1,200 days in office: Fashola renders account of stewardship

Lagos State governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN), on Friday, rendered account of his stewardship in the last 1, 200 days, saying his administration is committed to redefining governance in the state. The 1, 200 days stewardship rendering, however, went a notch higher as the account was rendered in the three senatorial districts of the state – Lagos Central, Lagos West and Lagos East Senatorial districts – with Lagosians in each place given

 opportunities to ask questions and raise issues which members of the State Executive Council were on hand to provide answers and render clarifications.
Fashola, who was represented by the deputy governor, Princess Sarah Adebisi Sosan, said his administration would also continue to be innovative, proactive and daring, adding that it would, however, rely on the peoples’ mandate and continued support to reach the desired goal.
“Taking cognizance of the fact that governance is all about the improvement of humanity, our administration has remained hooked to your partnership and look forward to sustaining same to the next level”, the governor said, adding, however, that government has made provisions to get feedbacks on its services to the people.
“Today, our Lagos is a huge work in progress as we are renewing and developing new infrastructure which have been designed to be human and environmental friendly through the provision of ramps, walkways, fire hydrants and service ducts”, the governor said. According to him, till date, his administration has delivered 151, 454 kilometres of high grade roads spread across the state’s three senatorial districts.
Such high grade roads, he said, include Ajara-Erekiti-Ikoga Road, Lateef Adegboyega Street, Shibiri-Etegbin Road, Ajangbadi-Ilogbo-Elegba Road, LASU-Iba Road and Okota-Itire Overhead Link Bridge.