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THE Federal Government has been accused of deliberately hindering the pace of development in Lagos, owing to denial of the World Bank loan approval.
Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola made this disclosure while presenting the year 2014 budget proposal of N489.690 billion to the state legislature.

MEMBERS of the Lagos State House of Assembly has urged Governor  Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN) to fast track efforts towards completing ongoing projects spread across the State as he presented the year 2014 budget, amounting to N489.6 billion to the Assembly.

IN the light of ever increasing financial burden operators of the Private Sector Partners (PSP) had to grapple with, the helmsman of the body has revealed that rate charged for refuse collection will as a matter of cost implication, need to be jerked up in order not force them out of business.

Coming after the visit of the Presidential Advisory Committee on National Dialogue to Edo State, the Lagos Governor Babatunde Fashola has cited issues which deserve no talk but decisive actions to address them.

MD, LAWMA, Ola OresanyaTHE Lagos Waste Management Agency (LAWMA) has projected the increase in waste generation of Lagos state to hit 15,000 cubic metres by 2020, given the sporadic rate of population growth and the attendant waste that will be made available for collection.
Mr. Ola Oresanya the Managing Director made this disclosure while in an interview session with National Daily, recently at the agency’s head office in Ijora Olopa, Lagos

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