AMBODE GIVES 72 HOURS QUIT NOTICE TO STREET TRADERS, MECHANICS IN MARINA TO QUIT OR RISK ARREST AND PROSECUTION

Lagos State Government has given street traders and roadside mechanics in the Marina axis of Lagos Island 72 hours to vacate or risk arrest and prosecution.

 

In a statement by the Special Adviser to the Governor on the Central Business District Agboola Dabiri, he said the directive came from Governor Akinwunmi Ambode saying that the masterplan for the state has no place for roadside mechanics, and that the government has vowed to bring environmental sanity to every nook and cranny of the state.

According to him, ‘we seek total compliance with this directive given to mechanics to vacate within 72 hours. There is no place for roadside mechanics, street trading and illegal shanties on Marina. The Lagos State Government has observed with dismay the gross abuse of environmental laws and urban planning by the roadside automobile engineers, mechanics and street traders on the Island. The environmental abuse can no longer be tolerated which necessitated the decision to check the illegalities’.

Lindaikeji

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