The Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Friday afternoon announced the ease of the 72 hour curfew imposed as a measure to halt the ongoing unrest that has threatened the peace and sanity of the state.
But while the state was on lockdown, essential service providers were out and about providing the required services.
One of such is the Lagos State Waste Management Agency, LAWMA. Regarded as one of the most effective in Lagos state, LAWMA has continued to work round the clock in order to restore normalcy back to the state.
The MD/CEO, Mr. Ibrahim Odumboni, on Friday led a team of LAWMA sweepers and waste managers to clean up several areas in Lekki, Island axis of the state.
The agency have called for calm and understanding as the government find a lasting solution to the crisis.
They urges Lagosians to work with the state government and security operatives in order to apprehend the hoodlums causing havoc all across the state.
Meanwhile. earlier in the week, several LAWMA Trucks were destroyed and personnel attacked while attempting to carry out cleanup exercise across the state. Several PSP operators were also not spared as their trucks were also damaged.
Nevertheless, the agency in a statement said they will not be deterred but will continue to serve the people of the state to ensure the mandate of consistently clean state is realised.
The Lagos state government have called for calm from Lagosians as investigations to unravel those behind the ugly incidence that took place at the Lekki Toll Gate is currently ongoing.
Also, as part of efforts to ease the tension, the state has released the names of policemen from the disbanded SARS, who are currently undergoing prosecution.