The Lagos State Government has listed its achievements in 100 days of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s administration.
Sanwo-Olu was sworn-in on May 29, 2019 as Governor of the state and, according to tweets by the state government on Friday, it has recorded a number of achievements.
It listed the commissioning of 120 vehicles and 35 motorcycles to ensure maximum security for Lagosians, a four-floor 110 bed maternal and child centre complex in the Eti-Osa Local Government Area of the state and the Lateef Jakande Gardens in Igando.
It also listed the Parks and Gardens at Oregun, named after Dr Oluyomi Abayomi Finnih as one of its achievements, the Health Bee Project, which is a collaborative effort with the state government offering free medical treatments to over 25,000 residents was listed.
A block of 14 classrooms donated by RCCG Tabernacle of David Parish, Alaguntan Village in Ajah, was also mentioned.
The Administration of Sanwo-Olu also made new traffic laws to curtail the spate of traffic congestion occasioned by the wanton flouting of traffic laws.