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Ambode meets with Lagosians for quarterly Town Hall Meeting

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Governor Akinwunmi Ambode will tomorrow meet with Lagosians in the Lagos West Senatorial District at the maiden edition of his quarterly Town Hall Meeting.

The Meeting is in fulfillment of his campaign promise to duly engage the citizenry and chart a path where regular interactions will take place to inundate people with plans, policies and programmes of his administration.

Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Information and Strategy, Folarin Adeyemi, said the meeting, would hold at Abesan Mini Stadium/Play ground, Abesan Housing Estate, Ipaja by eleven in the morning.

Adeyemi said the meeting was designed to enable people rub minds with the Governor on salient issues germane to the progress of the state while proffering solutions to them.

According to him, the importance of the forum was borne out of the fact that it would allow for divergent opinions and views from various sources.

He said the desire to maximise the diverse potentials in the state, informed the need to embrace the generally acceptable window of interaction from all stakeholders in the state.

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