With a total area of 3,577km sq, Lagos State remains the smallest State of the 36 States in Nigeria. One-fifth (22%) of this area is covered by lagoons and creeks. Notwithstanding, Lagos State remains the commercial nerve center of Nigeria. With a population estimated at about 20 million – equivalent of 32 African Countries combined – Lagos State is the sixth largest economy in Africa. However, with the rebased GDP of Nigeria put at N80tr, Lagos has a per capita income of $2,900.00 compared to the national average of $1,700.00. As such, our immediate and future task is to make Lagos work for everyone. This is a task that we have committed ourselves to attaining in the next four years by focusing on the following: Security, Economy, Infrastructure, Healthcare, Social Welfare and Good Governance.