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Tinubu denies ownership of Visionscape, tells Ambode to reverse self

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Former governor of Lagos sate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu has denied ownership of Visionscape, the foreign company presently managing refuse in the state and also urged Governor Ambode not to be ashamed to reverse himself if the experimentation has failed.  
 
Addressing over 350 members of the Association of Waste Managers of Nigeria who embarked on a peaceful protest on the embarrassing state of refuse in the state and the threat to their business at his Ikoyi residence in Lagos yesterday, Tinubu said he has no interests in the investment.

He said there have been unfounded allegations that he owns the business, which is false.

 
Tinubu however promised to discus the predicament of the waste managers with the governor immediately he returns from his trip next week.

He also said the State House of Assembly would work with the government and the leadership of the party to restore the threatened business of the waste managers to deliver Lagos from the grip of refuse, adding that the present state of refuse in Lagos is embarrassing, particularly the Olusosun dump.
 
Commending Ambode for trying to improve on the achievements of his predecessors, Tinubu however added, “If it is not broken, don’t fix it.” 


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