13th September, 2010
Lagos State Commissioner for Sports, Prince Ademola Adeniji-Adele has declared that he andÂ his colleagues in the state executive council are fully behind Governor Babatunde RajiÂ Fashola for a second term in office.
Speaking at the Governorâ€™s Forum to mark the 1,200 days in office of the FasholaÂ administration in Ikoyi, Lagos, Prince Adeniji-Adele disclosed that he and his colleaguesÂ were committed to ensure that Governor Fashola gets a second term in office because of hisÂ performance.
The sports commissioner disclosed that members of the state executive council sharedÂ Governor Fasholaâ€™s vision to transform the state into a mega city that is second to none,Â adding that they (exco) would do everything to ensure that Fashola gets a second term.
In his analysis of Fasholaâ€™s performance so far, the state’s Attorney-General andÂ Commissioner for Justice, Mr. Olasupo Sasore, explained that the Fashola administration hasÂ kept faith with the people of Lagos over its promises to them, adding that ”theÂ administration has stepped up activities to make sure that roads in the state areÂ motorable.”
He specifically identified roads in Surulere, stressing that government has stepped upÂ activities to ensure that they are motorable and assured that many of the projects wouldÂ soon be completed.
Mr. Sasore revealed that other means of transportation like the ferry, are also beingÂ planned for movement of goods and people in the state.
He appealed to Lagosians to use the roads properly.
The Lagos Attorney-General also expressed the determination of the administration to provideÂ maternity centres and clinics throughout the state.
In the area of power supply, he disclosed that the administration was collaborating with aÂ company called Island Power to supply seven megawatts of electricity to power street lightsÂ and the Lagos Island Maternity Centre.
Sasore also identified the renovation and building of magistrate and high courts in theÂ state to promote the administration of justice.
On housing, he disclosed that the administration would continue to improve the housing stockÂ and create opportunities for people to own their own houses.