Lagos Island East LCDA Boss Warns On Flood


As the rainy season draws near, residents of Lagos Island East Local Council Development Area, Lagos, southwest, Nigeria, have been warned to desist from dumping refuse into drainage channels to avoid the problem of flood.

They were also advised to partner with security agents in the council area so as to ensure safety of lives and properties.

Comrade Kamal Salau-Bashua, chairman of the council gave the advice during the commemoration of 100 days in office of his administration.

The council chairman promised to build on the four policy trust of his predecessor, Mr. Mufutau Kadiku, which are education, primary health care, security, primary education, environmental sanitation and women empowerment.

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Salau-Bashua promised not to rest on his oars until he has made the council area better than he met it and called on the residents to lend their support in transforming the council area to an efficient, people-oriented and quality services and programmes execution LCDA.

The Lagos Island East LCDA chairman also launched 20 units of computer and computer laboratory at Christ Church Cathedral School, distribution of JAMB forms to indigent candidates, donation of bus and matching grant to Community Development Association’s, CDC,

The council chairman added that more police posts would be constructed to compliment the efforts of Adeniji and Lion Building police stations, as well as construction of more public toilets, this he said would assist the people of the council area on sanitation.

Some members of Neighbourhood Watch in the area were presented with awards of meritorious service.

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