Mr Samuel Egube, the Honourable Commissioner for Economic Planning and Budget for Lagos State, disclosed at the 2021 Budget Consultative Forum, that the Lagos State Government has recorded a 57% half-year budget performance. The forum was held at the Adeyemi Bero Auditorium and the Commissioner also disclosed that the State is just about to begin another budget cycle, expecting to generate the 2021 budget cycle.Read more
The Lagos State Government, represented by the Commissioner for Economic Planning and Budget, announced its decision to revisit the annual Ehingbeti Economic Summit, after holding the last one in 2014. The 2020 edition will be virtually held as a result of the pandemic, spanning from the 10th of November to the 12th of November, 2020.
The 2020 edition is themed “For Greater Lagos: Setting the Tone for The Next Decade.” Samuel Egube, the Commissioner for Economic Planning and Budget revealed this in an interview with several journalists on Sunday, unveiling the plans of the state. The Lagos state government plans for the summit to be targeted at opening up and stimulating avenues for investment in the state.Read more
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu explains the real events leading to the Lekki shooting and implores Nigerians to refrain from posting unverified information. Following images that circulated on social media showing men removing cameras and the claims that ensued as a result of it, the Governor explained that there was no order for the lights to be turned off.Read more
The Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, presented the State House of Assembly with a budget of N1.15 trillion for approval for the 2021 fiscal year.
The 2021 budget tagged “Budget of Rekindled Hope” according to the governor demonstrates the state’s commitment towards resolving the difficulties faced in 2020 and honouring all electoral promises to Lagosians.Read more
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