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  • Power, environment, transport sectors will get greater attention in next two years – Ambode
  • .…Says Lagos Open To Assist, Learn From Other
    States
    Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode
    has said that his administration would prioritise
    attention to the Power, Environment and
    Transportation sectors in the next two years to
    drive all round development of the State.
    Governor Ambode, who spoke during an
    interview session with journalists, said the three
    sectors are crucial to driving every other social
    infrastructure which the State Government
    intends to address headlong.
    He said, “The last two years, what we have done
    is just to create a foundation of a vision that
    drives Lagos to the next 50 years. There is
    nothing that we can do in the next two years
    that is ever going to be enough.
    “There are three things I want people to watch
    out for in the next 12 to 18 months, the issue of
    power, the issue of environment and the
    sanitation and issue of transportation. I believe
    those three sectors are the key sectors that can
    drive every other social infrastructure that we
    will be dealing with in Lagos.”
    Speaking on the environment, Governor Ambode
    said it was pertinent that the State must strive
    to be cleaner and safer not just for residents
    alone, but also for visitors and investors willing
    to do business in the State.
    “Lagos must get cleaner, safer and the way
    people commune from one place to another and
    one thing with Lagos, the more success you
    record, the more people want to come into the
    city,” the Governor said.
    It would be recalled that the State Government
    has already concluded plans to commence the
    Cleaner Lagos Initiative, a brain child of the
    present administration aimed at improving the
    environment to make it cleaner, safer and
    healthier for all Lagosians by promoting a
    harmonised and holistic approach to the
    challenges; and as a result, improving
    operational efficiency.
    Speaking on the interventions ahead on the
    transportation sector, the Governor said the Bus
    Reform initiative would take off before the end of
    the year with the introduction of modern buses
    that would not only transform the transport
    system, but also make it easier for Lagosians to
    move from one place to another.
    On the power sector, the Governor said efforts
    were ongoing to ensure stable power supply for
    all industries in the State adding that the
    intention was to create embedded power in
    clusters in the city.
    Governor Ambode, however, noted that despite
    the successes recorded, the State was also
    willing to learn from other States, just as it has
    also extended same to other sister States.
    “There are also things that we are looking at
    from other States. We do not know everything.
    So, there are other States that are doing some
    things better than us. So, we must be
    submissive enough to learn from them and the
    same thing with other States from us. And that
    is whole lesson about leadership, leadership is
    about learning, it is about listening and which is
    what we do very well in Lagos,” he said

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