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NEWS: The Lagos Government Approves Alaba International Market

According to 234JAMZ MEDIA, the well-known Alaba International Market in Ojo, Lagos, has been closed by the Lagos State Government

The news was revealed in an early Monday post on X, formerly known as Twitter, by Lagos State Commissioner for Environment and Water Resources, Tokunbo

The early morning operation, according to the commissioner, was necessary because of the market’s “poor waste disposal practices” and “failure to pay waste bills”

Wahab stated, “Alaba International Market, Ojo has been sealed up for gross environmental sanitation offences, nonpayment of waste bills, and poor waste disposal practices”

The Mile 12 International Market, Owode Onirin Market, Oyingbo Market, Alamatu Market, Ladipo Market, and Tejuosho Market are among the notorious list of sealed markets that the Alaba International Market has joined

At the Alaba International Market in Ojo, Lagos State, a closed complex

As for the Trade Fair Complex, which is situated at the Lagos-Badagry expressway in Ojo, the Lagos government closed its markets on Sunday due to a number of environmental violations, including burning of waste and improper disposal of waste, which had sparked worries for the community’s health

The Lagos State Environmental Sanitation Corps (LAGESC) and the Lagos Task Force on Environmental Sanitation and Special Offenses collaborated on the enforcement

At the Alaba International Market in Ojo, Lagos State, a sealed store

The environment commissioner reaffirmed the state government’s unwavering commitment to preserving a sustainable and healthy environment for all citizens, emphasizing the need of such enforcement actions to protect the public’s health and guarantee Lagosians a good standard of living

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When it comes to environmental standards, we cannot give in. To address the violations that have continued in the area, the Trade Fair Complex must close portions of its markets. “Our commitment lies in revitalizing the surroundings and guaranteeing the welfare of the inhabitants,” he declared

According to Wahab, the enforcement action underlined the state government’s zero tolerance stance and commitment to creating a sustainable and habitable environment for all citizens, sending a clear message that environmental compliance was non-negotiable in Lagos State

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