Monday November 23, 2020 8:00 PM

Activist complains to Sanwo-Olu over high rate of bad roads, crime

Chief Adesunbo Onitiri, has advised the Lagos State governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, to work on the present challenges facing the state.

He expressed worry over the high rate of crime and bad roads.

He commended the governor for his efforts in waging war against Covid-19, but observed that pandemic has so much pre-occupied the governance in the state at the expense of things that need attention in the state.

”Now that the rains are here, we want to call the attention of our dynamic governor to bad roads in Lagos State. Most of the roads are full of potholes and crater holes, making them impassable.

“We call the attention of our governor to fix the Lagos-Badagry Expressway, Lagos-Apapa road, the Lekki-Epe road and many internal routes in Lagos,”Onitiri.

Onitiri urged the governor to work on the increasing unemployment due to job losses as a result of Covid- 19 .

“Our teeming youths need employment. Provision of soft loans for our young entrepreneurs will not be out of place. This exercise will absorb many of our unemployed youths,”he said.

Onitiri condemned unpatriotic police officers who have taken the advantage of the Covid-19 curfew to arbitrarily arrest our youths in order to make money.

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