Lagos State land allottees, under the aegis of Orisan Waterfront Residential, have commended the efforts of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s administration in restoring corporate governance policy, preserving jobs, social infrastructure, and, investments in the state.
They also called on the state government to strengthen impactful outcomes in allocating assets to budding investors in the state.
The allottees, in a statement yesterday, noted that Sanwo-Olu’s administration is revamping institutions by improving the infrastructure in the state while reiterating the need for the state to allocate lands to fully paid allottees of Orisan Waterfront Residential scheme to consolidate the gains of infrastructure in Lagos Metropolis.
The allottees argued that the allocation of assets and resources to investors in the state would quicken development and unlock growth potential to boost the state economy for good by providing a level playing ground for businesses and investment to thrive.
The allottees lauded Sanwo-Olu’s Infrastructural milestone and corporate governance policy while noting that this has largely reflected in private investments within the economic corridors of Lagos state to establish business interests and enterprises.
The allottees applauded the efforts of the various MDAs, Bureau of State Lands, New Towns Development Authority (NTDA), and Ministry of Land and survey to facilitate trade and allow businesses to operate without constraints.
Harping on why the governor should be re-elected, the Chairman of Allottees of Orisan Waterfront Residential Scheme, Ayinde Sanni Rasak said the Governor attended to the group’s complaint of non-allocation of land appropriation matters measuring 720 square meters to the allottees that were fully paid up with the prescribed fees since 2013 by directing the appropriate agencies to act fast on the complaints and ensured that due diligence was applied to the request from the group.
The allottees, therefore, charged political actors in the state to remain resilient while demanding that all LGAs and Wards within the state should join efforts with the governor to deepen corporate governance and consolidate the gains of economic prosperity.