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Sanwo Olu A.K.A Sanwo Eko: Is this the CV of one person?

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• Completed and commissioned 34 roads at Kosofe, Somolu, Victoria Island and Ikoyi

• Completed and commissioned a 384-capacity multi-level car park at Onikan, Lagos.

• Flagged off the construction of the 3.89-kilometer-long Ojota-Opebi link Bridge

• Completed and commissioned 3 networks of roads at Oniru, Victoria Island [Adeola Hopewell, Idowu Taylor, and Afribank/Churchgate Streets].

• Completed and commissioned the Ikoyi network of roads – Mac Donald road/Lateef Jakande Roads, Milverton Road, and Thompson Avenue in Ikoyi, Eti Osa Local Government.
• Completed and commissioned Ijede Road Phase 1 in Ikorodu

• Completed and commissioned1.4 km flyover and dual carriageway Pen-Cinema Bridge, Agege

• Completed and commissioned Tedi-Muwo Link Bridge, Lagos-Ogun boundary Roads in Alimosho, and Agbado-Oke–Odo access roads

• Completed and commissioned 31 networks of Roads in the Ojokoro Local Council Development Area [LCDA].

• Completed and commissioned the 13.68 kilometers Oshodi-Abule-Egba BRT corridor.
• Reconfigured 6 Junction/Roundabouts – Allen, Ikotun, Maryland, Lekki, and Ajah [under Traffic Management Intervention Plan (TMIP].

• Did 110 palliatives and 361 sectional rehabilitations on Roads across the State.
• 650 inner roads were rehabilitated by the Lagos State Public Works Corporation [LSPWC]
Ongoing (Major)

• Lekki-Epe Expressway
• Agric-Isawo Road, Ikorodu

• Bola Tinubu-Igbogbo-Imota Road

• Oba Sekumade Road, Ipakodo, Ikorodu
• Itamaga to Ewu Elepe town

• Construction of 22 Bus Shelters

• Regeneration of GRA, Ikeja.


• Acquired 10-Car intra-city Metropolitan speed trains for the 37km Lagos Red Line project

• Compensated 263 residents affected by Red Rail Line project right of way.

• Completed the 380-meter-long sea crossing bridge component of the Lagos Blue Line Rail spanning Mile 2 to Marina.

• Flag off the Lagos Red Line Rail Mass track sharing with the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC). The groundbreaking ceremony was performed by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on April 15, 2021.

• Launched LagRide with 1,000 units of Sport Utility Vehicles [SUVs]

• Commissioned 4 Bus Terminals – Mafoluku, Yaba, Oyingbo, and Ajah
• Completed 78 bus shelters/bus depots while 22 are ongoing.

• Reconfigured 6 Junctions/Roundabouts – Allen, Ikotun, Lekki I & II, and Ajah

• Employed 1,300 LASTMA officers to manage traffic
• Deployed traffic lights and CCTV cameras in strategic places in the State

• Delivered 14 new BRT stations

• Launched 500 units of First and Last Mile (FLM) buses as alternative means of transportation in addressing the security threat constituted by commercial motorcycles, popularly known as ‘okada’.

• Injected 560 high-medium capacity buses for standard routes
• Lagos Bus Service Limited (LBSL) celebrated the 10 million passenger ridership as an unprecedented landmark achievement. By March 2022, the total number of passengers transported was 20,024,985.
• 700 jobs were created for Lagosians via LBSL operations.
• LAGFERRY now operates on 21 boats; 8 new boats were inaugurated by Mr. Governor on 6th February 2020, while 7 new ones were added to the fleet on June 22nd, 2021.
• LAGFERRY now has a total of 12 boats and 1 barge.
• The Agency recorded the milestone of ferrying 60,000th passengers on the 30th June, 2020.
• It ferried 100,000th passenger on the 7th September, 2020.
• It also ferried over 500,000 passengers between February 2020 and March 2022.
• It began operations from 2 new routes of Bayeku–Oke-Ira Nla – Badore and Ilaje Bariga–Victoria Island – Falomo – CMS/Marina – Ebute Ero.
• Successfully moved 41,040 trucks from Mile 2 terminal between January and December 2020.
• 284 jobs created.

• Apa, Badagry​​​​75.4% completed
• V1P Chalet, Badagry​ ​​81.5% completed
• Isalu, Ajido, Badagry​ ​​80% completed
• Ilado Amuwo Odofin​ ​​79.82% completed
• Ilashe, Amuwo-Odofin ​​100% completed
• Ito Omu Epe​​​​100% completed
• Of fin, Ikorodu​ ​​​is 100% completed
• Takwa Bay Eti Osa​ ​​ 80% completed
• Ijede Waterfront, Ikorodu​​35% completed
• Marina Waterfront, Badagry​Brand new SUVs given TO 13 outstanding teachers and school administrators on Wednesday, June 28, 2022,​100% completed
• Oke- Ira Nla, Eti-Osa ​​​60% completed
• Liverpool, Apapa ​​​100% completed
• Ebute-Ero, Lagos Island ​​40% completed
• Mile 2​​​​​52% completed
• Ijegun –Egba, Amuwo-Odofin​​100% completed

• Brand new SUVs gave TO 13 outstanding teachers and school administrators on Wednesday, June 28, 2022
• Commissioned a containerized 12-classroom block with facilities such as an interactive touch screen, mini football pitch, and a multi-sports court at the Vetland Junior Grammar School, Ojokoro on Wednesday, June 28, 2022.
• Built and commissioned an 18-classroom school, and recreational facilities in Elemoro Junior Secondary School, Ibeju-Lekki axis of the State.
• Commissioned 180-bed hostel, block of classrooms, and others at Model College Igbokuta
• Upgraded 2 higher institutions to Universities
• Constructed 4,000 flats for the staff of Lagos State University [LASU].
• 243 public secondary school libraries were renovated and digitized.
• Recruited 1,000 public secondary school teachers.
• Over 1,097 school projects are being undertaken by the Sanwo-Olu administration.
• Comprehensive upgrade of 970 public primary and secondary schools.
• Supplied 86,000 dual furniture sets to 775 public schools
• Constructed 70 new school buildings
• Renovated 197 public schools across the State.
• Built 8 new hostel blocks in the State-owned boarding schools.
• Provided 1,400 hostel beds for Lagos Model Colleges.
• Constructed 8 watch Towers with alarm Bells and perimeter fences in Model Colleges.
• 300 classrooms to be delivered in public secondary schools.
• Renovated 5 libraries Epe, Badagry, Eti-Osa, Amuwo-Odofin, and Ikorodu
• Completed and delivered LASU students’ Arcade
• Embarked on the construction of 8,272-bed for LASU students
• Provided 450,000 pupils with e-learning devices
• 18,000 teachers were trained under EKO EXCEL
• Rehabilitated 71 blocks of classrooms
• 92 public primary schools undergoing various stages of rehabilitation.
• Provided 61,000 units of single-dual composite furniture for secondary schools.

• Provided 87,000 units of single-dual for primary school pupils spread across the six education districts.
• Construction, renovation, and rehabilitation of 71 blocks of classrooms and hostels across the Education Districts in the state.

• 300 youths were trained in aquaculture and poultry farming
• 280 youths were trained in solar farm construction
• 1,050 rural women received intensive training in boosting outputs in agricultural production and the beneficiaries were given equal access to markets.
• Supported 2,704 Lagos residents whose means of livelihood had been disrupted by the Coronavirus [COVID-19] pandemic.
• 500 women assisted with N20, 000.00 each through Rural Women Grants from the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs.
• 1,050 women agricultural training for rural women on the cultivation of vegetables, cassava planting and cultivation, garri processing, and other arable crops
• 250 women trained through an empowerment workshop on intercrop of maize and cassava with demonstration plots for practical knowledge.
• Over 6,000 graduates yearly from the 19 Skill Acquisition Centres across the state.
• Supported 18 outstanding students from the Skill Acquisition Centres with N100,000.00 in 2019
• Produced 500,000 face masks for public use during the pandemic.

• Empowered over 1,000 residents in the third Phase of the Mega Empowerment program.

• Empowered 1,050 vulnerable women and indigent residents in the State with various working tools.

• Organized a Mentorship seminar for over 1,000 Youths on the theme

: “AGRICPRENEUR: Strategy for Wealth Creation”.
• Empowered 600 women with ingenious business ideas to the tune of an N4 billion through the Lagos State Employment Fund [LSETF] W-Initiative in collaboration with Access Bank Plc to empower Lagosians.
• Empowered 200 household heads for orphans and vulnerable children in the State with various skills and tools.
• Provided COVID-19 palliatives for 500 Persons Living With Disabilities (PLWD).
• Empowered 200 household heads from the 55 registered groups of people living with HIV/AIDS.
• Various amounts of money were given to several vulnerable families, including those of parents of quadruplets.
• 51,514 graduates applied for the Graduate Internship programme designed to expose interns to hands-on work experience.
• Over 1,932 companies indicated interest to take on the interns after their training.
• 4,736 applicants attempted the online Assessment Test.
• Distributed 12,000 COVID-19 relief packages to Tradesmen and Artisans in the State to cushion the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

• Trained 500 unemployed youths in soft skills and job interview programme.
• Trained 280 unemployed youths for global certification on solar farm construction technology for the supply of electricity in Nigeria.

• Trained 250 residents in an entrepreneurship-mentorship programme
• Empowered 225 military fierce wives
• Empowered 200 people Living With Disabilities

• Organised a forum for women across the 57 Local Governments and Local Council Development Areas in the State with a view to enhancing their productivity and economic growth.

• Strengthened alliance with 200 representatives from various women-focused NGOs in the state, as part of efforts to alleviate the economic plight of women residents in the State

• Trained 150 small-scale business owners in digital marketing

• Over 1,000 indigent residents benefitted from the State’s mega empowerment programme starter packs, which include Grinding Machines, Barbing Tools, Hair Dryers, Sewing Machines, and Android Phones

• Rescued 48,000 households from poverty through various social intervention programmes under which women got cash transfers and acquired skills.

• Trained 2,000 Tradesmen and Artisans [1,500 artisans and 500 tradesmen].

• 21, 262 residents benefitted from the 1st, 2nd and 3rd tranches of the conditional Cash Transfer Payment Exercise.

• Rescued 3,041 beggars/destitute/mentally challenged people and street children were taken off the streets.

• 178 street children were re-integrated back into society after undergoing various interventions.

• 95 senior citizens benefitted from the services rendered in the state-owned Old People’s Home, Yaba.

• 814 children benefitted from vocational training, reformation, behavioural modification, psycho-socio therapy, re-integration, empowerment, and scholarships to higher institutions of learning [both local and international].

• 9,865 Civil Servants retirees paid N38billion

• N585million paid to the families of deceased public servants as insurance benefits.

• 1,140 persons benefitted from Free Digital entrepreneurship training

MSME Programmes

• Supported 3,673 businesses with N1.156 billion and a plethora of interventions including, grants, mentorship, business advisory, and capacity building as well as market access opportunities.

• Supported 1, 835 businesses with NGN939.97million and saved a total of 10,005 direct jobs and 40,020 indirect jobs via the MSME Recovery Fund, an intervention programme to cushion the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and End SARS protests on businesses.

• Introduced the Lagos Economic Acceleration Programme [LEAP] to reduce the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on small businesses.

• Initiated the N5 billion EduFund in partnership with First Bank and EdFin MFB.

• Set up an N1 billion fund targeted at businesses in the tourism, hospitality, entertainment, arts, and culture sectors – both loans and grants.

• Introduced an N1 billion Agriculture Value Chain Fund targeted at businesses that operate within the Agric value chain.

• Initiated the LSESP to address the labour skill gap and unemployment problems.

• Trained 5,908 and placed 706 in jobs in partnership with, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), and United States African Development Fund (USADF), Microsoft, Coursera.

• Supported 152 businesses and persons in the tech ecosystem under the Lagos Innovate programme.

• Issued 54 workspace vouchers under the workspace voucher programme which targets early-stage start-ups.

• Trained 78 persons and placed 12 under the Talent Development Programme (TDP) -a student loan programme aimed at training young persons in tech skills and placing them in employment.

• HOUSING: Unveiled and handed over 48 units of Greater Lagos LBIC Apartments in Ogba-Ijaiye, Pen-Cinema of Agege, on Wednesday, June 28, 2022
• Completed and commissioned a 480-unit housing project in Ibeshe, Ikorodu.
• Completed and commissioned 774 housing units in LagosHOMS, Sangotedo Phase 1.
• Completed and commissioned 100 housing units in Ikate, Lekki, Lagos.

• Completed and commissioned the 360 home units, comprising 120 units home in Igbogbo in Ikorodu.
• Inaugurated 252 home units, in Idale, Badagry

• Commissioned 84 home units in LagosHoms Lekki, Phase 2.

• Commissioned the 132 home units (88 home units and 44 home units of 3-bedroom apartments respectively) at the BRF Housing Estate, Iponri, Surulere.

• Completed and commissioned 120 units Courtland Villas, Igbokushu, Lekki.

• Handed over apartment keys to 492 beneficiaries of the Lateef Kayode Jakande Housing Estate, Igando.

• Completed 360 housing units at Igbogbo in Ikorodu.

• Completed 660 housing units at Odo-Onosa-Ayandelu Housing Scheme in Agbowa LCDA.

• Lagos State Health Management Agency (LASHMA) inaugurated new centers at Ikorodu, Ikotun, and Epe.

• 563,210 Lagosians covered under the Health Insurance Scheme

• Established 10 Triage and Oxygen centers

• 5,963 pupils in 30 schools benefitted from the BOSKOH health programme

• Commenced the administration of COVID-19 Moderna vaccine 183 designated centres

• As part of efforts to tackle the third wave of Coronavirus, 10 COVID-19 Oxygen Treatment, and Sample Collection Centres as well as 20 Local Government Area (LGA) Based Sample Collection Sites were activated.

• Completed and commissioned Mother and Child Center (MCC), Epe.

• Completed and commissioned Eti-Osa Mother and Child Center (MCC), Ajah.

• Completed and commissioned Mother and Child Center (MCC), Badagry.

• Inaugurated Mother and Child Centers (MCCs), Igando.

• Reconstruction of the New Massey’s Street Children’s Hospital is ongoing. When completed, it will be the biggest Children’s Hospital in Africa.

• Comprehensive renovation of public health facilities ongoing at:
✓ Ebute-Meta Health Centre
✓ Harvey Road Health Centre
✓ General Hospital, Odan, Lagos.
✓ General Hospital, Isolo
✓ Ketu-Ejirin Health Centre.

• Revamped the Jigi Bola initiative across all LGs and LCDAs in the state

• Ongoing health facility projects:

✓ Permanent 300 Bed Isolation Centre, Yaba,
✓ Infectious Disease Centre, Yaba

✓ Infectious Diseases Research Institute, Yaba.

✓ Doctors’ Quarters at Yaba and Gbagada

• Supported 15 families of persons living with cerebral palsy and Down syndrome with the financial assistance of N1million to N2.5million each
• Activated one Oxygen Plant at Yaba for COVID-19

• Established 10 Tri and Oxygen Centres

• 1,417 residents successfully had pediatric eye surgery, adult eye surgery, pediatric surgery, dental surgery, orthopedic surgery, and Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) surgery through the initiative.

• Acquired 102 compactor trucks

• 100 double dino bins were locally assembled for the use of Lagos Waste Management Agency [LAWMA]

• 96 primary drainage channels were cleared across the State.

• 222 secondary channels were also worked on, out of which 146 have been completed while 76 are ongoing.

• 215 vehicles were impounded and 98 people were arrested and prosecuted in the clean-up exercise of Ikoyi/Victoria Island. Some of the areas cleaned up include Ahmadu Bello Way, Kofo-Abayomi, Amodu Ojikutu, Idowu Taylor, Sanusi Fafunwa, Gerrard Road, Karimu Ikotun, Awolowo Road, Bishop Aboyade Cole amongst others.

• 38 vehicles were impounded in the Obalende axis, and 42 people were arrested at Odo Street, Ojo Street, Obalende Road, Passport Road, and Kef fi Road while Outer Marina, Mcwean Bridge, Muson Centre, Flag Staff House, Police AIG Zone 2 Office Road, Onikan amongst others have been cleaned.

• Completed and commissioned Dr. Oluyomi Abayomi Finnish Recreational Park, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos

• LAWMA Academy was inaugurated to promote environmental cleanliness.

• The Olusosun Dumpsite was expanded to 42 acres to accommodate more waste and ensure that trucks can have a quicker turnaround time.

• Completed and commissioned a Resource Centre at the Olusosun dumpsite to enhance the capacity of the Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) to collect recyclable materials.

• LAWMA began a Lagos at 4 am programme that is aimed at stemming the tide of indiscriminate waste disposal across the metropolis.

• LAWMA acquired a Briquette facility, which can process about 1,700 kg of sawdust per hour, in Agbowa (Ikorodu division).

• LAWMA launched the Lagos State Blue Box Recycling at the Simpson Transfer Loading Station, Lagos Island.

• 32-metric tons per hour rice mill [largest in Africa] nearing completion

• Empowers 190 youths, women in fish cage culture
• Unveiled 5-year food security roadmap

• Generated 12,350 jobs and empowers 17,469 direct and indirect beneficiaries through the Lagos State Agro-Processing, Productivity Enhancement and Livelihood Improvement Support (APPEALS)

• 300 farmers benefitted from the 2021 Agric Value Chains scheme

• supported 20 clusters of Ofada rice farmers with modern technology and necessary support through the Lagos State Agro-Processing, Productivity Enhancement and Livelihood Improvement Support (APPEALS)

• Initiated 500 Hectares of Rice Farm Technology Intervention project.

• Trained 97 Senior Secondary School Agricultural Science students, Agricultural Science teachers, and Education Desk Officers under the 2021 Agricultural Summer School Programme.

• 879 farmers and Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) benefited from the Lagos Agro-Processing, Productivity Enhancement, and Livelihood Improvement Support (APPEALS) Project.

• Began the rehabilitation of its coconut belt in collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). This is to create over 500,000 job opportunities and wealth, through training, capacity building, and empowerment of youths and women in the coconut value chain.

• N7.9million transaction done at the maiden Eko-City Farmers’ Market

• Trained 575 women and youths, comprising 240 in aquaculture, 300 in poultry, and 35, under the APPEALS project in rice farming.

• 250,000 jobs to be generated via the State’s integrated rice mill at Imota.

• The State provided needed support for the production of about 335,000 loaves of bread under the Eko Coconut Bread initiative.

• Established a semi-mechanized abattoir in Oko-Oba in collaboration with the private sector.
• Disbursed N200million as loan to 37 Nigerian filmmakers

• Completed and commissioned the New Glover Hall, Lagos

• Reconstruction of J.K Randle Centre for Yoruba Culture, Onikan, Lagos at an advanced stage of completion.

• Renovated 9 youth centres in Lagos Island, Badagry, Ikeja, Magodo, Abesan, Akowonjo, Ikorodu, Epe, and Isheri-Magodo

• Construction of Film City on 100 hectares of land at Ejirin in Epe Local Government Area is on course.

• Completed the four state theatres in Epe, Badagry, Ikeja, and Igando.
• Instituted N1 billion tourism palliative for an operative of the sector to cushion the effect of COVID-19 on their businesses.

• Held virtual entertainment in compliance with Covid-19 protocols. Some of the events held during this period include the Digital Lagos Party, Lagos Virtual Ileya Concert, and Independence Day Eve 12 hours of entertainment as well as the hybrid version of the Y2020 World Tourism Day.

• Partnered with two private firms to train 1,480 creative practitioners in digital filmmaking, documentary, fashion, arts and crafts, etc. under an initiative tagged Lagos State Creative Industry Initiative (LACI)

• Completed and fully furnished the Glover Memorial Hall. The keys to the edifice were finally handed to the Facility Manager engaged to manage the Hall.

• Partnered with Ebony Life Place on the ‘Eko Culture Series’ initiative.

• Completed 3 Police Post in Ise, Elemoro, and Ilashe

• Completed Christopher Olatunde Segun High and Magistrate Courthouse, Badore, Ajah

• Completed and inaugurated 4 new offices of the Citizens Mediation Centre (CMC) at Ojo LG, Iba, Alimosho and Ijede

.Completed the renovation of the library at the State Criminal Investigation Department, Panti, Yaba.

• Provision of standard Police interview room with recording equipment at the Lagos State Police Command, Ikeja

• Construction of Administrative block, Police Area Command, Elemoro, Ibeju-Lekki (Phase II)

• Construction of Administrative block, Police Area Command, Idimu (Phase II)

• Construction of Administrative block, Police Area Command, Elemoro, Ibeju-Lekki (Phase III)

• Construction of Combined High/Magistrate Courts, Igando

• Construction of Citizens’ Mediation Centre (CMC) and Office of the Public Defender (OPD) in Alimosho LG (status: 75%)

• Construction of Combined High/Magistrate Courts, Imota

• Establishment of Forensic Toxicology and Chemistry Section and Enhancement of Security and other sections of Lagos State DNA & Forensic Centre: Phase 2 by Turnkey Project


• Donated security equipment worth billions of naira to the police:
✓ 180 patrol vehicles
✓ 200 patrol motorcycles
✓ 4-high capacity troupe carriers
✓ 2 anti-riot canon vehicles
✓ armored personnel carriers

✓ 1,000 security gadgets
• Commissioned the Emergency Security Regional Centre, Epe

• Employed 100 fire-fighters

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