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Abayomi who made this known on Wednesday at a Data Dissemination Workshop on Schistosomiasis Implementation in Lagos State organized by Federal Ministry of Health in collaboration with Lagos State Ministry of Health and a non-governmental organization, Mission to Save the Helpless (MITOSATH), noted that interventions aimed at the control and elimination of NTDs will be accorded the priority it deserves as part of the State government’s disease surveillance control programme and policies.

The Ambassador of Belgium to Nigeria, Daniel Bertrand during his courtesy visit to the Lagos Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget at Alausa, Ikeja, said the purpose of his visit was to familiarise with Lagos and the opportunities which will be presented to a delegation of Belgian business entrepreneurs who are interested in doing business in state, despite the already active Belgian business community in Nigeria.

The Nigerian Institute of Town Planners passed the vote of confidence on Lagos, noting that the State had gone far ahead of others in domesticating the national town planning legislation and setting up administrative structures to coordinate its planning in accordance with the laws.

Governor Sanwo-Olu, who reiterated his administration’s commitment to programmes that would benefit youths, said Lagos State Government would create a platform for youths in the State to be global leaders and not divisional leaders.

Abisola Olusanya, the state’s Commissioner for Agriculture disclosed this while speaking at the closing ceremony of the programme where no fewer than 97 Senior Secondary School Agricultural Science students, Agricultural Science teachers and Education Desk Officers were trained at the Lagos State Agricultural Development Authority in Oko-Oba Agege.

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Thursday, disclosed that the construction of the Cappa hub would be completed in the first quarter of next year and will accommodate thousands of MSMEs operating without workstations. The intervention, the Governor said, becomes necessary to strengthen thriving small-scale businesses and draw down their expenses.

This was made known at the conclusion of a five-day consultative forum held at the Radio Lagos Hall, LTV, Agidingbi, Ikeja, on the creation of the 2022 appropriation bill across the five divisions of the state (Ikeja, Badagry, Ikorodu, Lagos Island and Epe) aimed at seeking the input of different stakeholders on the incoming year budget.