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  • Good News? Lagos Scraps KAI, Launches LAGESC
  • The Lagos State, the
    Government, in order to
    achieve improvement in
    health for residents has
    scrapped Kick Against
    Indiscipline (KAI) and has
    replaced it with Lagos
    Environmental Sanitation
    Corps, LAGESC.
    The move, according to the
    State Government, was part
    of the new environmental
    management policy
    encapsulated in the Cleaner
    Lagos Initiative, CLI, aimed
    at reforming Solid Waste
    Management Sector of the
    State.
    Speaking at the launch of
    CLI held at Agege Stadium,
    Lagos, the State Governor,
    Akinwunmi Ambode,
    yesterday, said that the
    development would drive
    the State to the desired
    future of achieving clean,
    hygienic and flood-free
    environment.
    The Governor, who was
    represented by his Deputy,
    Mrs. Idiat Adebule, said the
    initiative was an enduring
    solution carefully designed
    to address the
    shortcomings experienced
    in managing the State.
    “As a result, residential
    waste collection and
    processing which is
    concession to a reputable
    and competent
    multinational Waste
    Services Company is being
    given a new lease of life
    with 600 brand new
    compactors and 900,000
    electronically tracked bins,
    while wastes generated by
    the commercial sector
    would be handled by
    licensed waste
    management operators
    (PSP).”
    According to Vanguard, the
    Commissioner for
    Environment, Mr.
    Babatunde Adejare,
    disclosed that 920 LAGESC
    Corps personnel, marine
    waste collection facilities
    and mechanized sweeping,
    was a dream come true in
    the implantation of the new
    environmental initiative, just
    as he expressed confidence
    that the development would
    translate to improved health
    and quality of life for
    residents of the State.
    He also announced that the
    State Government would
    soon role out other
    components of the CLI such
    as residential waste
    collection and processing,
    commercial, industrial,
    hazardous and medical
    waste collection, as well as
    secondary and tertiary
    drainage maintenance.

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