Visionscape Sanitation Solutions has said there is no cause for alarm over the resolution of the House of Assembly to summon the executive arm of the government to explain the state of waste management in Lagos.
The House of Assembly had in a resolution invited the Accountant-General of the state Mrs. Abimbola Umar and three members of the State Executive Council to brief its ad hoc committee, on all issues surrounding waste management in Lagos and the role and status of Visionscape.
The invited commissioners are Attorney-General and Commissioner of Justice, Mr Adeniji Kazeem; the Commissioner for Finance, Mr Akinyemi Ashade and the Commissioner for Environment, Mr Babatunde Durosinmi-Etti.
But in an interactive session with journalists, one of the panelists representing Visionscape, Dipo Wintoki said the House of Assembly was performing its statutory function and there was no cause for alarm since Visionscape had a valid contract from government.
“The emergence of the contract was done through regular and due process. The Lagos State Government has an obligation to fulfill its part of the contract. The process of awarding the contract to Visionscape was not arbitrary. This will be resolved,” Wintoki said