Twitter | Search | |
LASWA
LASWA is the organization responsible for regulating, developing and managing all aspects of the waterways in Lagos State
1,741
Tweets
59
Following
2,074
Followers
Tweets
LASWA retweeted
The Lagos State Govt 8h
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
Catriona Laing Oct 16
Excellent meeting with HE Governor of today. We have many areas of great collaboration including our joint plans to bring waterways transport to . Great potential to reduce journey time and reduce pollution by shifting to boat travel UKinNigeria
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA Oct 19
Emmanuel Bankole Traffic gridlock in Lagos : LASWA, British High Commissioner to expand water biz
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA Oct 19
Just posted a photo
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA Oct 18
Lagos government moves to check boat mishaps
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA Oct 18
Just posted a photo
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
Badagry Chamber Of Commerce Industry Mines & Agric Oct 18
Arrivals at the 3rd Annual Stakeholders Forum with the Lagos State Waterways Authority at Badagry Townhall, Badagry Sanwo-Olu
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
Badagry Chamber Of Commerce Industry Mines & Agric Oct 18
Address by Mr Damilola Emmanuel at the 3rd Annual Stakeholders Forum by LASWA in partnership with BACCIMA Sanwo-Olu
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
Badagry Chamber Of Commerce Industry Mines & Agric Oct 18
Presentation by Representative of the MD of YAMAHA on Boat Maintenance at the 3rd Annual Stakeholders Forum held at Badagry Townhall, Badagry Sanwo-Olu
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
lagospress Oct 17
Replying to @HMOKUNOLA1 @gbenga_omo
The meeting, held behind closed doors, was attended by the Attorney General of the State, Mr. Moyosore Onigbanjo, SAN, Head of Service, Mr. , and Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. .
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
lagospress Oct 17
Replying to @TalktoLaswa
Okuwobi’s visit to the Governor came ahead of swearing in of the panel members in Alausa on Monday and their inaugural sitting at Building on Falomo Road in Ikoyi.
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
Babajide Sanwo-Olu Oct 17
Replying to @jidesanwoolu
Some of the victims attended and will testify before the panel next week. Justice will be served. Thank you to the team actively following up and helping victims. There is so much more to be done and I will keep sharing the actions we are taking in line with my announcements.
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
Babajide Sanwo-Olu Oct 17
Replying to @jidesanwoolu
As a state, we will also support and hopefully make her life easier. The state Attorney General, Mr Moyosore Onigbanjo SAN joined me for the visit and he will be providing me regular updates on the case.
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
Babajide Sanwo-Olu Oct 17
There are no words I could have said to Mrs Ngozi Iloamauzor today that can make up for her loss, but as governor, I had to take responsibility. As a human being, I was close to tears but my words to her were of strength and self care. We will work to provide justice for her.
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
Babajide Sanwo-Olu Oct 17
Replying to @jidesanwoolu
...to make sure all cases brought before them will be pursued to a logical conclusion, and all verified victims will get the justice and compensation they deserve. We will also be adding more youth representatives to the panel. We see you. We hear you.
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
Babajide Sanwo-Olu Oct 17
Today, the Chairman of the Lagos panel of Enquiry and Restitution for victims of Police brutality in Lagos, Rtd Justice Doris Okuwobi visited me as the panel gets to work from Monday. It is my promise that they will work diligently...
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
Future Cities Nigeria Oct 16
Replying to @TalktoLaswa
Our Lagos Transport intervention has worked closely with to identify key challenges, and support it in its mandate to increase movement of freight as well as passenger demand for ferry services.
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
Future Cities Nigeria Oct 16
Replying to @TalktoLaswa
FCN and representatives were joined by Ms. Catriona Laing, British High Commissioner to Nigeria, and the new British Deputy High Commissioner, Mr. Ben Llewelyn-Jones.
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA retweeted
Future Cities Nigeria Oct 16
Yesterday we were delighted to take part in the British High Commission’s visit to – an opportunity for BHC representatives to hear first-hand about the LASWA/FCN collaboration to improve transportation on the Lagos’s inland waterways.
Reply Retweet Like
LASWA Oct 17
LASWA commences ember months safety sensitization | - via
Reply Retweet Like