The chief executive officer of the Lagos state traffic management authority (LASTMA) Chris Olakpe has decorated newly promoted officers of the agency admonishing them to rededicate themselves to their duties.
He adds that the state Government on its part will continue to invest in the welfare of its workforce.
Lagos traffic officers had reasons to celebrate as over 400 of the officers were promoted across board.
The chief executive officer of LASTMA, Chris Olakpe and the general manager, Olawale Musa urged officers to rededicate themselves to the task of eliminating traffic gridlock on Lagos roads
The pioneer lastma comptroller,Isaac Adetimiro thanked governor Akinwunmi Ambode for his magnanimity in breaking the glass ceiling for LASTMA officers.
Two of the promoted officers spoke on behalf of their colleagues
Retiring director,engineering department, peter okonji spoke about his experience on the job.
As part of measures at solving the apapa traffic gridlock,the agency has drafted over 500 personnel to work round the clock in the axis in order to maintain sanity. This is, in fulfillment of the state government’s determination to restore pride and glory of the area.