Lagos state governor, Akinwunmi Ambode has described his predecessor and Minister of Works, Power and Housing, Babatunde Fashola as a synergy between Lagos and the Federal Government that will accelerate and actualize his administration’s plans for infrastructural development in the state.
Governor Ambode said this while delivering a keynote address at the Lagos Business School Alumni Conference yesterday November 19th.
He noted that the State is privileged to have Fashola in charge of key federal ministries at this critical moment in the history of the State.
“We are privileged to have my predecessor in office at the center in charge of Works, Power and Housing.
This effectively means we have a synergy between Lagos and the Federal Government to accelerate and actualize our current plans for infrastructural development,” he said.
Ambode in his speech said that the two key pressing areas for his government is security and traffic.
He revealed that the state government will be hosting a traffic summit in Lagos next week.