Lagos begins distribution of ICT devices to students
The Lagos State government has commenced the distribution of one million Information, Communication Technology (ICT) devices to secondary school students to ease their ability to learn and become solution providers for the country particularly the state.
Lagos flags off 3000kilometres fiber dock infrastructure for high Internet capacity
As part of efforts make Lagos a hub for business in Africa, the state has flagged off a 3,000kilometres fiber dock infrastructure to transport high Internet capacity through underwater cables into homes and industries. Disclosing this during the Equipment Manufacturing West Africa (EMWA) exhibition and conference with the theme: “Industrialisation and Innovation Revitalising the Industrial…
Lagos targets N60b monthly IGR to finance N1.16tr 2021 budget
The Lagos State Government has disclosed that it was targeting an average of N60b monthly Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) to fund the N1.16tr 2021 budget.
Lagos targets N60bn monthly IGR to finance 2021 budget
Lagos State Government has set a target of a N60bn monthly Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) to fund its N1.16trn 2021 budget. The Commissioner for Budget and Economic Planning, Sam Egube, while providing the breakdown of the state 2021 budget, on Thursday, disclosed that the state is targeting N723. 817bn IGR to finance the budget with…
2021 Budget: Lagos to prioritise employment, food security, youth empowerment
As the year 2020 financial year runs to an end, Lagos State Government has disclosed that it would prioritise employment generation, food security and youth empowerment in the N1.15 trillion 2021 budget, noting that the budget is aimed at consolidating on the gains of democracy.
People impact of Lagos State budget review
At the outset of the current fiscal year, the State House of Assembly approved a N1.168-trillion worth budget meant to impact lives and enhance the standard of living of Lagosians.
Lagos allays fear over rising debts, says sustainability on par with global levels
Lagos State Government has reassured that there is no need for worries regarding its volume of debts both local and international, as they are still within the globally acceptable sustainability level of 30 per cent.