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Re: Lagosians Groan As Massive Traffic Jams Bring The City To A Halt. by olumzzz(m): 12:06pm On Nov 22
Drabeey:


Except we want to make bogus expectations, let's put infrastructural developments towards promoting Agricultural developments, what can lagos gain from its already existing infrastructures to achieve success in those 5 or 6 points.
I strongly disagree.
Road networks, mono-rails, metro bus lines, water transportation, sustainable power, pipe-borne water, world-class primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare, world-class public schools, etc.
The importance of all these in a mega-city cannot be overstated

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Re: Lagosians Groan As Massive Traffic Jams Bring The City To A Halt. by Drabeey(m): 3:27pm On Nov 22
olumzzz:

I strongly disagree.
Road networks, mono-rails, metro bus lines, water transportation, sustainable power, pipe-borne water, world-class primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare, world-class public schools, etc.
The importance of all these in a mega-city cannot be overstated

Mai Aim can't do it alone
Re: Lagosians Groan As Massive Traffic Jams Bring The City To A Halt. by olumzzz(m): 4:09pm On Nov 22
Drabeey:


Mai Aim can't do it alone
Right.
But Mai Aim needs to tell us what he has in mind for Lagos when he becomes governor else it'll only show that he doesn't have a plan

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Re: Lagosians Groan As Massive Traffic Jams Bring The City To A Halt. by Drabeey(m): 9:14pm On Nov 22
olumzzz:

I strongly disagree.
Road networks, mono-rails, metro bus lines, water transportation, sustainable power, pipe-borne water, world-class primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare, world-class public schools, etc.
The importance of all these in a mega-city cannot be overstated


1. Subsidised prices of food for Lagosians (Through radical Agricultural policies)


When Lagos had a collaboration with Kebbi state on the production of Lagos lake rice.
I said to myself, what a beautiful innovation.

If given Mai Aim the opportunity, Mai Aim will invest your money in other states. We will buy their lands, Employ their people and ours to work on Lagos farmlands in the 35 other states.

Mai Aim will make sure these food supplies to Lagos state are subsidised for Lagosians.

I envisage greediness/ corruption situations from people who are saddled with the production. I can't do this alone...

Lagos state will by 2023 have an agency. Lagos state Food production and supplies agency (Lasfopsa)
They are to sell only to food Malls cited inside lagos only. They are also to oversight the sales integrity.

Which gives room to Number 2.

Mai Aim will invest on every Senior citizens (55 & above ) of the state, through Agriculture and more.

Re: Lagosians Groan As Massive Traffic Jams Bring The City To A Halt. by Cousin9999: 1:48am On Nov 23
If ever there was a city in need of subways...

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