Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Ambode calls for attitudinal change in Lagos

The Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, says there is need for Lagosians to embrace attitudinal change.

The governor added that shunning all forms of unethical activities would be in the interest of the state’s socio-economic wellbeing.

Ambode, who was represented by the Special Adviser on Civic Engagement, Mr. Olaide Joseph, spoke at the Iyalode of Lagos forum/health screening with the theme, ‘Improving the Ethical Standard of the Citizenry in Lagos State’.

He expressed delight at the return of peace among youths and various trade groups in the state, especially on the Lagos Island. Continue.......

The governor said, “I believe that the attitudinal change recorded on the Island will be replicated in every nook and cranny of Lagos State. I hope the development will be sustained in the long run for the socio-economic benefits of the state.

“As a demonstration of this administration’s resolve towards sustenance of peace and ethical rebirth in the state, the Office of Civic Engagement was created to engage the people on attitudinal change and public civility.

“We plan to reawaken good public conduct and moral rebirth. I urge you to spread the message and encourage public civility and good moral conduct within the family, communities and the entire state.”

The governor also commended the Iyalode of Lagos, Chief Bintu-Fatima Tinubu for the free health care exercise for residents.

Tinubu said her motivation was the desire to see a better Nigeria, urging businessmen in the state to give back to the society.


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