The Lagos State Government on Sunday said owners of illegal and abandoned structures, as well as street hawkers and those who have converted walkways into trading points in Ikoyi, Victoria Island and the Lagoon front, Lekki, must remove such within 14 days.
The Secretary to the State Government, Tunji Bello, said if such illegal structures were not removed after the 14-day ultimatum, the state Special Task Force on the clean-up of the Ikoyi and Lekki areas would enforce the laws.
He said “Abandoned structures in Ikoyi, Lekki and Victoria Island are now harbouring prostitutes, miscreants and unwanted elements. Owners of such property must clear their structures.”
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Bello said owners of property on the Lagoon fronts of Lekki Phase 1, who littered the areas with dead weight equipment, must remove them.
He reiterated the determination of the government to restore the original master plan of the Ikoyi, Victoria Island and Lekki areas by also checking the activities of roadside automobile repairers who had converted many dual carriage lanes to single lanes.
Bello said, “The government will no longer tolerate unauthorised parking of vehicles and trucks. The owners of such vehicles will be prosecuted.
“It is unacceptable for people to display wares such as bags of charcoal on major roads like Ahmadu Bello Way and the Federal Secretariat Road, Ikoyi. Henceforth, such goods would be confiscated and the owners prosecuted.
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“Members of the public and residents of the affected areas, who are involved in these illegalities, must do the needful or the state government will move against them according to its environmental and sanitation laws.”
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