Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode has said he feels fulfilled that his administration delivered on its vow to ensure that he ran a government of inclusion that will ensure all residents of the state are carried along.
He said his government has transformed the infrastructural landscape of Lagos State with the construction of roads and bridges.
He revealed this during the inauguration of the Agric Access Road, Egan, in the Igando-Ikotun Local Council Development Area, and the Lagos Theatre in Igando.
His words, “When our administration came into office, one of our cardinal promises was a government of inclusion. We are committed to a government where nobody, community or people will be left behind. As a result, we were determined to address the challenges of gross infrastructural deficit, flooding and erosion, which the people around this senatorial district have lived with for some time now.
“I am very pleased and fulfilled to see that our commitment to make our state globally competitive and radically change our infrastructural profile to one that befits a contemporary smart city has been successful with the massive construction of roads and bridges we have undertaken in the last four years. We not only prioritised renewal and development of road infrastructure but we have done so using an all-inclusive approach that has touched rural and urban areas in the state.”
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