The executive governor of Lagos state, Babajide Sanwoolu on his twitter page, has promised to return seized vehicles to the owners.
This came against the backdrop of numerous complaints from Lagosians about the biting economy caused by the lockdown.
According to the governor, he has informed the VIO and Government establishments versed with the traffic management, to ensure all vehicles seized from the month of march are returned to their owners., to ensure all vehicles seized from the month of march are returned to their owners.
He also mentioned that as part of his government’s aim to alleviate the biting economy due to the lockdown, there will be starting the conditional cash transfer to 250,000 Lagos residents as part of the relief package while the government has also made repayment on state facilitated loans to SMEs & MSMEs through LSETF to have a moratorium of 3 months to help ease the effect of the lockdown for businesses and their employees.
The Governor also announced the distribution of relief items to 250,000 vulnerable residents in the state and in addition to this, 100,000 youths will be provided one meal per day across LCDAs via the government food kitchens.
This is a commendable gesture from the government and the tempo should be sustained
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