The Lagos State Government has announced plans to improve the community’s electricity supply for up to 20 hours a day to further stimulate investment and improve living standards.

Permanent Secretary, State Ministry of energy and mineral resources, Sholabomi Shasore, disclosed this at an organised stakeholders’ engagement in Alimosho Local Government Area in the state to ensure adequate power supply to Lagos residents through various interventions.

Shasore, said the meeting was organised in line with the inclusive policy of the administration of governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, who believes that the contributions of every resident in the state is essential to achieving the greater Lagos vision.

Recall that President Bola Tinubu, recently signed the passed electricity act into law, marking a significant update to the 2005 electricity and power sector reform act in Nigeria.

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