Governor Sanwo-olu launches air-conditioned buses for Lagos govt. workers (photos)

Governor Sanwo-olu launches air-conditioned buses for Lagos govt. workers (photos)

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos state has commissioned air-conditioned buses to be used by government workers in the state.

The Lagos governor commissioned the vehicles on Monday, June 3.

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Governor Sanwo-olu launches air-conditioned buses for Lagos govt. workers (photos)

Governor Sanwo-Olu commissions air-conditioned buses in Lagos. Credit: Twitter, Sanwo-Olu
Source: Twitter

Sanwo-Olu in a tweet on his official page recognised that “Lagos civil service is the back bone of government operations and ensuring we have a quality, motivated, disciplined and emotionally invested workforce is key in building.”

Governor Sanwo-olu launches air-conditioned buses for Lagos govt. workers (photos)

Governor Sanwo-olu recognised the importance of the civil service to the state development. Credit: Twitter, Sanwo-Olu
Source: Twitter

“Today, we fulfilled our promise of providing air-conditioned buses for our workforce.”

Meanwhile, Governor Sanwo-Olu says governing the state is not an easy task, as he has lost weight in just one week of assuming office.

Sanwo-Olu spoke with State House correspondents after a private meeting with Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, shortly after the expanded security council meeting on Friday, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

According to him, governing Lagos is not a tea party, as the experience and challenges are real.

It is not a tea party; you don’t sleep and wake up and the traffic has gone down; you don’t sleep and wake up and there is no rain or say that you have resolved Apapa gridlock; it’s real.

“So, it is something that one has psychologically prepared for; the best thing you can do, is to make sure that you are not about looking for what the other person did.

“It is for Lagosians to see you do what you promised to do for them. And if you don’t do it from your office; you have to do it on the road; you have to do it where the issues are, so that people will truly know that you mean business.

“In one week, I will say I have lost weight; I will probably still lose a bit more, but I think it is worth the job," he said.

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