- Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos state has reiterated his will to ensure LASTMA gives Lagosians their all in terms of reducing the heavy traffic in many parts of the Centre of Excellence
- The Lagos state government a few days ago enforced the ban on keke and okada in some parts of the Southwestern state to checkmate high road accidents and related issues
Sanwo-Olu on Wednesday, February 5 was at the LASTMA Parade Ground at Oshodi to emphasise what his government intends to reduce Traffic issues in the state.
“In a bid to boost the efficiency of LASTMA, we increased the personnel count of the officials with an additional 1,017 officers who graduated from their induction course today at the LASTMA Parade Ground in Oshodi.
“I hereby congratulate the new recruits and urge them to take on their responsibilities with passion, whilst shunning all corrupt practices as well as detaching themselves from activities that may undermine their commitment to excellence.”
LASTMA stands for Lagos State Traffic Management Authority.