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The Lagos State Commissioner for Environment and Water Resources, Tokunbo Wahab, on Monday said the clean-up of the entire Blue Line/BRT Corridor on the Lagos-Badagry Expressway is still on. Wahab confirmed this in a post on X where the Commissioner also said that the work has reached Okokomaiko inward Badagry and is now back to…
The Lagos government has sealed five building sites in different areas of the state for their failure to comply with environmental laws.
Lagos State government has pledged to continue enforcement operations across the state to restore setbacks and drainage alignments towards preventing flooding.
Lagos State Commissioner for the Environment and Water Resources, Tokunbo Wahab, had stated that the ministry is diligently organising and implementing a comprehensive action plan to tackle all the issues of the environment head on. According to the Commissioner, who spoke through a statement he signed, flooding, noise pollution, and the unlawful blockage of walkways…
The Lagos State Ministry of Environment and Water Resources on Friday expressed its readiness to partner with relevant authorities for the effective resolution of environmental challenges. The Lagos Commissioner, Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources, Tokunbo Wahab, expressed willingness for such partnership despite his office being inundated with numerous environmental complaints from concerned residents…
Lagos State government has tasked Private Sector Partnership (PSP) operators in waste management on improving their service delivery and transparency.
Lagos State government, yesterday, shut Ogba City Mall, Ikeja, and Ajah Market, Etti-Osa, for sundry waste disposal offences. The action was carried out by the combined enforcement teams of the Lagos Waste Management Authority ...
The Lagos State Government has reopened the Alaba International Market and some markets in the Trade Fair Complex, which are all located in the Ojo Local Government Area.
Lagos State commissioner for Environment and Water Resources, Tokunbo Wahab, has explained reasons that banning street trading and closure of markets with unhygienic conditions, were in the interest of the public.
Two managers of a restaurant, Kingfisher, located in Lekki, will be charged in court for breaking the seal that the Lagos State government used to shut the facility.
The Lagos State Government has advised residents on the need to reduce single-use plastics and encourage reusable ones which are eco-friendly and devoid of environmental nuisance.
Following the incidence of flooding already being experienced in the neighbourhood of Ajegunle and Kara, Lagos State government, yesterday, asked all residents within Ogun River banks to relocate immediately.