Lagos Govt Seals 19 Event Centres for Safety Violations

Lagos Govt Seals 19 Event Centres for Safety Violations

  • Some event centres in Lagos state have been sealed for violating safety regulations and endangering public safety
  • The Lagos State Safety Commission took the action during its routine inspections and on-site assessments
  • Lanre Mojola, the DG of the commission, confirmed that the safety assessment exercise was an ongoing effort to achieve the commission's goal of zero accidents journalist Esther Odili has over two years of experience covering political parties and movements.

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu's led government has sealed 19 event centres in Lagos state for safety infractions in the interest of public safety.

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Lagos state government sealed some event centres for safety violations. Photo credit: Babajide Sanwo-Olu, @followlasg
Source: Facebook

Director-General of the Lagos State Safety Commission, Lanre Mojola, made this disclosure during a recent routine inspection and an on-the-spot assessment of some event centres across the state.

The government confirmed the development in a post shared on its official X page (formerly Twitter) on Friday, December 8.

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Mojola said the safety assessment exercise was an ongoing effort to achieve the commission's mandate of ensuring zero accidents, particularly during this yuletide season.

Some of the event centres sealed are:

  1. White Stone Event Centre,
  2. Lekki Coliseum,
  3. Leisure Park,
  4. La Madison,
  5. Haddasah,
  6. The Summit,
  7. Villa Park,
  8. De Dove, Majesty,
  9. The Podium,
  10. Celebrations Gardens and
  11. Tastee Event Centres, among others.

Lagos govt seals churches, Mosque, hotels over noise pollution

Earlier, reported that the Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA) officials took a crucial step in restoring environmental order and sanity in the state.

The agency sealed several churches, mosques, hotels, nightclubs and other leisure places across the state over noise pollution and other environmental infractions.

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The Environment and Water Resources commissioner in the state, Tokunbo Wahab, disclosed this via his X page, @tokunbo_wahab, on Thursday, December 7.

Nigerian Lady reports RCCG to LASEPA for noise pollution

Meanwhile, reported that a Nigerian lady reported a worship centre of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) to the LASEPA over noise pollution.

The lady, identified as Oreoluwa, disclosed this in a tweet on Saturday, January 28, where she heaved a sigh of relief that the agency had given her a call with the promise to address the problem.

When contacted, Oreoluwa told that frustration drove her to report the church to the agency. She noted that the church held three services a week, and the noise from the building made it difficult for her to take calls or sleep.


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