Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State has directed the Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), to stop the collection of waste bills from residents in the state.
This is just as he ordered LAWMA to ensure that full payment of waste bills by residents are henceforth remitted to the coffers of Private Sector Participation (PSP) operators in the state – a resolution that was part of the waste management reform promised by his administration.
This was also confirmed by the LAWMA Chairman, Olumuyiwa Adejokun, and the agency’s General Manager, Mr. Segun Adeniji, on Thursday at the opening session of a three-day training workshop for officials of the agency held at Lekki.
Speaking at the event tagged, ‘Reformed Waste Management in Lagos State: The Role of LAWMA,’ Adejokun noted that the governor’s directive was part of the planned reform to make the agency more efficient and effective as the government lacked huge fund to manage waste in the state.
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