Lekki residents to tackle traffic gridlock (Nation)

Lekki residents to tackle traffic gridlock (Nation)

Stakeholders of the Lekki Peninsula Phase I Residents Association have concluded plans to tackle increasing traffic challenges. The group aims to, among other plans, liaise with the Lagos State Government to remove the Admiralty Way Roundabout and replace it with a traffic light system. They also highlighted transportation and environment as key areas in need of attention. The group spoke at the inauguration of new executive that will pilot the affairs of the community in the next two years. Chief Anthony Idigbe (SAN) administered the oath of office on Sir Kayode Otitoju, who was elected as Chairman, Chika Allison – Vice Chairman, Funmi Adeogun – Secretary and Oliver Obi – Treasurer. Read more

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