LAGOS, OGUN SIGN MOU ON DEVELOPMENT OF BORDER TOWNS
As of this morning, 24th may,2021, the governor of Lagos state, Mr. Babajide Sanwoolu and the governor of Ogun state, Mr Dapo Abiodun have signed a memorandum of understanding on the Lagos-Ogun Joint Development Commission which took place at the presidential lodge, Ogun state.
The commission after been ratified by both state’s house assemblies will see to the development of infrastructure like boundary town roads, water works, mass transportation as well as revenue and taxation (including PAYE remittances, and boundary town revenue management and collection).”
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Also, other areas the MoU will address include trade and investment, resolution of boundary disputes, security (including
intelligence sharing and gathering), environmental and physical planning activities (including urban renewal,
emergency and disaster management, inland waterways management and traffic management), and agriculture, food security
The development will come to border communities in Ota; Akute Alagboole; Lambe; Ojodu; Agbado; Mowe; Warewa; Isheri and all the eight local government areas in Ogun state that share boundaries with Lagos State.
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