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What is the situation of the Lagos State drainage system?

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The situation of Lagos state drainage system is rated at 45/100. This is due to bad construction and maintenance. However, bad drainage system is unique and a norm to some places such as Lekki, Osborne, Ajah, Ikate, part of Ogba amongst others. read more

“We are on top of the situation. The government is concerned by the recent occurrence of flooding in some parts of Victoria Island, Lekki, Oniru and its environs and our emergency lines 112 and 767 are open 24/7 for residents to report any emergency situation,” he said. read more

The drainage system of the State is characterized by a maze of lagoons and waterways, which constitutes about 22% or 787 sq. km. [75.755 hectares] of the State’s territory. The major water bodies are the Lagos and Lekki Lagoons, Yewa, Ogun, Oshun, and Kweme Rivers. read more

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