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Lagos State Governor, Ambode Announces Plans To Recruit 1,000 Teachers




Lagos State Governor, Ambode Announces Plans To Recruit 1,000 Teachers


The Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode has declared the initiation of the enlistment of 1,000 educators in the state.

The senator made this known when he talked at the state's Third Quarter Town Hall Meeting, the twelfth in the arrangement, at the Community Primary School, Iberekodo in the Ibeju Lekki Local Government Area.

Ambode, who likewise coordinated that a physically-tested inhabitant and graduate of Computer Studies, Michael Ogunyemi, be utilized from August 1, 2018, stated, "more instructors will be enrolled as the need emerges."

The senator, while approaching the Federal Government to restore the ports in different conditions of the organization with a specific end goal to unravel the perpetual movement clog in the Apapa zone of Lagos, additionally said past getting different ports up and running, the issue of tankers lining up to lift oil based commodities from tank cultivates in Apapa was likewise a noteworthy issue causing gridlock and harming street foundation.

He said:-

"This issue has turned out to be perpetual and over the most recent six years, it has dependably been there. It goes back and forth, yet the test is to have the capacity to locate a perpetual arrangement. We accept emphatically that each layer of government should work together to determine this Apapa emergency."

The representative likewise noticed that oil pipelines ought to be resuscitated to demoralize the pattern of thousands of trucks originating from different parts of the nation to lift oil based goods from Apapa.

He said:-

"Unfortunately that regardless we utilize truck to lift oil based goods from Apapa to different parts of the nation. As it is currently, different ports in Nigeria must start to work instantly to decongest gridlock in Lagos; what has prompted the utilization of trucks to lift fuel, which is vandalism of pipelines, ought to be tended to quickly.

"We trust that this will enable the streets to end up free. We don't have to persistently utilize citizens' cash to manufacture streets that will be demolished by tankers," he said.

The Governor likewise communicated worry about the endorsement for the improvement of tank cultivates in the Ijegun territory of Lagos, saying tank ranches ought to be situated in zones that were not populated.

"We needn't bother with tank cultivates inside Lagos city any longer. There are 68 tank cultivates in Apapa alone. Past Apapa, they have affirmed tank cultivates in Ijegun and that is the place we have an immense populace".



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