The Lagos state government has said it is seeking the cooperation of stakeholders in the propose road expansion at kosofe local government of the state.
The Commissioner of Physical Planning and Urban Development in the state, Dr Salako made this disclosure during an interactive session with stakeholders at Adeyemi Bero Auditorium with a location at Alausa.
The statement put further that the stakeholders meeting marked another remarkable strides towards achieving transportation and traffic management as well as the making Lagos a 21st-century economic pillar through massive investment in road infrastructure development across the nooks and crannies of the state.
Dr Salako stated “this is coming immediately after our discussion with the people of Eti-OSA on the regional road project last Thursday and as justification, it has greatly underscores the courage and doggedness of our Administration.
“This is our culture towards the achievement of a greater Lagos through improved road infrastructure for the social and economic transformation of the state”.
Meanwhile Director of Administration and human resources, Mrs Folashade lediju told the audience that the project was conceived as a solution to the perennial traffic gridlock experienced by a motorist along Ketu miles 12 axes along Lagos-ikorodu road.
Calling for inhabitant’s cooperation, Dr Salako said as every development, the project will definitely make a demand on their ability to accommodate growth by making needful adjustments and removing impediments in the right of way of the project in the public interest.
Continuing, Dr Salako said stakeholders meeting was part of the best practice adopted by the state government which had continuously being sought for the common good of the inhabitants.
“Government had kept faith with her promise of inclusive governance where the view and the interest of everyone, regardless of gender, age or creed matter.”
“This is definitely another opportunity for stakeholders in Alapere and the entire kosofe local government to cooperate with the state government for the successful execution of Demurin, Agidi and church streets expansion”.
On the part of state legislator representing kosofe local government Hon. Tunde Briamoh, praised governor Babajide sanwo-Olu and urged for speedy dispensation of compensation while the oba of Ketu, his royal majesty Dr isiaka Balogun oyero appreciate the conceptualization of the project as he urges the government to continue reaching the inhabitants with information on its progress through the palace, the statement read.