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Monday, October 22, 2018

Lagos Assembly Scraps Ambode’s Visionscape, Orders PSP To Resume Work

THE Lagos State House of Assembly, yesterday, ordered the Private Sector Partnership, PSP, operators to resume refuse collection and disposal with immediate effect Speaker of the House, Mr. Mudashiru Obasa, who gave this directive, on behalf of the 39 lawmakers during plenary, also said that Visionscape can no longer meet the yearnings of the state in the area of refuse collection. He ordered the Clerk of the House, Mr. Azeez Sanni, to summon the Commissioner for Environment, Mr. Babatunde Durosinmi-Etti, to appear before the House on the matter, next week.
The move was sequel to a matter of urgent public importance raised by Mr. Gbolahan Yishawu, Eti-Osa Constitueny 11, on heaps of refuse scattered all over the state.

Speaker Mudahsiru Obasa emphasised that the Lagos State Government does not know about Visionscape, reiterating that the House has since distanced itself from its existence.
He stated that the executive arm of government did not consult the House on Visionscape before it started operation.
We don’t know about Visionscape — Speaker
Obasa said: “We insist that we don’t know anything about Visionscape because we were not consulted before they started work. We once wrote the Commissioner for Finance, Mr. Akinyemi Ashade, not to pay Visionscape again and he would return any money he paid to them after our instruction, to the coffers of the state government. We will go to that, when the time comes, but we have to do the needful now.
“We are calling on the 20 local governments and 37 LCDAs in the state to have meetings with the PSP operators to go back to work and they should start paying them and make the residents to start paying the operators. We have to avoid epidemics and be proactive.”
Obasa then warned those stopping people from dumping refuse at the dumpsites to desist from doing so, adding that he saw a lot of refuse trucks in bad states and that some of them have been abandoned.
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FACEBOOK COMMENTS

Tunde Rasaq

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode is falling my  hand who are is adviser's he his not smart at all
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Mac David Akwuking

Chai Ambode sorry ooo
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Jeremiah Ademolu

Good! Vissionscape is not working and that's reason every where is dirty, PSP started working just last week, you can visit ikorodu road today and see how far they've gone PSP is working
4

Akintoye Adebareh Abdul Akeem

Jeremiah Ademolu they won't say the truth they just want to destroy the empire. Bcs thy have another state to call theirs.
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Vivian Otono

I love this act. Lagos seems to b very very dirty. Dirt every sides and corners of the road even on major roads. This will reduce such.
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Azeez Mayowa Saheed

Sentiment apart PSP is active than this vision scrape and moreover why we Nigerian always put everything on politics they do this we say politics they did not we say politics what actually did we want because I don't understand
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Omogbolahan Angelralph Oluwapamilerinayo

Where this government failed woefully
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Rose Uranta Ann

He lost it all
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Ajayi Muyiwa

Endy, I am suspecting something else in these imbroglios than what u are seeing. How could all lagosian be against him? I think it's simply because He is not a full Lagosian...Find out my G and thanks
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Rose Uranta Ann

He has started his count down



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