Vanguard (Lagos)

23 November 2012

Nigeria: Sanitation Exercise - Lagos Suspends Restriction Tomorrow

Lagos State government has suspended the order restricting movement of people during the November monthly Environmental Sanitation exercise stated for tomorrow, Saturday, November 24, 2012.

According to Commissioner for the Environment, Tunji Bello, the suspension was to allow easy movement for students and invigilator, who will write and supervise the state-wide Senior Secondary School Examination across the nation, with no exception to Lagos State.

He added that it was also to ensure hitch-free movement of examination materials to examination centres.

Bello, therefore, urged everyone to observe the environmental sanitation day exercise, by ensuring the cleaning of their immediate environment, frontage drains and bag their refuse properly, in spite of the lift on the order restricting movement.

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