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In Pictures: Fashola visits LASAA  print

Published on July 18, 2013 by   ·   7 Comments

Fashola arriving at LASAA- for the visit. With him is George Noah, MD of LASAA

Fashola arriving at LASAA. With him is George Noah, MD of the agency

Fashola with Bello, Noah

Noah explains a point of interest to the Governor and Bello

Thanks for visiting: a small gift to Governor Fashola

It was a busy day for Nigeria’s Governor Raji Fashola of Lagos state on Thursday 18 July. After returning to Lagos from the visit to Governor Rotimi Amaechi, the embattled governor of Rivers State, Fashola also inspected the new office complex of the Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency (LASAA) on Mobolaji Johnson Way in Ikeja.

He was accompanied by the commissioner for environment, Tunji Bello.

Fashola was taken round by the Managing Director, Mr George Noah.

Fashola arriving at LASAA. With him is George Noah, MD of the agency

Fashola arriving at LASAA. With him is George Noah, MD of the agency

Fashola with Bello, Noah

Fashola with Bello, Noah

Noah explains a point of interest to the Governor and Bello

Noah explains a point of interest to the Governor and Bello

Thanks for visiting: a small gift to Governor Fashola

Thanks for visiting: a small gift to Governor Fashola

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7 Comments for “In Pictures: Fashola visits LASAA”

  1. USMAN BAYERO

    Thieves! Using all avenue to syphone money.
    No wonder there are double taxation in Lagos.
    You have used taxes to kill evryone and Tinubu company is the collector.
    Lie Muhammed too has been awarded contract, done and undone in all the local govt. councils and LCDA’s.
    They force all the local govt. and LCDA’s to contribute millions for any personal events such as birthdays e.t.c.
    They clain to be progressive, whereas they are retrogressive.

    • Shoula

      Sorry to reply you if you are under-aged or a stack illiterate, because you may not be able to comprehend what I mean, but I put it to you, if you have an active Governor like Fashola in your state, will you talk like a disgruntled and jobless element you’re showing yourself to be here. Don’t you pay tax in your state, except you’re a tax invader? and upon all the payment, what can u show for it placing it vis-a-vis what you’re enjoying in Lagos State. If tax is your problem in Lagos, I think my advice for you is to return to your state where you can invade tax. By the way, do you even pay tax!
      In as much as I don’t support excessive taxation, taxation has its own merits and still can’t be avoided if the state will make any progress.Is there no taxation in countries like the USA, Britain, France and other advanced countries? It is rather more noble to remain silent if u have nothing to contribute. Comment is not compulsory.

    • robbyoloye

      Mumu like u how can u appreciate a hard working governor like fasola when u are busy throwing bomb about nd ur governor is busy marrying underaged girls

    • kay

      u re a fool….

  2. @USMAN BAYERO & Paul, PDP agent God will forgive you this guys

  3. Nnanyelugo Ifeanyi F.

    Ameachi has shown the stuff he is-a traitor.May God deliver him from the hands of those (Nothern govs) who want to tarnish and destroy his political career.Amaechi,shine your eyes.

  4. Nnanyelugo Ifeanyi F.

    Ameachi has shown the stuff he is-a traitor.May God deliver him from the hands of those (Nothern govs) who want to tarnish and destroy his political career.Amaechi,shine your eyes.You be mumu?

  5. Mr kelc

    Fash, you are a good man, using socratic approach in dealing with things. people can be oblivious, with their concerted evil plots, quasi taught’s, they can go and incarcerate themselves. It has been axiomatically proven, ride on Sir.

  6. Obinna

    I commend the governor for his transformation in the state. My question is: what is really the work of LASAA?

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