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    LAGESC begins Senatorial District stakeholders meeting on sanitation

    Akinpelu Gbemisola

    Published By: Kazeem Ugbodaga

    The Lagos State Environmental Sanitation Corps (LAGESC) will on Tuesday begin its annual Senatorial District stakeholders meeting in the state to sensitise residents on the need to ensure sanity in the environment.

    Corps Marshal, LAGESC, CP Akinpelu Gbemisola (Rtd), at a news conference in Oshodi, Lagos, said the stakeholders meeting would start with Lagos West Senatorial Districts on Tuesday, November 28, 2023.

    She said LAGESC takes the issue of ensuring sanity in the state’s environment seriously, which she said informed the periodic stakeholders engagement “that we have been organising over the years across the whole division of the State to seek the buy-in and cooperation of everyone.”

    “Today, it is important to emphasize the importance of environmental sanitation and the indispensable role of our communities. As we strive for a cleaner, healthier, and more sustainable Lagos, it is essential to recognize that the responsibility lies not only with government agencies but also with each and every one of us.

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    “Our communities are the heart and soul of Lagos. They are the places we call home, where our families grow, and where we forge lasting connections. It is within these communities that the power to make a difference truly resides,” Akinpelu said.

    She urged residents to always remember that the success of environmental sanitation and management in Lagos relies on the active involvement of communities.

    “Each one of us has a part to play, and together, we can make a significant impact. Let us seize this opportunity to come together, inspire change, and build a brighter future for Lagos,” Akinpelu stated.

     

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