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  • Press: Media Roundtable on the Impact of the 2020 Budget on Youth Empowerment and Economic Growth.

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    28 November, 2020

    Cyno group, a leading content creation and digital strategy company in Lagos on Saturday, 28th November, hosted the Honorable Commissioners of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s cabinet to a virtual event to further address the allocation of the N1.15 trillion budget unveiled by the governor. The one-day event with the theme “Impact of the 2021 Budget on Youth Empowerment and Economic Growth” provided a platform for the governor’s team to enlighten the general public about the budget allocation and provide an outlook on what to expect from the Lagos State Government in the coming year. Read more

  • Blog: Take, make and dispose, no longer sustainable – LASG

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    21 April, 2021

    Humans can no longer continue to depend on finite mineral resources as major input for production. Asides the negative impact on the environment evidenced by the several adverse climate changes we are experiencing, the depletion of these natural resources is now a more present risk and could pose great challenges if drastic measures are not taken.

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  • Report: Full Report: Lagos State Q1 2020 Report

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    28 June 2020

    Lagos State released its financials for the period Q1 2020, revealing an actual revenue of ₦282.6 billion for the quarter, 101% higher than the actual revenue of Q1 2019 which had been ₦140.7 billion. This was also 6% higher than the budget for 2020 which stood at ₦267.8 billion. Attributed to the breakdown were ₦100.3 billion on internally generated revenue, ₦141 billion on capital receipts, and ₦41.2 from federal transfers.

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  • Budget: Y2020 Q1 Budget Performance.

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    28 June 2020

    Lagos State released its financials for the period Q1 2020, revealing an actual revenue of ₦282.6 billion for the quarter, 101% higher than the actual revenue of Q1 2019 which had been ₦140.7 billion. This was also 6% higher than the budget for 2020 which stood at ₦267.8 billion. Attributed to the breakdown were ₦100.3 billion on internally generated revenue, ₦141 billion on capital receipts, and ₦41.2 from federal transfers.

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  • Project: Governor’s Committee on water assess operations of Lagos Adiyan Water Plant.

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    28 June 2020

    The Governor’s Committee on Lagos Water visited Adiyan I Water Plant in a bid to evaluate its operations while also proffering ways to improve its services to the increasing population of Lagos state.

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  • Budget Report Y2021

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    The Annual Appropriation Bill also known as the Annual Budget, is the budget as prepared and approved by the State Executive Council and presented to the State House of Assembly for deliberation and approval.

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