislative Retreat, with the theme ‘Good Governance in a Recession’, at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, on Friday, October 14, 2016.
Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode (2nd right), with Deputy Governor, Dr. (Mrs.) Oluranti Adebule (2nd left); Speaker, Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa (right) and Senator representing Lagos West Senatorial District, Mr. Olamilekan Adeola Solomon during the Opening session of the Executive/Legislative Retreat, with the theme ‘Good Governance in a Recession’, at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, on Friday, October 14, 2016.

Harping on the central theme of the retreat, “Good Governance in a Recession”, Governor Ambode said the economic downturn was no respecter of tribe or religion, neither does it discriminate along political party lines, hence, every Nigerian was feeling the impact.

He said the retreat, which had brought together members of the Executive and the Legislature from the State and Federal level from both the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressives Congress (APC), was a statement of fact that the people come first in Lagos.

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode; Speaker, Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa; Chairman, All Progressives Congress (APC), Lagos State Chapter, Otunba Henry Ajomale and Senator representing Lagos East Senatorial District, Mr. Gbenga Ashafa during the Opening session of the Executive/Legislative Retreat, with the theme ‘Good Governance in a Recession’, at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, on Friday, October 14, 2016.
Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode; Speaker, Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa; Chairman, All Progressives Congress (APC), Lagos State Chapter, Otunba Henry Ajomale and Senator representing Lagos East Senatorial District, Mr. Gbenga Ashafa during the Opening session of the Executive/Legislative Retreat, with the theme ‘Good Governance in a Recession’, at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, on Friday, October 14, 2016.

 

The Governor said, “Our people demand, and request from us, good governance, leadership and hope at a critical time like this in our nation. We must therefore rise above our personal differences and interests, with a common unity of purpose; staying focused on our promises and manifesto at all times.

“If our economy must grow, it must also have the mindset and culture to want to grow. It is therefore left for all of us to learn to emphasize the people and de-emphasize the power to get good results. Getting good results requires that we abide by the principles of good governance; whether we are in or out of any economic recession. It is very clear, and I also make bold to say that our concern is, and should be, about our people, Lagosians and Nigerians in general.

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“One common feature of most of us gathered here today is the social contract we have with our people; having elected us to serve them. The Executive-Legislative collaboration is strongly required and desirous in order for us to deliver and create dividends of democracy.”

Governor Ambode who also dwelt on the need to entrench good governance, listed fairness, equity and obedience to Rule of Law and inclusion as key ingredients, adding that the last 16 months of his administration has focused on these principles.

“Allowing everyone to participate to reach consensus is good governance. There must be direction as to where our government is going. Strategic vision, performance, responsiveness in getting the needed results in the most cost-reduced efforts possible is good governance,” he said.

Besides, Governor Ambode also stressed that there was no better for the six States in the South West region under the Odu’a Investments Group to activate the partnership for economic growth.

“As you may recall, Lagos joined the Odu’a Investments Group last year to become the Sixth State in the South West with Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Ekiti and Ondo State as founders. This historic move is not only Strategic, but deeply falls in line with our vision of reawakening the political economy and socio-economic hegemony of member States.

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“As we proceed to extract the greater opportunities of inclusion, it is, of necessity to call on other State Governments, irrespective of our political leanings that the Odu’a Investment initiative is a veritable economic vehicle for us to take our people out of recession,” the Governor said.

In his goodwill message, Speaker of Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa commended Governor Ambode for the retreat and his purposeful leadership, saying that it was a good thing that the State is championing a platform for elected and appointed officials to deliberate on matters of paramount interest to the people.

He said for good governance to be feasible in an economic recession, sound anti-corruption policies devoid of mere speeches and lip service must be put in place, as well as cordial relationship between executive, legislature and judiciary.

According to the Speaker, all arms of government must be up and doing on their duties, focusing more on governance that is accountable, transparent, responsive, equitable and all inclusive.

On his part, Senator representing Lagos East Senatorial District, Mr. Gbenga Ashafa, commended the Governor for how he has been handling affairs of the State, especially the issue of kidnapping, saying that Lagos remains the only State that usually respond swiftly to such issues with the Governor leading the security operatives from the front.

Ashafa also commended the Governor for the retreat, saying that such platform should be organised periodically to foster cohesion and unity of purpose among elected and appointed representatives of the people.

In the same vein, Senator representing Lagos West at the Senate, Hon. Adeola Olamilekan Solomon, said the retreat was a confirmation of unity among people’s representatives, which according to him, was important for development.

The retreat also had in attendance members of the State Executive Council, party chieftains including Chairman of the APC in Lagos, Otunba Henry Ajomale, his Vice, Cardinal James Odunbaku, Senator Tokunbo Afikuyomi, former Deputy Governor of Lagos, Prince Abiodun Ogunleye, among others.

Pictures: #114LGRoads: Local Government Roads Commissioned On Friday, September 23rd, 2016

Pictures: #114LGRoads: Local Government Roads Commissioned On Friday, September 23rd, 2016

This is Mosafejo/Ilufe Road in Ojo Local Government. The new road is 450m long and 8m wide.
This is Mosafejo/Ilufe Road in Ojo Local Government. The new road is 450m long and 8m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned Mosafejo/Ilufe Road in Ojo Local Government.
Newly constructed and commissioned Mosafejo/Ilufe Road in Ojo Local Government.
This is Goriola Oseni Street, Ojo Local Government. The new road is 450m long and 8m wide.
This is Goriola Oseni Street, Ojo Local Government. The new road is 450m long and 8m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Goriola Oseni Street,Ojo Local Government.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Goriola Oseni Street,Ojo Local Government.
This is Hundeyin Street in Badagry Local Government. The new road is 350m long and 8m wide
This is Hundeyin Street in Badagry Local Government. The new road is 350m long and 8m wide
Newly constructed and commissioned Hundeyin Street in Badagry Local Government.
Newly constructed and commissioned Hundeyin Street in Badagry Local Government.
This is Hunwi Tande Road, Ajara Agamathen in Badagry Local Government. The new road is 472m long and 8m wide.
This is Hunwi Tande Road, Ajara Agamathen in Badagry Local Government. The new road is 472m long and 8m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned Hunwi Tande Road, Ajara Agamathen in Badagry Local Government.
Newly constructed and commissioned Hunwi Tande Road, Ajara Agamathen in Badagry Local Government.
This is Ojuoto/Ajegunle Road in Lekki Local Council Development Area. The new road is 680m long and 8m wide.
This is Ojuoto/Ajegunle Road in Lekki Local Council Development Area. The new road is 680m long and 8m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned Ojuoto/Ajegunle Road in Lekki Local Council Development Area.
Newly constructed and commissioned Ojuoto/Ajegunle Road in Lekki Local Council Development Area.
This is Otolu Township Road in Lekki Local Council Development Area. The new road is 590m long and 8m wide.
This is Otolu Township Road in Lekki Local Council Development Area. The new road is 590m long and 8m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned Otolu Township Road in Lekki Local Council Development Area.
Newly constructed and commissioned Otolu Township Road in Lekki Local Council Development Area.
This is Jolaosho Street/Balogun Oyebisi Link Road, Alimosho Local Government. The new road is 538m long and 8m wide.
This is Jolaosho Street/Balogun Oyebisi Link Road, Alimosho Local Government. The new road is 538m long and 8m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Jolaosho Street/Balogun Oyebisi Link Road, Alimosho Local Government.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Jolaosho Street/Balogun Oyebisi Link Road, Alimosho Local Government.
This is Owodunni Street, Agbado-Okeodo Local Council Development Area. The new road s 420m and 8m wide.
This is Owodunni Street, Agbado-Okeodo Local Council Development Area. The new road is 420m long and 8m wide.
Newly commissioned and constructed road in Owodunni Street, Agbado-Okeodo Local Council Development Area.
Newly commissioned and constructed road in Owodunni Street, Agbado-Okeodo Local Council Development Area.
This is Sotunde Street in Agbado-Okeodo Local Council Development Area. The new road is 303m long and 8m wide.
This is Sotunde Street in Agbado-Okeodo Local Council Development Area. The new road is 303m long and 8m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Sotunde Street in Agbado-Okeodo Local Council Development Area.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Sotunde Street in Agbado-Okeodo Local Council Development Area.
This is Opere Street in Coker-Aguda Local Council Development Area. The new road is 580m long and 8m wide.
This is Opere Street in Coker-Aguda Local Council Development Area. The new road is 580m long and 8m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Opere Street in Coker-Aguda Local Council Development Area.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Opere Street in Coker-Aguda Local Council Development Area.
This is Bolaji Banwo Street in Coker-Aguda Local Council Development Area. The new road is 500m long and 9m wide.
This is Bolaji Banwo Street in Coker-Aguda Local Council Development Area. The new road is 500m long and 9m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Bolaji Banwo Street in Coker-Aguda Local Council Development Area.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Bolaji Banwo Street in Coker-Aguda Local Council Development Area.
This is Odebiyi/Dosumu Street, Ifako Ijaiye Local Government. The new road is 595m long and 7.5m wide.
This is Odebiyi/Dosumu Street, Ifako Ijaiye Local Government. The new road is 595m long and 7.5m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Odebiyi/Dosumu Street, Ifako Ijaiye Local Government.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Odebiyi/Dosumu Street, Ifako Ijaiye Local Government.
This is Kayode Street, Off Iju Ajuwon Road, Ifako in Ifako-Ijaye Local Government. The new road is 598m long and 8m wide
This is Kayode Street, Off Iju Ajuwon Road, Ifako in Ifako-Ijaye Local Government. The new road is 598m long and 8m wide
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Kayode Street, Off Iju Ajuwon Road, Ifako in Ifako-Ijaye Local Government.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Kayode Street, Off Iju Ajuwon Road, Ifako in Ifako-Ijaye Local Government.
This is Zion Street, Agboyi-Ketu Local Council Development Area. The new road is 572m long and 9m wide.
This is Zion Street, Agboyi-Ketu Local Council Development Area. The new road is 572m long and 9m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Zion Street, Agboyi-Ketu Local Council Development Area.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Zion Street, Agboyi-Ketu Local Council Development Area.
This is Adedoyin Street, Agboyi-Ketu Local Council Development Area. The new road is 560m long and 9m wide.
This is Adedoyin Street, Agboyi-Ketu Local Council Development Area. The new road is 560m long and 9m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Adedoyin Street, Agboyi-Ketu Local Council Development Area.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Adedoyin Street, Agboyi-Ketu Local Council Development Area.
This is Imam Salisu Street, Imota Local Council Development Area. The new road is 641.5m long and 7.5m wide.
This is Imam Salisu Street, Imota Local Council Development Area. The new road is 641.5m long and 7.5m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Imam Salisu Street, Imota Local Council Development Area.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Imam Salisu Street, Imota Local Council Development Area.
This is Watch Tower Street, Imota Local Council Development Area. The new road is 590m long and 8m wide.
This is Watch Tower Street, Imota Local Council Development Area. The new road is 590m long and 8m wide.
Newly Constructed and commissioned road in Watch Tower Street, Imota Local Council Development Area.
Newly Constructed and commissioned road in Watch Tower Street, Imota Local Council Development Area.
This is Bornu Way, Ebute Metta in Lagos Mainland Local Government. The new road is 600m long and 8m wide.
This is Bornu Way, Ebute Metta in Lagos Mainland Local Government. The new road is 600m long and 8m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned Bornu Way, Ebute Metta in Lagos Mainland Local Government.
Newly constructed and commissioned Bornu Way, Ebute Metta in Lagos Mainland Local Government.
This is Babalola Ilogbo Okeagbo road in Oto-Awori Local Council Development Area.The new road is 600m long and 10m wide.
This is Babalola Ilogbo Okeagbo road in Oto-Awori Local Council Development Area.The new road is 600m long and 10m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned Babalola Ilogbo Okeagbo road in Oto-Awori Local Council Development Area
Newly constructed and commissioned Babalola Ilogbo Okeagbo road in Oto-Awori Local Council Development Area
This is Oloto Street, Lagos Mainland Local Government. The new road is 325m long and 8m wide.
This is Oloto Street, Lagos Mainland Local Government. The new road is 325m long and 8m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Oloto Street, Lagos Mainland Local Government.
Newly constructed and commissioned road in Oloto Street, Lagos Mainland Local Government.
This is Ketu Adaloko Road in Oto Awori Local Council Development Area. The new road is 600m long and 10m wide.
This is Ketu Adaloko Road in Oto Awori Local Council Development Area. The new road is 600m long and 10m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned Ketu Adaloko Road in Oto Awori Local Council Development Area.
Newly constructed and commissioned Ketu Adaloko Road in Oto Awori Local Council Development Area.
Pictures: #114LGRoads: Local Government Roads Commissioned on Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

Pictures: #114LGRoads: Local Government Roads Commissioned on Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

This is Oribanwa–Lakowe Link Road in Ibeju-Lekki Local Government. The new road is 500m long and 10m wide.
This is Oribanwa–Lakowe Link Road in Ibeju-Lekki Local Government. The new road is 500m long and 10m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned Oribanwa–Lakowe Link Road in Ibeju-Lekki Local Government
Newly constructed and commissioned Oribanwa–Lakowe Link Road in Ibeju-Lekki Local Government
This is Eleko–Iberekodo Road in Ibeju-Lekki Local Government. The new road is 650m long and 7.5m wide.
This is Eleko–Iberekodo Road in Ibeju-Lekki Local Government. The new road is 650m long and 7.5m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned Eleko–Iberekodo Road in Ibeju-Lekki Local Government.
Newly constructed and commissioned Eleko–Iberekodo Road in Ibeju-Lekki Local Government.
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This is Omoalade Street in Bariga Local Council Development Area. The new road is 425m long and 9m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned Omoalade Street in Bariga Local Council Development Area.
Newly constructed and commissioned Omoalade Street in Bariga Local Council Development Area.
This is Ifoshi/Fadu Road in Ejigbo Local Council Development Area. The new road is 648m long and 9m wide.
This is Ifoshi/Fadu Road in Ejigbo Local Council Development Area. The new road is 648m long and 9m wide.
This is Dillion Street, Krikiri in Oriade Local Council Development Area. The new road is 400m long and 12m wide.
This is Dillion Street, Krikiri in Oriade Local Council Development Area. The new road is 400m long and 12m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned Dillion Street, Krikiri in Oriade Local Council Development Area. #114LGRoads #ItesiwajuEko
Newly constructed and commissioned Dillion Street, Krikiri in Oriade Local Council Development Area.
This is Balogun Street, Kuje in Oriade LCDA, the new road is 477m long and 7.5m wide.
This is Balogun Street, Kuje in Oriade LCDA, the new road is 477m long and 7.5m wide.
The newly constructed road in Balogun Street, Kuje, Oriade LCDA has been commissioned.
The newly constructed road in Balogun Street, Kuje, Oriade LCDA has been commissioned.
This is Thomas Street in Lagos Island East LCDA, the new road is 141m long and 7.5m wide.
This is Thomas Street in Lagos Island East LCDA, the new road is 141m long and 7.5m wide.
The newly constructed Thomas Street in Lagos Island East LCDA has been commissioned.
The newly constructed Thomas Street in Lagos Island East LCDA has been commissioned.
The newly constructed Thomas Street in Lagos Island East LCDA has been commissioned.
The newly constructed Thomas Street in Lagos Island East LCDA has been commissioned.
This is Oba Elegushi road, the new road is 580m long and 9m wide.
This is Oba Elegushi road, the new road is 580m long and 9m wide.
The newly constructed Oba Elegushi road has been commissioned.
The newly constructed Oba Elegushi road has been commissioned.
This is Kweme road in Badagry West LCDA, the new road is 685m long and 9m wide.
This is Kweme road in Badagry West LCDA, the new road is 685m long and 9m wide.
The newly constructed Kweme road in Badagry West LCDA has been commissioned.
The newly constructed Kweme road in Badagry West LCDA has been commissioned.
This is Apa Palace Road in Badagry West LCDA, the new road is 650m long and 9m wide.
This is Apa Palace Road in Badagry West LCDA, the new road is 650m long and 9m wide.
Newly constructed and commissioned Apa Palace Road in Badagry West Local Council Development Area.
Newly constructed and commissioned Apa Palace Road in Badagry West Local Council Development Area.
This is Alhaji Rasaq Street in Ibà LCDA, the newly constructed road is 243m long and 8m wide.
This is Alhaji Rasaq Street in Ibà LCDA, the newly constructed road is 243m long and 8m wide.
The newly constructed road in Alhaji Rasaq Street in Ibà LCDA has been commissioned. 114LGRoads
The newly constructed road in Alhaji Rasaq Street in Ibà LCDA has been commissioned. 
This is Osunba Street, Igando-Ikotun LCDA, the newly constructed road is 605m long and 8m wide.
This is Osunba Street, Igando-Ikotun LCDA, the newly constructed road is 605m long and 8m wide.
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This is Taiwo Molajo Street in Ikorodu LCDA, the newly constructed road is 680 meters long and 10 meters wide.
he newly constructed road in Taiwo Molajo Street, Ikorodu West LCDA has been commissioned.
The newly constructed road in Taiwo Molajo Street, Ikorodu West LCDA has been commissioned.
This is Ologolo road, Ologolo in Eti-Osa LCDA, the newly constructed road is 450m long and 8m wide.
This is Ologolo road, Ologolo in Eti-Osa LCDA, the newly constructed road is 450m long and 8m wide.
This is Seriki Kemberi Street in Iba LCDA, the newly constructed road is 325 meters long and 8 meters wide.
This is Seriki Kemberi Street in Iba LCDA, the newly constructed road is 325 meters long and 8 meters wide.
The road in Seriki Kemberi Street in Iba LCDA has been completed and commissioned.
The road in Seriki Kemberi Street in Iba LCDA has been completed and commissioned.
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This is Ojediran Street in Ikorodu West LCDA, the newly constructed road is 550m long and 10m wide.
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The road in Ojediran Street in Ikorodu West LCDA has been completed and commissioned.