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Oct
2022
7

DAINI SET-UP STAKEHOLDERS MEETING WITH ZONE 8 JOINT CDAs TO ADDRESS HON. BABAJIMI BENSON ROAD MAINTENANCE ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

3883u3h3n7717189292076972691 The Executive Chairman, Igbogbo/Baiyeku LCDA, Bldr. Olusesan M. Daini hosted stakeholders meeting with CDA Chairmen of joint CDAs zone 8 on the 4th of October 2022, to discuss issues bordering on the state and maintenance of Hon. Babajimi Benson Road.
Major stakeholders and chairmen of the joint CDAs commend Bldr. Olusesan Daini based his efforts and the initiative to set up the stakeholder's meeting to proffer applicable solutions that will ensure the maintenance of the road.
Elder Adebisi Dairo, Mr Babatunde (Desleek), Prince Adesegun Oyefusi, Pop James Alabi, and Mr Akeem Adesanya spoke on behalf of the joint CDAs, the stakeholders lamented the worsened state of the road when it rains, stating that the gutters of the road are blocked because neighbours dispose of dirt in the gutters. They said the road requires new focus entirely from the government; and that the axis requires coordinated services of LAWMA.
They stressed the importance of government-based enforcement to ensure compliance from the neighbours in the axis. They said the people can be stiff-necked when they are told not to carry out an activity that can block the road's gutters and drainages as well as destroy the road; so the best way to make people comply and desist from activities that undermine the maintenance principles of the road is the involvement of enforcement from the LCDA.
They further explained that the maintenance committee was set up when the road was commissioned but lacked enforcement capacity which renders the activities of the committee non-effective.
They also re-echoed the urgent need for clearing of gutters of the road; he said the joint CDAs will evacuate dirt and sand from the gutter while the government pick-ups the dirt and sand with trucks. They said, the joint CDAs doubtless require services of the LCDA's environmental officers and/or ETFs to enforce patronages of LAWMA in the axis.
Mr Akeem Adesanya, the Council-Manager addressed the stakeholders, commending the ingenuity of the Executive Chairman, efforts of the Council officials and joint CDAs to make sure that the Babajimi Benson road's original standard is maintained and other environmental issues are resolved.
The Executive Chairman responded in his speech said that the video emanated from Hon. Babaji Benson was a wake-up to all of us to double our efforts and ensure that the road is not destroyed by the neighbours and road users.
He also said most of the stakeholders' requests had been repeatedly carried out along the road by the LCDA's environmental department and JTF.
He said, a series of understudy and investigations had been done on the road by Supervisor Councilors for Environment, Civic Engagements, and Tourism, even by humble myself (the Executive Chairman), then followed-up by enforcement to ensure that the road is maintained but more work still have to be done.
The Chairman also said the government will work in unison with the CDAs in the area of enforcement based on the government's standard of engagement.
The government will however not just deliver the JTF to the CDAs to avoid abused use of power.
He further said Igbogbo/Baiyeku LCDA will expose the original nature of the newly constructed road by evacuating dirt and sand from the gutter and then picked-up up the truck.
He added MD of LAWMA will be officially written for the official focus of their activities along the road.
He at the same time noted that the LCDA will as a matter of urgency fix the drainage problem along the Oreyo axis.
He further stated that joint CDAs need to write LCDA, stating the above-mentioned requests for proper documentation for coordinated actions.
The Chairman then announced that Zone 8 CDA's arc signage has been contracted to a professional and will be erected soon.
In attendance was the Vice Chairman, Hon Nuraini Okedina-Maja. Hon. Akeem Solawon, Councilor representing Ward C1. Hon. Adewale Bolowotan, Supervisor councillor for Civic Engagement and Strategy. Hon. Wahid A. Yusuf, Supervisor for Works. Lateef Odusanya, Supervisor for Planning, Budget and Statistics/ Information Communication Technology. Hon. Wasiu Olowu, Supervisor for Tourism and Special Duties. Mrs Mariam Obayomi, supervisor for Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation and Rural Development. Hon. Dawuda Oshilaja, Supervisor for Environment and Waste Management. Hon. Yinka Ogunlaja Special Adviser on Primary Healthcare. Hon. Micheal Babatunde Ayeni, Supervisor for Agric, Youth and Sport. Also in attendance was Council Engineer, Engr. Segun Orelesi HOD, Agric department, Mr Ibrahim Abdul Imam.

The Executive Chairman, Igbogbo/Baiyeku LCDA, Bldr. Olusesan M. Daini hosted stakeholders meeting with CDA Chairmen of joint CDAs zone 8 on the 4th of October 2022, to discuss issues bordering on the state and maintenance of Hon. Babajimi Benson Road. Major stakeholders

Jul
2022
9

LAWMA DESTROYS ANOTHER 600 CARTS, VOWS TO PUNISH ENVIRONMENTAL OFFENDERS ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

fb img 16573476426486151294425176059264 The Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) has destroyed over 600 handcarts seized from illegal cart pushers across the State, bringing the total number seized and destroyed to about 1000 in less than two months since the clampdown commenced. Speaking on the exercise, the MD/CEO, Mr Ibrahim Odumboni, noted that the seizure and subsequent destruction of the carts demonstrated the position of the Lagos State Government on solid waste management. He said the agency would continue to enforce the present administration’s zero-tolerance for indiscriminate dumping of waste being perpetuated by cart pushers, adding that LAWMA is making tremendous progress and would not relent until illegal cart pushers are completely removed from the State.
The CEO, who was represented by the Executive Director of Finance, LAWMA, Mr Kunle Adebiyi, stated that the continuous exercise will serve as a deterrent to others who are planning to embark on such illegal business in any part of Lagos State. On his part, the Chief Technical Officer (CTO), LAWMA, Dr Olohunwa Tijani, expressed his concern over the unrelenting attitude of some residents, who would rather patronise cart pushers than assigned PSP operators, lamenting that those recalcitrant residents are still the reason why the illegal business of cart pushing persists.
“We have allocated PSPs to all nooks and crannies of the State. Presently we have over 400 PSPs deployed to cover all streets and corners of Lagos. But unfortunately, the attitude of some of the people is still one of the areas LAWMA is making efforts to change. The Agency is determined to ensure that unhealthy habit is discouraged. The people must learn to take responsibility for their waste”, he added.
He admonished residents to cease patronising cart pushers as they had been completely outlawed, reiterating that those caught indiscriminately dumping their refuse would be made to face the law.
“LAWMA is working with other law enforcement agencies and the judiciary in enforcing the environmental laws. Those caught dumping refuse indiscriminately will be arrested and charged before the law court. Failure to pay your waste bills is also a punishable offence. A lot of people have been sent to prison in Badagry for environmental offences. So we are doing everything to return environmental sanity to the streets of Lagos”, he noted.

The Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) has destroyed over 600 handcarts seized from illegal cart pushers across the State, bringing the total number seized and destroyed to about 1000 in less than two months since the clampdown commenced. Speaking on the exercise,

Jul
2022
6

LAWMA: HIGH COST OF DIESEL HAMPERING OUR OPERATIONS ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

lawma 100 new compactor8139481258401715264 The Managing Director/CEO of Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), Mr. Ibrahim Odumboni, has said that the high cost of diesel being experienced across the country is hampering the waste evacuation operations of the agency.
Speaking on LAWMA activities at its Iddo-Yard Head Office, on Monday, Odumboni noted that practical steps have already been initiated to address the issue, stressing that the agency is still tackling environmental challenges being faced across the State. He said: "We have redoubled our efforts, working round the clock to ensure that we evacuate all waste around the city. The scarcity and high cost of diesel have been a major challenge, as all service providers' trucks run on diesel. Nonetheless, we are doing the needful, to maintain a clean environment and prevent health hazards to the people”.
"The resurgence of waste observed in some areas of the metropolis is borne out of the unforeseen diesel challenges the service providers are experiencing, which is affecting their operations and the Authority is looking into helping them resolve it. Tenements that do not have waste containers in their houses have compounded the situation by dumping their waste on the highways", the CEO added.
Odumboni reiterated the importance of residents having waste containers in their homes and appealed to the citizens for their cooperation in order to combat the resurgence of waste on road medians, canals and other illegal spots in the State.
"We are assuring Lagosians of our total commitment to rid the environment of dirt. As we work day and night to make this happen, we urge you to support our efforts, as cleanliness of the State is a collective responsibility”, he stated.
He implored all Lagos residents to patronise only assigned PSP operators in their respective areas and properly containerise waste to prevent littering and allow longer storage periods.
Meanwhile, Odumboni also revealed that about 370 additional handcarts would be destroyed by the Authority as it intensifies efforts to stamp out cart pushing and all forms of improper waste disposal in the metropolis. He called on residents to contact LAWMA’s toll-free numbers: 07080601020 and 617 for all inquiries and complaints on waste management-related issues.

The Managing Director/CEO of Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), Mr. Ibrahim Odumboni, has said that the high cost of diesel being experienced across the country is hampering the waste evacuation operations of the agency. Speaking on LAWMA activities at its Iddo-Yard

Dec
2021
27

YULETIDE: IKORODU METRO LIONS CLUB DISTRIBUTES WELFARE PACKAGES TO LAWMA PERSONNEL, GIFT MISS AJIBOYE WITH N50,000 ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

76rgjoy7E24836377119575711709. From Odogunyan bus stop, Laspotech (first gate) down to Sabo axis of Ikorodu LG saw voluntary members of Ikorodu metropolitan lions club filling the freeway to encourage operational Lagos waste management authority (LAWMA) personnel with welfare packages as the merry season continues.

From Odogunyan bus stop, Laspotech (first gate) down to Sabo axis of Ikorodu LG saw voluntary members of Ikorodu metropolitan lions club filling the freeway to encourage operational Lagos waste management authority (LAWMA) personnel with welfare packages as the merry season continues.

Sep
2021
20

LAWMA HOLDS WORLD CLEAN-UP DAY AT ILASHE ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

img 20210920 wa00051411030540515047791 The Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), has commemorated the 2021 World Clean-up Day, along with a network of corporate bodies NGOs and governmental organizations, during which 1,250 kilogrammes of plastic materials was harvested, along a 5-kilometre distance of Ilashe beach, in the outskirts of Lagos.

The Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), has commemorated the 2021 World Clean-up Day, along with a network of corporate bodies NGOs and governmental organizations, during which 1,250 kilogrammes of plastic materials was harvested, along a 5-kilometre distance of Ilashe beach, in the

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