Sanwo-Olu launches 13 projects across Lagos

Sanwo-Olu launches 13 projects across Lagos

Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State has, on Wednesday, unveiled 13 new projects across eight LGAs of the state, seeking to improve infrastructural development in the region.

The projects were launched as part of a program celebrating the achievements of Governor Sanwo-Olu and his deputy, Dr. Obafemi Hamzat, during their first term in office.

The inauguration of these projects is aimed at achieving the vision of “A Greater Lagos Rising” and promises improved performance in the second term.

The projects encompass various sectors and locations, including healthcare, education, transportation, and infrastructure.

Some of the inaugurated projects include the School of Basic Medical Science Block and MCC (SDG Building) at Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), the rehabilitated Mba-Cardoso Street in Ajegunle, the Akesan Obadore Road in Alimosho, and the constructed jetties with waiting shelters and shoreline protection in Marina, Isaju-Ajido, Ilashe, and Ijegun-Egba.

Governor Sanwo-Olu emphasized that the provision of these projects is aimed at strengthening the healthcare system, improving transportation, enhancing the well-being of Lagosians, and boosting the state’s socio-economic growth.

The projects also align with the Health and Environment Pillar of the THEMES development agenda, which focuses on improving healthcare services and infrastructure.

The governor expressed gratitude to the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) for the donation of a 124-Bed SDG Multipurpose Medical Building.

He highlighted that the facility, equipped with modern medical care facilities and four medical schools, would elevate LASUTH’s status as a leading medical school and a center of excellence in healthcare service delivery.

The inauguration of the projects signifies the government’s commitment to improving the quality of life for residents, driving socio-economic growth, and enhancing infrastructure and transportation in Lagos State.

The projects aim to provide better services, increase connectivity, and make commuting more convenient for the people of Lagos.

The governor assured residents of ongoing efforts to complete other infrastructure projects and enforce safety regulations to ensure safe travel on the waterways.

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