Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode yesterday while addressing guest at the fourth quarter 2017 town hall meeting, promised that no fewer than 224 roads would be comprehensively reconstructed in the next six months.
The governor said 181 of the roads would be local council roads while the remaining 43 would be major link roads. He however used the occasion to call on Traditional rulers to support the Neighbourhood Safety Corps and cooperate with security agencies, to curb crimes across the state.
Ambode, who said a database of all artisans in the state was being compiled to enable them improve their business through financial support from the Employment Trust Fund (ETF), warned against discrimination on the basis of ethnicity, age or religion, especially old people, in the disbursement of the fund.
Olowo disclosed that the January-June budget performance report from the Executive and interaction with MDAs proves that funds meant for projects were not released even as the Executive is seeking to re-order the same budget.
All the lawmakers, who contributed to the debate, including Speaker of the House, Mudashiru Obasa, agreed that the Executive should give more clarification and information on the re-ordering bill before the House could consider its request.