Some researchers have said that stakeholders must always come together, to find common ground and a way forward in policy redesign, in order to improve the economic and social situation for citizens.
They made the recommendations at a stakeholders meeting organized British academy.
The Workshop was held at the University of Lagos to develop proposal that will better the life of every citizen, attended by over 60 stakeholders,
representing several government Ministries, enforcement agencies, informal economy workers and their representatives, and citizens of Lagos.
Some key recommendations from the workshop were highlighted to help the society at large,
Policy dialogues must be based on open minds, and a willingness to offer as well as receive compromise in pursuit of a share
They also added that policy agreement must be subject to ongoing review.
forum agreed to bring stakeholders together on a regular basis, to maintain momentum in negotiations.
FG COMPLETES LOKO-OWETO BRIDGE
The Federal Government has completed the 2.055 kilometre Loko – Oweto Bridge, a Sukuk Bond-funded project which runs across the river Benue.
The bridge is part of a road network that includes the 106 kilometre road from Oweto to Otukpo and the 76 kilometre road from Loko to Nasarawa.
Minister of works and housing Babatunde Fashola said the report of this working visit to the site of the bridge will be sent to the Presidency and the date of the commissioning of the bridge would then be decided.
While commenting on the Lagos – Ibadan road , the Minister appealed for continuous perseverance and understanding of all road users
While acknowledging that the road is among the busiest in the country, he explained that traffic had to be diverted during construction adding that
But he assured journalists that the Lagos – Ibadan road would be completed by April of 2023, in addition
He is also optimistic that by May 2023, the 2nd Niger bridge will be commissioned and opened to the traffic as well.
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