This a collaborative project of BOS FRONTIERS and Eko Destination

LAGOS GREEN OIL PROJECT is a concluded master plan by BOS and Eko Destination on how to raise five hundred young tourism entrepreneurs in each of the fifty seven local government and local council development areas of Lagos State.

Such tourism entrepreneurs will be impacted with best practices skills on how to transform Lagos State tourism potentials to mega revenue source that exceed revenue from crude oil. This is why the slogan of raising tourism entrepreneurs is tagged: LAGOS GREEN OIL PROJECT.

Every participant beneficiary is expected to be trained and given computer laptop that is programmed with e-tourism and destination marketing application.


We are optimistic that God will bring philanthropists and lovers of community impact projects our way on LAGOS GREEN OIL PROJECT, so that we can further compliment the effort of our able Governor – Babajide Sanwo-Olu, in reducing idleness and unemployment among youths in Lagos State.

Kindly visit in order to know more about Eko Destination.



The Lagos State Government is looking into the demands of the Joint Drivers Welfare Association of Nigeria (JDWAN), with a view to finding permanent solutions to the issues raised by the Association.

The move becomes necessary following the planned seven-day job boycott by the drivers over alleged “harassment and extortion by motor parks and garages management”.

Sequel to the announcement by JDWAN to embark on a seven-day strike starting from 31st October, 2022, the Ministry of Transportation invited its leadership to a meeting on Friday 28th October, 2022, despite its non-affiliation to any of the transport unions known by the State Government, i.e NURTW and RTEAN.

Most of the union members at the meeting were from the Badagry axis and it was resolved that the meeting be adjourned till Wednesday, 2nd November, 2022 to have a larger house (the Unions inclusive) and resolve the matter amicably.

The outcome of the 2nd November, 2022 Meeting will be made known to the public.

The State Government urges drivers to continue their daily routine without fear of molestation and intimidation as security agencies have been directed to maintain law and order.

Those who are taking advantage of the situation to raise fares are warned to desist from doing so or face the consequences of their illegal actions.



• SKIBANJ perseverates on BOS Frontiers’ strategic programmes for Asiwaju Tinubu, Gov. Sanwo-Olu’s electoral success

• MD LAG FERRY Assures Lagosians’ Votes For Tinubu, Sanwo-Olu To Turn Fortunes

LG Ndigbo’s Coordinator, Obasa Movement Lauds BOS Frontiers’ Initiatives, Urges LSG APC Members To Acquire 12.5m Votes Each For APC Candidates

As part of its steady efforts towards the victory of Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu‘s re-election in the 2023 general elections, the Babajide Olushola Sanwo-Olu Frontiers (BOS Frontiers), yesterday, inaugurated 57 LGAs/LCDAs Coordinators and their executives across Lagos State.

At the ceremony, which was also devised for a day symposium for the newly inaugurated grassroot executives and other audience, held at Sanwo-Olu Campaign office, G.R.A Ikeja, Lagos.

The State Coordinator, BOS Frontiers, Mr. Adebanji Atewogboye SKIBANJ and Legal practitioner Kehinde Quadri administered the oath of offices for the newly executives of the political organization at grassroot levels in the presence of large supporters gathered at the center.

Mr. Adebanji SKIBANJ urged the inductees, who have embarked on house to house (Polling Units) campaigns on behalf of the political organization, to intensify their efforts.

His words: “No doubt, your efforts at different 57 LGs and LCDAs are yielding significant results for the success of Gov. Sanwo-Olu and Dr. Hamzat’s re-election in the 2023 elections which is one of our mission. But you have to intensify more efforts and tactics to walk our talks as Frontiers representatives in the course of our missions”

He emphasized that BOS Frontiers has other strategic programmes for the success of Asiwaju Tinubu and Gov. Sanwo-Olu in the elections and it is certain that it will delivered.

During the event, the Managing Director of Lagferry, Hon. Ladi Balogun reiterated the needs for the electorates to deliver their votes for Gov. Sanwo-Olu and Asiwaju Tinubu.


He pointed out that ASIWAJU Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu can turn the fortunes of Nigeria and Lagos for better and great results. “Because Lagos State is different from other states and ready in terms of citizens’ loves to ensure our candidates win the elections. I must thanked and recognized the efforts of BOS Frontiers for this event. It’s a laudable one”.

Also, the State Coordinator of APC Ndigbo for Obasa Movement appreciated the the executives of BOS Frontiers to have gathered the like-minds who believed good governance and political capacities of AsiwajuTinubu and Sanwo-Olu.

He, therefore, urged members of APC in Lagos to ensure that half of the population-based in Lagos voted Asiwaju Tinubu and Gov. Sanwo-Olu in the elections. “It is estimated that the population of the state is 25 million and it is best that members of our party should ensure victory for our candidates for continuity of good governance”.

While the Director of Mobilization of the political organization BOSFRONTIERS, Hon. Apata Nunoyan Saomson was interviewed by pressmen, said that BOS Frontiers has the capable machineries for grassroot mobilization across Lagos. “As a result, we have created WhatsApp group for frequent and effective communication to ensure the campaign brings about reelection of Gov. Sanwo-Olu. We avoid any vacuum in our focus. Eko Destination has also partnered with BOS Frontiers to ensure development of strategies for our Gov. Sanwo-Olu, Asiwaju Tinubu and other aspirants under APC”

On their part, the Vice- Coordinator of the political organization, Pst. (Mrs.) Deborah Rufai, the Legal Adviser, Mrs. Omowunmi Ogungbaibi & Former Special Adviser to the First Lady, the State Women Leader, Hajia Muftiat Bajulaye and the State Treasurer, Eng. (Mrs.) Adeshola Openibo; as well as the Deputy Director of Finance, Hon. Dipo Daramola and the Director on Religion, Hon Wasiu Banwo spoke to the large gathering and harped on the need to get their permanent voter cards ready, canvass and to ensure electorates vote for every candidates of the party, APC in Lagos.

However, the Director on Security, BOS Frontiers, Hon. Adewale Adeyemo also charged the members of APC in the state and Nigeria to be security conscious and prevent any actions that would generate crises before, during and after the elections.

The Coordinator, BOS Frontiers Ikotun-Igando LCDA, Princess Abidemi Ikotun-Dosunmu, on behalf of other 57 Coordinators, assured the state chapter and Lagosians of victory of Gov. Sanwo-Olu, adding that the 57 Coordinators are on their toes for landslide victory for the Governor.

Other representatives of Lagos State officials, political elders, leaders and organizations attended the event

Rep Babajimi Benson Commissions Ibeshe Community Town Hall ~Ajasa-Info


Rep Babajimi Benson has completed the community town hall he facilitated for the people of Ibeshe, Igbogbo-Baiyeku Local Council Development Area of Ikorodu.

At the commissioning of the Ibeshe Community Townhall, in Ibeshe, Igbogbo-baiyeku LCDA as facilitated by member House of Representatives, representing Ikorodu Federal Constituency, Rep. Babajimi Benson.

Leading the commissioning was Ashipa Kaoli Olusanya, Olubeshe in council, former Igbogbo-Baiyeku Local Government Chairman Hon. Basanya, CDA chairman, iCare Foundation members and Supervisor for Works Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA, Alhaji W. A Yusuf among others.

Hon. Mutairu Balogun endorses Adewale Temitope for second term ~Ajasa-Info


Hon Balogun Mutairu, the coordinator of Tinubu Brigade has endorsed Hon Adewale Temitope for second term. The endorsement was made at the stakeholder meeting of the group.

According to Hon Balogun “one good term deserves another. Tope, our honorable is a performer and needs our support to remain in office in order to continue the good job”

He used the opportunity to solicited support for all APC candidates in the forth coming elections in Ifako-ijaiye, Lagos and Nigeria at large.

He also enjoined Nigerians and lovers of democracy to vote Ashiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu for president, Sanwo – Olu for governor, Idiat Adebule for Senate and Benjamin Olabinjo for house of representatives, Ifako-Ijaiye.

Meanwhile, the youth were asked not to be deceived by challaterns masquerading as democrats.



Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Experts on a visit to the six geo political zones in Nigeria for Pre-election fact finding, met with women groups, youth focus groups and stakeholders in Lagos to deliberate on the barriers to a peaceful election in Nigeria as well as way forward to achieve a free, fair and credible election in the upcoming 2023 general elections.

The conversation likewise centered in the need for more women participation in politics and governance and strategies to adopt in ensuring maximum inclusion of women in politics.

The meeting was facilitated by Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC), a women-focus Non-governmental organization which ensured all major groups that has influence directly with women and youth are well represented.

In an interview with Dr. Aderemi Ajibewa, the Director of Political Affairs of ECOWAS he said “We are here on a fact finding mission towards Nigeria election, Ecowas is mandated through the supplimentary protocol to visit every member states that are having election, and Nigeria is a member state of ECOWAS and we are here to meet all the stakeholders. We are going to the six geographical zone, we have been to the F.C.T, interviewed the Inspector general of police, the media, the INEC, Political parties and all concerned stakeholders”

The team consists of Dr. Kwado Afari Former President of the EC, Ghana- Head of Mission, Mr. Muhammad K. Konneh Chairman man EC, Sierra Leone, Hon. Mrs. Davidetta Brown Chairperson, NEC, Liberia, Dr. Remi Ajibewa Director, Political Affairs ECOWAS, Dr. Francis Gabriel Oke PPO, Electoral Assistance, Dr. Onyinye Onwuka PPO MCRPA, ECOWAS, Dr. Eyasan Okorodudu PPO, DGG, ECOWAS, ACP Nuhu Hamidu (DPKRS) ECOWAS, Barou Yba Luther PO Operations, ECOWAS, Mr. Abu Turay Embedded Electoral Expert (EAD) GIZ-EPSAO Project.



Ikorodu Division Independent Youth Movement held her general meeting and disclose the partnership of the group with Better world leadership academy limited for a 2 days Basic Certificate Course in effective leadership, which is coming up 28th and 29th of October.

MD Hassan was also at the meeting, he encouraged the members of the group to be steadfast in whatever the group is doing, and ensure the love of the party comes first, he also encouraged the group to mobilize massively for the forthcoming election in the year 2023.



Bldr. Olusesan Daini the Executive Chairman of Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA has promised to embark on the full construction of Abuja Igbo Agbowa road with two side drainage and street light, the construction will be in phases, he disclosed this on Tuesday 25th of October at the Inauguration of Polling Unit Ambassadors by Ashipa Kaoli Olusanya.

In his remarks “I stand before you today to give you hundred percent assurance, promise and commitment that before the end of this year Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA will commence full construction with two side drainage and a street light on Abuja Igbo Agbowa road.”

“We will divide the construction of the road into two phase, the first phase we will start by constructing water towards igbo agowa road, the second phase will be done later”

“I want to assure that we will commence the first phase before the end of this year, equally there is a transformer for you, Asipa Kaoli Olusanya has been given the power to determine where the transformer will be placed.”


“He has communicated with me and I assure you that within 30-40 days, the transformer will be supplied, he also mentioned that his party and Government is for the people.” He said

“He further mentioned that on the issue of school that the councilor has been contacted and he said that the present Ilebere health center will be used for the construction of the school.”

“Our councilor Hon. Mathew Arowolo has taken care of the architectural design, the House of Representatives Rep Babajimi Benson On the other hand he has not been informed before, but being a supporter, motivator and problem solver, I am sure he will support by providing classrooms and other equipments needed “. He said.



Developing public transport by water to reduce road congestion and adapt the transport system to the impacts of climate change in Lagos megacity is an ambitious bet that Lagos State and the French Development Agency (AFD) are making.

On Thursday, 27th of October, the official kick-off meeting of the “Waterways Investment and Development of the Environment project in Lagos State” (WIDE-LAG) took place at the premises of the Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA), in the presence of Lagos State authorities, the Consule General of France in Lagos, AFD Country Director and a team of transport experts from the AFD.

The objective was to inform stakeholders about the project concept, expected outputs, and timeline, conduct site visits with the different teams of consultants, and launch the project preparatory studies financed by a EUR 1.2 M grant from AFD and the European Union.

While the aqueous surface of Lagos State accounts for 22% of its total landmass, and more than 60% is land surface less than 5m above sea level, inland waterways transportation is expected to play an increasing role in adaptation to climate change.

Using the lagoon area, the WIDE-LAG project will implement a mass public inland waterways transit (IWT) system in Lagos State. The project scope will include the development of 5 to 8 priority ferry routes providing facilities such as ferry terminals, first mile/last mile land connections, jetties, pontoons, and shipyard for vessel maintenance and dredging of critical areas. It will also include the acquisition of clean-powered vessels and Information Transport Systems (ITS).
“Due to demographic growth, land constraints, traffic congestion, sea level rise and land subsidence,

AFD reckons that public Inland Waterways Transit is relevant, sustainable and is meant to play an increasing role as a complement to the Bus Rapid Transit and Light Rail Transit”, stated Xavier Muron, AFD Country Director. “This ambitious project will make Lagos an international benchmark for Inland Waterways Transit, championing with other cities like Bangkok, San Francisco or Sydney.”

Based on the design studies to be completed in the first half of 2023, AFD will be able to award the funds to Lagos State for this project, which has a total targeted amount of 200 M EUR. The project will capitalize on the Future Cities of Nigeria (FCN) program that has provided technical assistance to LASWA and identified private sector interests for IWT. As a public-driven project, WIDE-LAG will contribute to creating the conditions of an enabling environment, strengthening the waterways regulation, and providing critical infrastructures to attract private investors through PPPs.

“Water is a defining features of Lagos”, said Oluwadamilola Emmanuel, General Manager, LASWA. “While it is seen as a challenge today, it should rather be envisioned as an asset for the economic and sustainable development of Lagos State. I am pleased to embark on this ambitious investment to make Lagos Africa’s Model Mega City through an attractive, innovative and efficient mode of transportation.”

The WIDE-LAG project implemented by LASWA with the support of AFD is an ambitious program that fits into the Lagos State Development Plan (LSDP) (2022-2052) released at the Ehingbeti Summit earlier in October. The LSDP aims to create a flexible, sustainable, and efficient Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) by 2052, increasing the modal share of IWT from 1% to 10% in the total daily trips. The project is also in line with the Lagos State Climate Action Plan (2020-2025) approach, which aims to adapt the mobility patterns to the sea level rise and land subsidence phenomena by moving people and goods by water.

This ambitious program will put Lagos State at the forefront of mobility innovation in Africa, setting the path for other western African countries sharing the same geographical configuration.



•Governor upgrades Alausa fire station, as Lagos raises fire depts to 21

Lagos State Government has recorded a major asset expansion in its emergency response services, with the inauguration of three newly built fire stations in the State.

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Wednesday, physically commissioned the new fire station in Ebute Elefun, while he virtually unveiled the other two fire stations built in Oniru and Ajegunle.

The projects were initiated to enhance the response time to disasters associated with fire and to bolster the capability of the State’s emergency management system.

The Governor, on the same day, commissioned the upgraded Fire Department headquarters in Alausa.

With the three additional assets, Lagos now has 21 fully equipped fire stations across the State.

The facility expansion programme was part of the recommendations that followed the 2020 comprehensive assessment carried out by the Lagos State Government in the emergency response department aimed at enhancing performance.

Sanwo-Olu said one of the challenges identified was the inadequate fire stations to efficiently manage fire outbreaks at a scale that would allow quicker response time and speed.

His administration’s response to the identified gaps in emergency services, the Governor said, was proactive and strategic for the development of a practical road map to address limitations and reposition the emergency agencies for optimum performance.

He said: “Today’s handing over of three newly constructed fire stations at Ebute Elefun, Oniru, Ajegunle and the newly upgraded Fire Service Headquarters in Alausa to the Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service Agency is the fulfillment of our administration’s commitment to the protection of lives and property of our citizens.

“We believe response time to fire disasters is critical as it can make a lot of difference between life and death. The earlier the fire is attacked, the lesser the damage it will have on people and property. To enable fire responders to reduce the distance and overcome other unplanned encumbrances on the way to fire scenes, the idea of having at least one fire station in each of the 20 Local Government Areas of the State was conceived.

“Lagos requires protection through deliberate disaster mitigation and emergency management strategies that are realistic and comprehensive. We are convinced that the construction of new fire stations will allow quicker response to the scene of emergencies within their specific area of coverage, as we believe the proximity of fire stations to incident locations is crucial to rescue and safety operations. With the new facilities, firemen will get to the theatre of operations at record time.”


Sanwo-Olu said the new stations were part of the State’s investments in the safety and well-being of residents and businesses. The assets, he said, would help limit the discomfort suffered by residents and considerably reduce losses associated with fire outbreaks.

Before the end of the second quarter of next year, the Governor said his administration would add another three fire stations in Ijede, Kosofe and Ijegun.

He said the upgrade and rehabilitation of existing fire stations had been done to further consolidate the position of the Lagos Fire and Rescue Service Agency as a leading fire fighting outfit in the country.

Sanwo-Olu enjoined residents living around the new fire stations to take ownership of the assets and protect the facilities from vandalism.

“Our efforts have enthroned an operational environment that provides the necessary ambiance, comfort and support that will ensure optimal performance of our firemen. These interventions will further consolidate the position of the Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service Agency as a leading fire fighting outfit in Nigeria,” the Governor said.

Special Adviser to the Governor on Special Duties and Inter-Governmental Relations, Mobolaji Ogunlende, said the facility expansion was part of the plans to strengthen security in Lagos.

He said the new stations were designed to have their dedicated sources of power and water supply, with modern facilities for the convenience of firefighters deployed to man the stations.

“With these investments the Sanwo-Olu administration has made in this sector, I am confident that Lagosians would have a new experience in fire and rescue operations,” Ogunlende said.

Director of Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service, Mrs. Margaret Adeseye, said the new assets would raise the capacity of the agency in emergency operations, adding that Ebute Elefun station would serve more than 20,000 population on Lagos Island dotted by high-rise buildings.

General Manager of Lagos State Infrastructure Asset Management Agency (LASIAMA), Nike Adekanbi, described the newly upgraded Fire Department headquarters in Alausa as “an edifice built to last”, noting that the building expanded to strengthen the administrative capacity of the agency.

She said the Sanwo-Olu administration revamped 14 fire stations, creating over 600 jobs in the process.

The new administrative building of the Lagos Fire Service now has 60 offices, with an expanded appliance bay, landscaping, perimeter fence and developed road network which was constructed by the Lagos State Public Works.