BOS ADMINISTRATION ACHIEVEMENTS (2019-DATE)

 

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT & TRANSPORTATION


• Completed and commissioned Ikoyi network of roads
• Completed and commissioned Oniru network of roads, Victoria Island.
• Completed and commissioned Ijede Road Phase 1 in Ikorodu
• Completed and commissioned 1.4 km dual carriage Pen- Cinema Bridge, Agege.
• Completed and commissioned Tedi-Muwo and Link Bridge, Lagos-Ogun boundary roads in Alimosho and Agbado-Oke–Odo and access roads.
• Completed and commissioned 31 network of roads in Ojokoro Local Council Development Area (LCDA).
• Completed and commissioned the 13.68 kilometers Oshodi-Abule-Egba BRT corridor.
• Completed and commissioned Mafoluku Bus Terminal.
• Completed and commissioned Yaba Bus Terminal.
• Reconfigured 6 Junction/Roundabouts at Allen, Ikotun, Maryland, Lekki and Ajah (under Traffic Management Intervention Plan (TMIP).
• Launched 500 units of First and Last Mile (FLM) buses.
• Injected 100 high-medium capacity busses for standard routes
• Lagos Bus Service Limited (LBSL) celebrated the 10 million passenger ridership as an unprecedented landmark achievement. By March 2021, the total number of passengers transported was 20,024,985.
• Created 700 jobs for Lagosians via LBSL operations.
• Did 110 palliatives and 361 sectional rehabilitations on roads across the state.
• Rehabilitated over 632 inner roads via the Lagos State Public Works Corporation (LSPWC).
• Reconfigured 6 Junction/Roundabouts under Traffic Management Intervention Plan (TMIP).
• Painted a total number of 30 roads, approximately, 428.97 Kerbs and Medians.
• Marked 64 roads, approximately 100.66kms through which over 3,000 youths were engaged.
• Inaugurated, kitted and deployed 1,017 new LASTMA officers to various locations as Traffic Managers.
• Commenced Cashless Toll Payment at the Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge in order to reduce traffic gridlock along the axis.
• Launched Articulated and Allied Vehicle Number Plates [AVNP] to further prioritise safe motoring measures for crime detection in the metropolis.
• Added 65 high capacity buses to the existing fleet to ease commuting, especially in view of recent Okada/Keke restriction
• Commissioned eight new ferries which have ferried over 300,000 passengers since the commencement of commercial operation in February, 2020.
• Launched a mobile application designed to facilitate easy access to water transportation services in the State.
• Uber Boat service, a partnership between the global ride-hailing company and Lagos State began operation.
• Inter-modal transport received a major boost with the recommencement of work on the Lagos light rail project.
• Kicked off the Clean-up Campaign on waterways.
• Handed 15 brand new vehicles and 26 motorbikes to the Traffic Enforcement Team.
• Commissioned 31 networks of roads in Ojokoro Local Council Development Area (LCDA).
• Recommenced construction work on the strategic Lagos/Badagry Expressway; and first phase of the road from Agboju to Trade Fair already completed.
• Work nearing completion on the Pen-Cinema Bridge, Agege.
• Commenced reconstruction and upgrading of strategic roads such as the 6.05 kilometer Phase 1 Road from Itamaga to Ewu Elepe town, the 7.8 kilometers Owutu-Agric-Ishawo Road Phase 1 and Bola Tinubu-Igbogbo-Imota Road.
• Short-listed 8 contractors for the construction of the 4th Mainland Bridge.
• Commenced the construction of 19.39-kilometre road network in Ijegun-Ijagemo and Ijedodo in Ojo Local Government.
• Major road repairs done in the night to reduce the strain on commuters.
• Massive repair on the Ojota stretch of Ikorodu Road and Motorways – Kudirat Abiola Way, Apongbon Highway and Lekki-Epe Expressway from Abraham Adesanya to Eleko Junction among others.
• Rehabilitated 216 inner roads across the State.
• Reconstruction and upgrading of Igbogbo-Bola Ahmed Tinubu-Igbe Road, Ikorodu – ongoing
• Commenced the rehabilitation of the 660m length loop Road Oregun and construction of two 30m long Bridges across the Odo-Alaro canal.
• Embarked on the construction of the Agric-Access Road, Phase II, Igando, and the Deep Sea Port road and the Lekki-Ijebu-Ode-Ore Expressway.
• The rehabilitation of Oba Sekumade Road is on-going while Ipakodo, Ikorodu; Ijegun-Egbe Road and Ishuti Road, Igando is completed.
• Completed the Samuel Ekundayo/Toga road in Badagry LGA, Ishefun-Camp Davies-Ijon road network in Alimosho LGA, boundary roads with bridge (Phase II) to complement the network of twenty-one roads and two bridges in the axis.
• Completed the Aradagun-Imeke-Iworo-Ajido-Epeme road(phase II) to complement the earlier concluded phase 1
• Commenced the Multi-level facility (car park) Onikan designed to accommodate 384 cars is at 83% completion, and another multi-Agency office complex with a capacity for over 700 vehicles is at 78% completion.
• Embarked on the rehabilitation and upgrading of the 6km phase I of 11 km long Ijede road.
• Embarked on the construction of Lekki Regional Road which include the Lekki free trade zone, Lekki Ports, Dangote Petrochemical plant, Lekki airports etc
• Completed the infrastructure upgrading of Oniru Network of roads under a Public Infrastructure Improvement Partnership (PIIP).
• Embarked on 90 palliatives and 261 sectional rehabilitations in Agege; Ajeromi Ifelodun; Alimosho; Amuwo-Odofin; Apapa; Badagry; Epe; Eti-Osa; Ifako-Ijaiye; Ikeja; Ikorodu; Kosofe; Lagos Island; Lagos Mainland; Mushin; Oshodi-Isolo; Shomolu and Surulere.
• Restricted activities of motorcycles & tricycles in six LGAs & nine LCDAs to ensure safety of lives.
• Completed and commissioned the new Vehicle Inspection Services headquarters; and deployed USSD Service (*554*381#) for verification of road worthiness certificate.
• Launched new articulated vehicles number plates comprising three number plates per set as part of measures towards ensuring safety, prevention of related crimes and efficient transportation in the state.

HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT

• Completed and commissioned Epe Mother and Child Center (MCC)
• Completed and commissioned Eti-Osa Mother and Child Center (MCC), Ajah.
• Completed and commissioned Badagry Mother and Child Center (MCC).
• Inaugurated Igando Mother and Child Centers (MCCs).
• Reconstruction of the New Massey’s Street Children Hospital on course. When completed, it will be the biggest Children Hospital in Africa.
• Comprehensive renovation of public health facilities ongoing at the Ebute-Meta Health Centre, Harvey Road Health Centre, General Hospital, Odan, Lagos, General Hospital, Isolo and Ketu-Ejirin Health Centre.
• The Lagos State Health Management Agency (LASHMA) inaugurated new centres at Ikorodu, Ikotun and Epe
• Revamped the Jigi Bola initiative across all LGs and LCDAs in the state
• Also, new health facilities such as the Permanent 300 Bed Isolation Centre, Yaba, Infectious Disease Centre, Yaba, Infectious Diseases Research Institute, Yaba Doctors’ Quarters, and Gbagada among others are to be constructed.
• Supported 15 families of persons living with cerebral palsy and Down syndrome with financial assistance of N1million to N2.5million each
• Activated one Oxygen Plant at Yaba for COVID-19
• Established 10 Tri and Oxygen Centres
• Over 250, 000 Lagosians enjoyed diverse free medical intervention, in partnership with BOSKOH Health Mission International and the Benjamin Olowojebutu Foundation.
• 802 residents successfully had pediatric eye surgery, adult eye surgery, pediatric surgery, dental surgery, orthopedic surgery and Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgery through the initiative.
• Another 615 persons booked for various surgeries, making it a total of 1417 free surgeries carried out through the health mission.
• Comprehensive renovation of public health facilities ongoing at the Ebute-Meta Health Centre, Harvey Road Health Centre, General Hospital, Odan, Lagos, General Hospital, Isolo and Ketu-Ejirin Health Centre.
• Also, new health facilities such as the Permanent 300 Bed Isolation Centre, Yaba, Infectious Disease Centre, Yaba, Infectious Diseases Research Institute, Yaba, new Massey Children’s Hospital, Lagos, Doctors’ Quarters, Gbagada among others are to be constructed.
• Provided free medical treatments to victims of Ijegun axis pipeline explosion as well as victims of building collapse at Lagos Island
• Under the Limb Deformity and Correctional Surgery Program, a total number of 35 beneficiaries were seen with 17 total surgical beneficiaries; and 18 were given total mobility assistive devices.
• Decontaminated major public and private facilities and major highways against COVID-19.

The Environment

• 96 primary drainage channels were cleared across the State. 222 secondary channels were also worked on, out of which 146 have been completed while 76 are ongoing.
• The Dr. Oluyomi Abayomi Finnih Recreational Park, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos was completed and commissioned.
• LAWMA Academy was inaugurated to promote environmental cleanliness.
• The Olusosun Dumpsite was expanded to 42 acres to accommodate more waste and ensure that trucks can have a quicker turnaround time.
• LAWMA began a Lagos at 4am programme that is aimed at stemming the tide of indiscriminate waste disposal across the metropolis.
• LAWMA acquired a Briquette facility, which can process about 1,700 kg of sawdust per hour, in Agbowa (Ikorodu division).
• LAWMA launched the Lagos State Blue Box Recycling at the Simpson Transfer Loading Station, Lagos Island.
• Commissioned a mini-effluent treatment plant that would determine toxicity before being released into the atmosphere.
• Emergency Flood Abatement Gang (EFAG) successfully maintained, cleaned and de-flooded 66 (nos.) highways Secondary Collector Drains and de-flooded several areas across all the LGs of the State
• The Office of Drainage Services embarked upon maintenance dredging of primary channels across multiple local Government Areas. Some of the locations are Shomolu, Surulere, Ifako-Ijaiye, Oshodi- Isolo, Alimosho, Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Government among others.
• 192 secondary collectors spread across the 20 Local Government Councils and 37 Local council with majority at over 80 percent completion are receiving due attention.
• The Office of drainage services is Constructing 44(nos.) new Collectors drain. Notable among the channels which are at various stages are the Abraham Adesanya Collector Drain/Dredging of System 63, Lekki Expressway to de-flood Abraham Adesanya Estate, Lekki Expressway, Ogombo and its adjoining areas, the Freedom way Channel, Lekki, the Fish Farm Collector Drain, Ikorodu, the Edun Alaran Collector Drain to alleviate the flooding problem being encountered at Beckley Estate and its environ in Ifako-Ijaiye and Orchid road Collector drains off Lekki-Epe expressway in Eti-Osa to de-flood Orchid road and all the numerous Estates within that neighbourhood.
• The office of the Drainage services is also handling 44 new collectors drains and are at various stages of construction
• LAWMA renovated major dumpsites like Hotel Solous and Olusosun.
• LAWMA achieved significant improvement in collection and disposal of solid waste raising the capacity of PSP operators from 320 compactor trips to 700 compactor trips daily
• The Blue Box Initiative by LAWMA was rebranded into Lagos Recycle Initiative in June, 2020 in which all residents must recycle their waste to achieve a Circular Economy. The Lagos Recycle Initiative has been established in 21 LCDAs with the creation of community recycling centres within the 21 LCDAs and 23 recyclable waste collectors also enlisted in these locations.
• LAWMA launched an Own a bin initiative recently mandating all tenements to acquire and own waste bins (240L household plastic wheeler bins).
• LAWMA during the period under review made Provision of 50 new dino bins for communal depots and locations with higher waste generations (i.e. markets and open spaces).
• LASPARK has concluded the regeneration of the Outer Marina Park restoring it to its previous beautiful and aesthetically pleasing state. It also hosted the 2020 Annual Tree Planting Day on July,14th with the theme “Trees for Life”
• LASPARK commenced the Landscaping and Beautification of Opebi – Toyin street Triangular Layby and Relocated the Fela Anikulapo Kuti monument.
• LASPARK also began the Beautification of the perimeter area of the decommissioned dumpsite at Abule Egba.
• LASPARK re-modelled and Upgraded the garden at Ebute Ipakodo, Ikorodu into a Recreational Park for public use.
• The Kick Against Indiscipline (KA1) formerly known as Lagos State Environmental Sanitation Corps LAGESC has also been rebranded with a return to the old green uniform which signifies an environmentally friendly outfit.
• LASAA Launched the 2020 Mobile Advert Stickers to enhance a more effective regulatory process for mobile advertisement
• LASAA successfully processed and Registered applicants wishing to practice outdoor advertising within the state as New Outdoor Advertising Practitioners.
• Completed channelization of four ferry routes namely Ijede to Badore (6km), Bayeiku to Ajah (7km); Ebute Ojo to Marina (16km) and Ijede to Marina (16km).
• Channelized the Mile 2 – Marina route.
• Completed the Bayeiku waterfront jetty construction, while work has reached an advanced stage on the construction of other nine concrete jetties.
• Completed construction work at the VIP Chalet Jetty, Badagry while Apa and Offin Jetties, Ilado Jetty, Amuwo Odofin, Ito-Omu, Epe, Ajido Waterfront Badagry, Takwa-Bay and Ilashe Jetty are at different stages of completion.
• Signed Executive Order on Environmental and Sanitation Matters which ensures a cleaner environment.
• Dredged the LUTH/Itire Daniyan in System 6c; Babs Animashaun in system 5,
• Alaka/Iponri/Tejuosho to Gbagada, Bariga, Anthony Oke Alo and Apelehin Buxton Cole.
• Maintained and cleared the Jankara/Oroyinyin/Binuyo/Ojo Giwa collector Drain, Lagos Island.
• Dredged Irede-Ira channel, Ojo; Ketu-Alapere channel, Ojo System 5 channel, Surulere, Anthony Oke-Alo channel, Kosofe, and the Gbagada Bariga channel, Kosofe.
• Commissioned Dr. Oluyomi Abayomi Finnih Recreational Park, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos.
• Expanded Olusosun dump site to 42 acres to accommodate more waste and ensure that trucks can have a quicker turnaround time.
• Completed and commissioned the building at the entrance of the Olusosun dumpsite.
• Begn a Lagos at 4am programme that is aimed at stemming the tide of indiscriminate waste disposal across the metropolis.
• Acquired a Briquette facility, which can process about 1,700 kg of sawdust per hour, in Agbowa, Epe division.
• Launched the Lagos State Blue Box Recycling at the Simpson Transfer Loading Station, Lagos Island.

EDUCATION & TECHNOLOGY

• Launched the EKO-EXCEL [Excellence in Child Education & Learning] programme aimed at transforming teaching and learning in public primary schools via technology.
• Trained 9207 teachers from 762 primary schools (out of 1016) under the EKO EXCEL initiative
• Recruited 3,000 teachers for public primary and secondary schools in the State.
• Signed an agreement with six private investors for the proposed LASU 8,272-unit hostel
• Commenced the LASU HND Top – Up programme.
• 1,097 school projects being undertaken, covering comprehensive upgrade of 970 public primary and secondary schools.
• Supplied 86,000 dual furniture sets to 775 public schools
• Constructed 70 new school buildings
• Renovated 197 public schools
• Built eight new hostel blocks in the state-owned boarding schools.
• Provided 1400 hostel beds for Lagos Model Colleges.
• Constructed eight Watch Towers with Alarm Bells and Perimeter Fences in Model Colleges.
• Provided 61,000 units of single-dual composite furniture for secondary schools.
• Provided 87,000 units of single-dual for primary school pupils spread across the six education districts.
• Constructed, renovated and rehabilitated of 71 blocks of classrooms and hostels across Education Districts in the state.
• 87,000 dual composite units of furniture were supplied to primary and secondary schools at various locations across the state.
• Constructed, renovated and rehabilitated 71 blocks of classrooms and hostels across the 6 Education Districts in the state.
• As part of security improvement programme of the present administration, construction and provision of watchtowers, floodlights, fence upgrade, panic alarms and bush clearing were implemented at Epe Grammar School and Lagos State Girls’ Model College, Agunfoye.
• In a bid to encourage digital learning, 36,000 mobile devices were procured for students and teachers by the State Government.
• Lagos State Universal Basic Education (LASUBEB) launched Project Zero (Zero Tolerance for Out of School Children) which had the Lagos State Deputy Governor, Captains of industries and other Education Stakeholders in attendance. The project is designed to track and bring back out of school children and pupils who are on the verge of discontinuing their education due to the Socio-economic impacts of COVID –19 pandemic. So far, 2,844 pupils have benefited from the project and more are still being tracked to come back to school.
• Inaugurated the Year 2021 Lagos State Teachers’ Merit Award Committee. The award is aimed at rewarding excellent performance and dedication in the discharge of duties by teachers in the state.
• Oriwu Senior Model College, Ikorodu won the Best School in the Public Senior Secondary School Category in Nigeria during the annual President’s Teachers and Schools Excellence Award ceremony in commemoration of the World Teachers’ Day, on the 5th of October, 2020 in Abuja.
• Pupils from Lagos State Public Primary Schools won the Year 2020 Presidential Inter-SUBEB School Debate, Nigeria, held in Abuja in commemoration of Nigeria’s 60th Independence Day Anniversary.
• LASUBEB concluded the Second Phase of EKO EXCEL Teacher’s Training at the two designated centres namely, Vetland Primary School, Ifako Ijaiye, Local Government Area and CMS Primary School, Shomolu Local Government Area. Bringing the total number of teachers trained under the EKO EXCEL initiative to 8,986 across 75% of Public Primary Schools in the State.
• The Lagos Government paid N215 million death benefits to beneficiaries of the deceased staff of LASUBEB.
• Data Capturing, Monitoring and E-Registration Exercises of Forty Five Thousand, Four Hundred and Forty Seven (45,447) students in all Public Senior Secondary Schools were carried out. Mr. Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu paid the sum of N679,903 (Six Hundred and Seventy Nine Million, Nine Hundred and Three Thousand Naira only) to WAEC for the registration of the captured students.
• Lagos State took 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions in a Competition organized online by the Association of Professional Women in Engineering (APWEN) for selected teachers across the 36 States in Nigeria on 28th November, 2020.
• Lagos State took the 3rd position at the National Finals of Year 2020 edition of Oluwole Awokoya Chemistry Competition that took place during the 43rd Annual International Conference of Chemical Society of Nigeria (CSN) from the 22nd to 25th November, 2020 at Raw Materials Research and Development Council (RMRDC), Abuja. The name of the student is Okonkwo Chibudom K – Penny International, College, Orile.
• Office of Education Quality Assurance (OEQA) launched Lagos Learns Together. It is an initiative aimed at promoting learning by leveraging on technology to provide remote learning platforms for learners irrespective of their background. Soft copies of Learning Packs were provided on OEQA website, telegram, WhatsApp while eight thousand (8,000) physical learning packs were distributed to students in public and private primary and secondary schools across the state.
• OEQA successfully organized the Year 2020 Lagos State Annual Spelling Bee Competition which was aimed at fostering healthy academic rivalry, enhance pupils and students spelling and public presentation skills as well as showcasing intellectual prowess of public school students irrespective of their socio-economic background.
• School Based Management Committee (SBMC) was re-introduced to actualize the Policies of this Administration. It is aimed at promoting Communal Participation in overall management of schools.
• Constitution and Re-inauguration of Lagos State Orphans And Vulnerable Children (OVC) Technical Steering Committee (TSC), held at Dover Hotel, Aromire Street, Ikeja, Lagos On Thursday, 3rd September, 2020.
• Year 2020 Lagos State Governor’s Quiz and Essay Writing Competitions (Virtual Edition) were held in October and December, 2020 respectively.
• SKLD Integrated Services Limited in collaboration with Casio Middle East wrote a proposal to the Ministry of Education to set up and install a Casio Laboratory/Studio for the Ministry of Education at the Lagos State Education Resource Centre, the objective is to provide continuous support and resources to meet the strategic objectives and need in enhancing the delivery of global standard education in Lagos State. SKLD Integrated Services Limited has started the installation of the Mathematics Laboratory in the Centre and the project will be completed soon.
• Eko Excel Brand Re-launch and Awareness programme to be implemented in the first quarter of 2021
• 6 Mathematics Laboratories are to be launched in the first quarter of the 2021 across the state.
• Lagos State Government to roll-out 150 units of computer systems across the State’s Vocational Colleges
• A technology that is capable of monitoring carbon monoxide emission level in vehicles in the State was invented at LASU
• Organised the Ready-Set-Work training programme for prospective graduates.
• Established additional 21 Adult Literacy centres thus bringing the total of such centres to 1,284 in the State.
• Established additional two Vocational Centres – Odoragunshi Vocational and Training Centre and Ado-Ikosi Vocational Training Centre.
• Distributed equipment and consumable materials to public primary school vocational centres in the 20 Local Government Education Areas of the State.
• Organized the 2020 Public-Private Partnership [PPP] Dialogue – a strategic initiative aimed at bringing together all key stakeholders, public, private and Non-Governmental Organizations [NGOs] to improve education in the State.
• Implemented the Home Grown School Feeding Programme through which a total of 135,445 pupils are fed daily in 976 primary schools across the State.
• Distributed free water bottles to State Public Primary Schools for the Home Grown School Feeding programme.
• Set to provide well-equipped standard science laboratories [Physics, Chemistry And Biology] in eleven State Senior Secondary Schools and five Government Technical Colleges to enhance practical teaching of the sciences in these schools.
• Commissioned a 20 + 1 classroom prototype building at Ayanleye primary school, Ifako-Ijaiye.
• Commissioned a block of 14 classrooms donated to the State government by RCCG Tabernacle of David Parish, Alaguntan Village, Ajah. This is a reflection of the administration’s commitment to partnering with all segments of the society for the progress of the State.

Technology

• Implemented fibre metro network – 3,000 km of fibre connection across the State to promote security.

• Earmarked N250 million seed-capital for technology and innovation tech start-ups and to give young innovators in the state the opportunity to push their entrepreneurial skills to the next level.
• Launched the State’s Innovation Master Plan.
• Established the Lagos State Science Research & Innovation Council [LASRIC] to drive investment in research and development of tech-focused solutions across the THEMES agenda.
• Organized the Art of Technology (AOT) Lagos 1.0 and 2.0 Conference that had in attendance 1,500 young innovators and tech solutions developers.
• Designed and implemented on-line recruitment portal with computer based testing capability for TESCOM, SUBEB, and College of Nursing.
• Participated in the Africa Smart Towns Network [ASTON] project which seeks to harness 12 – African Cities capacities to improve technologically by sharing ideas and using tested methodologies for Smart Cities as practiced in Europe.
• 2500 Secondary School teachers trained in scenario planning based on remote learning and teaching classroom post covid-19 measures.
• 20 libraries and ICT centers were renovated across secondary schools in the six Education Districts of the State.
• Approved E-learning infrastructure for state-owned tertiary institutions as a mitigation strategy against Covid-19 pandemic.
• Constructed a 500-seater CBT center at LASU in partnership with private organizations.
• Upgraded the GIS which provides a fully mapping platform and an integrated end-to-end land automation system, mobile agricultural application; unmanned Aerial Vehicles-Drones and Spatia Data infrastructure.
• Ensured facilitation and proper reconciliation of all payments and collections across all revenue generating MDAs in the state.
• Launched the Campus Network Upgrade Overview which connects thousands of computers from all MDAs within and around the Secretariat for e-government operations.
• Improved Online Collaborative Solutions-Office 360 and held a Virtual State Executive Council meeting, the first in the history of governance in the State and in Nigeria.

MAKING LAGOS 21ST CENTURY ECONOMY

• Held the 8th Lagos State Economic Summit through which 11 resolutions aimed at further enriching the state’s economy were developed.
• Trained 1000 accountants on Y2020 Financial Act
• Graduated over 15, 780 Tradesmen and Artisans in order to upgrade their skills.
• In demonstration of the commitment to the people of Lagos State and in response to the agitations for a reduced Land Use Charge rates, the Lagos State Government repealed the 2018 Property Land Use Charge Law and enacted the Year 2020 Property Land Use Charge Law and Regulations.
• Most complaints were on the increase in property valuations due to the market value formula adopted in the 2018 law. The discounts given by the executive arm of the government was instrumental to the resolution of some of the complaints while some properties were re-valued and others given specific reliefs as stated in the amended law. These adjustments brought down the charges payable and encouraged compliance. There were also complaints on reconciliation of accounts, errors on the face of the bills and applications for exemption.
• The total number of 1,418 complaints were received for the period specified above, out of which 680 were resolved through Mediation, 570 resolved administratively and 168 are pending. These include matters for verification of usage, valuations and applications for exemption.
• Suspension of Principals and interest payments due to Covid 19 pandemic and saving of about N8Billion
• Ability to negotiate with Banks to negotiate interest payments down from 14% to between 10% and 12%_
• Cheque presentation to 34 beneficiaries of 27 Deceased Staff across various MDAs on the 14th of August, 2020.
• Debt Sustainability ratio has dropped due to reduction in debt service and increase in revenue
• Contraction of intervention fund from Central Bank of Nigeria (N93Bn differentiated cash reserve requirement (DCRR) which is currently ongoing.
• The state embarked on a study on ‘the effects of Corona virus’ on the world’s economy, with specific emphasis on the Lagos economy.
• Introduced the weekly monitoring tool for revenue generating agencies known as “F.O.R.C.E” an acronym for, “Focus On Revenue Creation Everyday & Everywhere”. It was designed to break down into 12-months and further into 52-weeks the estimated revenue in the Y2020 budget. It is to keep all revenue generating MDAs on their toes to enhance their performance.
• Signed the $629 million financing facility with the China Harbour Engineering Company [CHEC] for the completion of the Lekki Deep Seaport project

Housing
• Inaugurated the 100 unit Bayview Estate in Ikate-Elegushi, Lekki
• Completed and commissioned the 360 home units, comprising 120 units (one bedroom), 120 units (two bedroom) and 120 units (three bedroom) in Igbogbo in the Ikorodu.
• Completed and inaugurated 252 home units (2-bedroom bungalow apartments) at the Lagos State Public Affordable Housing Scheme, Idale in Badagry
• Completed and commissioned 84 home units (1-, 2- and 3-bedroom apartments) in LagosHoms Lekki, Phase 2
• Completed and commissioned the 132 home units (88 home units and 44 home units of 3-bedroom apartments respectively) at the BRF Housing Estate, Iponri, Surulere.
• Completed and commissioned Courtland Villas, behind Alhaji Femi Okunnu Estate, Igbokushu, Lekki with 120 units of 4-bedroom, maisonettes and BQs was completed and handed over. It has additional amenities such as swimming pool, car parks, community hall, 5-aside football pitch as well as water and sewage treatment plant.

• Handed over apartments’ keys to 492 beneficiaries of the Lateef Kayode Jakande Housing Estate, Igando during the administration’s maiden rent-to-own housing initiative.
• Set to deliver 360 housing units at Igbogbo in Ikorodu, Odo-Onosa-Ayandelu Housing Scheme in Agbowa LCDA with a total of 660 homes and the remodeled Lekki Apartments, Ikate are all at various stages of completion.

Food Security

• Unveiled 5-year food security roadmap
• No fewer than 879 farmers and Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) across poultry, aquaculture and rice value chains have benefited from the Lagos Agro-Processing, Productivity Enhancement and Livelihood Improvement Support (APPEALS) Project in the last 600 days.
• Held the maiden edition of the Eko-City Farmers’ Market with a total transaction of N7.9million
• Facilitated direct supply of fresh produce such as tomatoes, pepper, plantain, vegetables and fruits to the 53 collection centers in the State.
• Commissioned the FADAMA Food Market at Agbalata, Badagry to promote the structuring of agricultural produce marketing.
• Trained 575 women and youths, comprising 240 in aquaculture, 300 in poultry, and 35, under the APPEALS project in rice farming.
• Construction works continued at the State’s integrated rice mill at Imota which when it becomes fully operational will cater for 25% of our national rice needs with 250,000 job opportunities in the upstream and downstream sectors of the value chain.
• The State provided needed support the production of about 335,000 loaves of bread under the Eko Coconut Bread initiative.
• Established semi-mechanized abattoir in Oko-Oba in collaboration with private sector.

Empowerment

• Empowered 1,050 vulnerable women and indigent residents in the State with equipment such as sewing machines, hairdryers and clippers, pepper grinding machines, generators and popcorn making machines during the 2019 Mega Empowerment programme.
• The State was declared as the ‘Best State Supporting Artisans’ in the Federation at a programme organized by Global Sight Services Limited in partnership with the Federal Ministry of Industry Trade and Investment and the Small and Medium Scale Enterprises of Nigerian [SMEDAN].
• Organized a Mentorship seminar for over 1,000 Youths in the State on the theme: “AGRICPRENEUR: Strategy for Wealth Creation”.
• Empowered 600 residents with ingenious business idea to the tune of N4billion through the Lagos State Empowerment Fund [LSETF] W-Initiative in collaboration with Access Bank Plc to empower Lagosians.
• Signed a $10 million matching fund aimed at impacting over 15,000 youths with skills and internships in the first phase for USADF youth-led enterprise.
• Completed $40,000 water treatment plant with the capacity of 50,000 cubic liters per day at Ajuwon water works.
• Completed the Lekki Free Trade Zone Jetty and off-loading platform.
• Hosted the maiden International Coconut Summit to explore, exhibit and evolve new ideas for sustainable development of the coconut value chain in the State
• Hosted the Seafood Festival to project the aquaculture and seafood potentials of the State to both local and international markets.
• Completed evaluation of EOIs for the development of power plant for Imota Rice mill.
• Facilitated Lagos State Executive and stakeholders in workshop aimed for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) in cooking across Lagos State
• Launched National Gas Vehicles (NGV) pilot scheme and Assess Impact on Emissions Reduction and Environmental Improvement
• Organized the maiden edition of Badagry Youth Oil and Gas Conference with over 250 youth along with students, NGO and Civil Servants in attendance.
• Set up a committee with NNPC to improve monitoring of oil and gas infrastructure within the State towards minimizing fire disaster and preventing loss of lives and property
• Empowered 200 household heads for orphans and vulnerable children in the State with 76 Grinding machine, 69 Sewing machine, 10 tools, 10 deep freezers , 15 Hair Drying machine, 10 Braving Equipment and 7 Ovens among others
• Provided palliatives for the Persons Living With Disabilities (PLWD). These include 3000 packs of Indomie instant noodles, 1500 large bag of several food items which includes 20 packs of Honeywell Macaroni
• 110kg bag of rice, 15kg bag of garri, 5 sachets of sugar, 1 sachet of salt donated by Dangote group. The items were distributed among the PLWD, Nigeria Association of Persons with Physical Disability, Lagos State Chapter of Nigeria Association of the Blind, Lagos State Chapter of Association of the Deaf, Albino Association, the Dwarf Association and other several institutions.

ENTERTAINMENT AND TOURISM
• Completed and commissioned the new Glover Memorial Hall
• Began the disbursement of N1billion Covid-19 stimulant package for operatives of the tourism sector
• Began community tourism initiative
• Established Free Academy for Youths in the creative industry.
• Completed the four Lagos Theatres
• Held 1st Lagos Virtual Party on Friday July 24th, 2020.
• Held a hybrid version of the annual World Tourism Day Celebration
• Received the Reviewed Version of Lagos Tourism Master Plan 2020-2030
• Developed Eligibility List for practitioners to access the N1billion seed capital for investment in tourism, arts and culture
• Held a virtual entertainment evening on the 31st of September to commemorate Nigeria @ 60.
• Put Nigeria on Guinness book of world record by celebrating the 60th Independence anniversary with 60,000 cupcakes
• Engaged Independent Managers for the Management of the Lagos Theatres.
• Held 2020 edition of the annual creative industry skills acquisition workshop organised by the Lagos State Council for Arts and Culture.
• Participated in the 2020 edition of the National Festival of Arts Culture (NAFEST)
• Partnered two private firms to commence training for 1,480 creative practitioners.
• Over 350,000 Lagosians participated in the 2019 ‘Greater Lagos Extravaganza’ across five locations in the State.
• The reconstruction of the J.K Randle Centre for Yoruba Culture and History in Onikan, is on course

SECURITY AND GOVERNANCE

• Provided 120 Patrol Vehicles and 35 Motorcycles for the use of Security Operatives in Lagos State
• Completed and commissioned Area ‘L’ Police Command, Ilashe, Lagos
• Completed and commissioned Christopher Olatunde Segun High and Magistrate Courthouse, Badore, Ajah
• Completed and commissioned New office of the Citizens’ Mediation Centre (CMC) inaugurated at Ojo LG
• Completed and commissioned New office of the Citizens’ Mediation Centre (CMC) inaugurated at Iba LCDA
• Completed and commissioned New office of the Citizens’ Mediation Centre in Ikorodu
• Completed and commissioned Area ‘J’ Police Command, Elemoro in Ibeju-Lekki LG
• Renovated the library at the State Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Panti, Yaba.
• Established Forensic Toxicology & Chemistry Section and Enhancement of Security and other sections of Lagos State DNA & Forensic Centre: Phase 2 by Turnkey Project
• Deployed District Prosecutors to three Magisterial Districts of Ebute-Metta, Ogba and Ikorodu, as part of a pilot scheme to decongest dockets of Magistrates in the State.
• Embarked on the implementation of gradual phase out of Lay-Police prosecutors at Magistrate Courts in the State.

• Special Taskforce on Land Grabbers received over 200 [two hundred) petitions, resolved 80 [eighty] while 20 matters are in Court, where alleged Land Grabbers are currently being prosecuted.

• Domestic Violence and Sexual Response Team [DSVRT] attended to 319 cases involving adults and 485 cases involving children and organised training for 400 newly recruited teachers on safeguarding and child protection.
• Similarly, the Public Advisory Centre, received monetary claims of N3, 684.666 on behalf of claimants, whilst the Directorate of Citizen’s Rights instituted cases in the National Industrial Court where 7 Claimants were awarded N21, 352,319 as terminal benefits from their various organizations.
• Provided first aid kits to operatives of the Lagos State Neighbourhood Safety Corps (LNSC) to enable the prompt provision of initial first-aid treatment to victims of road and other unforeseen accidents in the State

• Provision of standard Police Interview Room with recording equipment at the Lagos State Police Command, Ikeja.

Ongoing
• Construction of Administrative block, Police Area Command, Elemoro, Ibeju-Lekki (Phase II) (Status:
• Construction of Administrative block, Police Area Command, Idimu (Phase II)
• Construction of Administrative block, Police Area Command, Elemoro, Ibeju-Lekki (Phase III)
• Construction of Combined High/Magistrate Courts, Igando
• Construction of Citizens Mediation Centre Office, Ijede
• Construction of Combined High/Magistrate Courts, Igando
• Construction of Combined High/Magistrate Courts, Igando
• Construction of Citizens’ Mediation Centre (CMC) and Office of the Public Defender (OPD) in Alimosho LG
• Construction of Combined High/Magistrate Courts, Imota

Social-Economic Interventions

• Launched Mother, Infant, and Child (MICH) program
• Empowered 600 women with ingenious business idea to the tune of N4billion through the Lagos State Employment Fund [LSETF] W-Initiative in collaboration with Access Bank Plc to empower Lagosians.
• Supported 3,673 businesses with N1.156 Billion.
• Supported 1, 835 businesses with N939.97million and saved a total of 10,005 direct jobs 40,020 indirect jobs via the MSME Recovery Fund.
• Initiated the N 5billion EduFund in partnership with First Bank and EdFin MFB.
• Set up N1billion Fund targeted at businesses in the tourism, hospitality, entertainment, arts and culture sectors – both loans and grants.
• Introduced N1billion Agric Value Chain Fund targeted at businesses that operate within the Agric value chain.
• Trained 5,908 and placed 706 in jobs in partnership with, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and United States African Development Fund (USADF), Microsoft, Coursera.
• Supported 152 businesses and persons in the tech eco-system under the Lagos Innovate Programme.
• Trained 78 persons and placed 12 under the Talent Development Programme (TDP) -a student loan programme aimed at training young persons in tech skills and placing them in employment.
• Rescued 48,000 households from poverty through various social intervention programmes.
• Trained 1,050 rural women in agricultural related enterprises such as cultivation of vegetables, cassava planting and cultivation and garri processing among others.
• Supported 2,704 Lagos residents whose means of livelihood had been disrupted by COVID-19.
• Assisted 500 women with various cash grants Rural Women Grants from the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs.
• Produced over 6,000 graduates yearly from the State’s 20m Skill Acquisition Centres.
• In 2019, Mr. Governor supported 18 outstanding students from the Skill Acquisition Centres with cash grants
• Produced 500,000 face masks via the Skill Acquisition Centres for public use.
• Empowered over 1000 residents at the third Phase of the Mega Empowerment programme.
• Empowered 1,050 vulnerable women and indigent residents in the State with various working tools.
• Organized a Mentorship seminar for over 1,000 Youths in the State on the theme: “AGRICPRENEUR: Strategy for Wealth Creation”.
• Empowered 200 household heads for orphans and vulnerable children in the State with various skills and tools.
• Empowered 200 household heads from the 55 registered groups of people living with HIV/AIDS.
• Trained 51,514 graduates for the Graduate Internship programme designed to expose Interns to hands-on work experience.
• Distributed 12,000 COVID-19 relief packages to Tradesmen and Artisans in the State to cushion the impact of COVID-19.
• Trained 2,000 Tradesmen and Artisans (1,500 Artisans and 500 Tradesmen).
• 21, 262 residents benefitted from the 1st, 2nd and 3rd tranches of the conditional Cash Transfer Payment Exercise.
• Rescued 3041 Beggars/Destitute/Mentally Challenged people and Street Children off the Streets of Lagos
• 178 street children re-integrated back to the society after undergoing various interventions.BOS ADMINISTRATION
ACHIEVEMENTS (2019-DATE)

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT & TRANSPORTATION
• Completed and commissioned Ikoyi network of roads
• Completed and commissioned Oniru network of roads, Victoria Island.
• Completed and commissioned Ijede Road Phase 1 in Ikorodu
• Completed and commissioned 1.4 km dual carriage Pen- Cinema Bridge, Agege.
• Completed and commissioned Tedi-Muwo and Link Bridge, Lagos-Ogun boundary roads in Alimosho and Agbado-Oke–Odo and access roads.
• Completed and commissioned 31 network of roads in Ojokoro Local Council Development Area (LCDA).
• Completed and commissioned the 13.68 kilometers Oshodi-Abule-Egba BRT corridor.
• Completed and commissioned Mafoluku Bus Terminal.
• Completed and commissioned Yaba Bus Terminal.
• Reconfigured 6 Junction/Roundabouts at Allen, Ikotun, Maryland, Lekki and Ajah (under Traffic Management Intervention Plan (TMIP).
• Launched 500 units of First and Last Mile (FLM) buses.
• Injected 100 high-medium capacity busses for standard routes
• Lagos Bus Service Limited (LBSL) celebrated the 10 million passenger ridership as an unprecedented landmark achievement. By March 2021, the total number of passengers transported was 20,024,985.
• Created 700 jobs for Lagosians via LBSL operations.
• Did 110 palliatives and 361 sectional rehabilitations on roads across the state.
• Rehabilitated over 632 inner roads via the Lagos State Public Works Corporation (LSPWC).
• Reconfigured 6 Junction/Roundabouts under Traffic Management Intervention Plan (TMIP).
• Painted a total number of 30 roads, approximately, 428.97 Kerbs and Medians.
• Marked 64 roads, approximately 100.66kms through which over 3,000 youths were engaged.
• Inaugurated, kitted and deployed 1,017 new LASTMA officers to various locations as Traffic Managers.
• Commenced Cashless Toll Payment at the Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge in order to reduce traffic gridlock along the axis.
• Launched Articulated and Allied Vehicle Number Plates [AVNP] to further prioritise safe motoring measures for crime detection in the metropolis.
• Added 65 high capacity buses to the existing fleet to ease commuting, especially in view of recent Okada/Keke restriction
• Commissioned eight new ferries which have ferried over 300,000 passengers since the commencement of commercial operation in February, 2020.
• Launched a mobile application designed to facilitate easy access to water transportation services in the State.
• Uber Boat service, a partnership between the global ride-hailing company and Lagos State began operation.
• Inter-modal transport received a major boost with the recommencement of work on the Lagos light rail project.
• Kicked off the Clean-up Campaign on waterways.
• Handed 15 brand new vehicles and 26 motorbikes to the Traffic Enforcement Team.
• Commissioned 31 networks of roads in Ojokoro Local Council Development Area (LCDA).
• Recommenced construction work on the strategic Lagos/Badagry Expressway; and first phase of the road from Agboju to Trade Fair already completed.
• Work nearing completion on the Pen-Cinema Bridge, Agege.
• Commenced reconstruction and upgrading of strategic roads such as the 6.05 kilometer Phase 1 Road from Itamaga to Ewu Elepe town, the 7.8 kilometers Owutu-Agric-Ishawo Road Phase 1 and Bola Tinubu-Igbogbo-Imota Road.
• Short-listed 8 contractors for the construction of the 4th Mainland Bridge.
• Commenced the construction of 19.39-kilometre road network in Ijegun-Ijagemo and Ijedodo in Ojo Local Government.
• Major road repairs done in the night to reduce the strain on commuters.
• Massive repair on the Ojota stretch of Ikorodu Road and Motorways – Kudirat Abiola Way, Apongbon Highway and Lekki-Epe Expressway from Abraham Adesanya to Eleko Junction among others.
• Rehabilitated 216 inner roads across the State.
• Reconstruction and upgrading of Igbogbo-Bola Ahmed Tinubu-Igbe Road, Ikorodu – ongoing
• Commenced the rehabilitation of the 660m length loop Road Oregun and construction of two 30m long Bridges across the Odo-Alaro canal.
• Embarked on the construction of the Agric-Access Road, Phase II, Igando, and the Deep Sea Port road and the Lekki-Ijebu-Ode-Ore Expressway.
• The rehabilitation of Oba Sekumade Road is on-going while Ipakodo, Ikorodu; Ijegun-Egbe Road and Ishuti Road, Igando is completed.
• Completed the Samuel Ekundayo/Toga road in Badagry LGA, Ishefun-Camp Davies-Ijon road network in Alimosho LGA, boundary roads with bridge (Phase II) to complement the network of twenty-one roads and two bridges in the axis.
• Completed the Aradagun-Imeke-Iworo-Ajido-Epeme road(phase II) to complement the earlier concluded phase 1
• Commenced the Multi-level facility (car park) Onikan designed to accommodate 384 cars is at 83% completion, and another multi-Agency office complex with a capacity for over 700 vehicles is at 78% completion.
• Embarked on the rehabilitation and upgrading of the 6km phase I of 11 km long Ijede road.
• Embarked on the construction of Lekki Regional Road which include the Lekki free trade zone, Lekki Ports, Dangote Petrochemical plant, Lekki airports etc
• Completed the infrastructure upgrading of Oniru Network of roads under a Public Infrastructure Improvement Partnership (PIIP).
• Embarked on 90 palliatives and 261 sectional rehabilitations in Agege; Ajeromi Ifelodun; Alimosho; Amuwo-Odofin; Apapa; Badagry; Epe; Eti-Osa; Ifako-Ijaiye; Ikeja; Ikorodu; Kosofe; Lagos Island; Lagos Mainland; Mushin; Oshodi-Isolo; Shomolu and Surulere.
• Restricted activities of motorcycles & tricycles in six LGAs & nine LCDAs to ensure safety of lives.
• Completed and commissioned the new Vehicle Inspection Services headquarters; and deployed USSD Service (*554*381#) for verification of road worthiness certificate.
• Launched new articulated vehicles number plates comprising three number plates per set as part of measures towards ensuring safety, prevention of related crimes and efficient transportation in the state.

HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT

• Completed and commissioned Epe Mother and Child Center (MCC)
• Completed and commissioned Eti-Osa Mother and Child Center (MCC), Ajah.
• Completed and commissioned Badagry Mother and Child Center (MCC).
• Inaugurated Igando Mother and Child Centers (MCCs).
• Reconstruction of the New Massey’s Street Children Hospital on course. When completed, it will be the biggest Children Hospital in Africa.
• Comprehensive renovation of public health facilities ongoing at the Ebute-Meta Health Centre, Harvey Road Health Centre, General Hospital, Odan, Lagos, General Hospital, Isolo and Ketu-Ejirin Health Centre.
• The Lagos State Health Management Agency (LASHMA) inaugurated new centres at Ikorodu, Ikotun and Epe
• Revamped the Jigi Bola initiative across all LGs and LCDAs in the state
• Also, new health facilities such as the Permanent 300 Bed Isolation Centre, Yaba, Infectious Disease Centre, Yaba, Infectious Diseases Research Institute, Yaba Doctors’ Quarters, and Gbagada among others are to be constructed.
• Supported 15 families of persons living with cerebral palsy and Down syndrome with financial assistance of N1million to N2.5million each
• Activated one Oxygen Plant at Yaba for COVID-19
• Established 10 Tri and Oxygen Centres
• Over 250, 000 Lagosians enjoyed diverse free medical intervention, in partnership with BOSKOH Health Mission International and the Benjamin Olowojebutu Foundation.
• 802 residents successfully had pediatric eye surgery, adult eye surgery, pediatric surgery, dental surgery, orthopedic surgery and Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgery through the initiative.
• Another 615 persons booked for various surgeries, making it a total of 1417 free surgeries carried out through the health mission.
• Comprehensive renovation of public health facilities ongoing at the Ebute-Meta Health Centre, Harvey Road Health Centre, General Hospital, Odan, Lagos, General Hospital, Isolo and Ketu-Ejirin Health Centre.
• Also, new health facilities such as the Permanent 300 Bed Isolation Centre, Yaba, Infectious Disease Centre, Yaba, Infectious Diseases Research Institute, Yaba, new Massey Children’s Hospital, Lagos, Doctors’ Quarters, Gbagada among others are to be constructed.
• Provided free medical treatments to victims of Ijegun axis pipeline explosion as well as victims of building collapse at Lagos Island
• Under the Limb Deformity and Correctional Surgery Program, a total number of 35 beneficiaries were seen with 17 total surgical beneficiaries; and 18 were given total mobility assistive devices.

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