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Sanwo Eko: Sanwoolu Highlights Lagos Next Level Agenda

1. I will clear Apapa Expressway gridlock in 60 days

2. I will employ graduate Lagbus drivers on N100,000 monthly salary

3. I will start & complete Fourth Mainland bridge in 24 months

4. I will pay Lagos State workers above national minimum minimum wage

5. I will complete Lagos Badagry Expressway reconstruction with light rail corridor in 12 months

6. I will open Lagos State financials, contract award processes and cost of projects for public perusal

7. I will accede to FOI requests on the activities of Lagos State Government

8. I will deploy brand new Lagbuses as Lagos State workers shuttle fleet

9. I will not collect Salaries or utilise Security Votes

10. I will in a gradualist manner empower all identified party members who laboured for my victory

11. I will complete all ongoing projects in Lagos State earlier than scheduled

12. I will provide free pan Lagos State internet availability

13. I will transit Lagos economy to the biggest in Africa

15. I will pay due attention to party and intra party politics.

16. I will enforce the ban on Okada riders

17. I will reinstated Lagos State Government sponsorship of pilgrims to Israel and Saudi Arabia

18. I will not increase Land Use Charge

19. I will grant full autonomy to local councils in Lagos State

20. I will revive the abandoned Oko Baba slump upgrade

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