Debt Management Office Meets with Project Managers

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The Permanent Secretary, Lagos State Debt Management Office, Mr Olujimi Ige, on Friday, met with Managers of Projects funded with the State’s N100bn Bond at the Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja.

He implored the project Managers to step up the pace of work so that the agenda of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s administration on infrastructure development in Lagos State can quickly be achieved.

Debt Management Office Meets with Project Managers

“The Lagos State Government had raised the N100 billion bond to execute key infrastructural projects in Education, Works, Health and Transportation, among many others, in order to ensure that Lagosians enjoy the dividends of democracy across the metropolis”, he noted.

Debt Management Office Meets with Project Managers

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While enjoining the project managers to engage the Debt Management Office for any assistance whatsoever, Ige declared that the government will not accept untenable excuses for delay or the slow pace of work on any of the projects allotted to the Managers.

Debt Management Office Meets with Project Managers

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