All you need to know about the new Lagos State Law establishing the Lagos State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission
The Lagos State Govt has denied the claim that its recently-enacted Anti-Corruption Law, which establishes an anti-corruption commission, was a ploy to shield certain former and current officials of the state, who are accused or are suspected of corruption, from prosecution.
In a thread that curated the statement of the state's Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Gbenga Omotoso, @gbenga_omo during an interview on Arise TV, the @followlasg said the accusation was unfounded.
Mr Omotoso said the new law is aimed at fighting corruption.
The boss of the Nigerian Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick told reporters that the Super Eagles travelled by sea to Cotonou "to enable the boys get a great view of our vast country".
Pinnick was lying.
This is going to be a long thread. Please be patient and read through.
The real reason the Super Eagles were ferried through the sea to Cotonou was to avoid decrepit of the Lagos - Badagry Expressway, which is now a collection of craters, open-air toilets and worst vehicular traffic any where in the world.
That corridor has become a recurring nightmare and an unending torture to residents of the area and other road users, Imagine how the players many of who grew up in Europe and elsewhere would think if made to travel through it to Cotonou.