Lagos State government said it has installed Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras in 100 schools and 12 hospitals, as part of efforts to boost security in the state.
This is part of the state government’s efforts to tackle insecurity.
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has severally reiterated the commitment of his administration to keep Lagos safe and secure for residents.
The governor’s Chief Press Secretary, Gboyega Akosile announced this through his official Twitter account. The tweet reads:
‘[email protected]’s Lagos is getting smarter. These gadgets already deployed in phase 1.100 schools and 12 hospitals now connected, 1,800 km covered. Commercial agreement signed with @mtn and some other telecom giants for deployment of seamless connectivity. Security top priority.’
Sanwo-Olu in a recent public forum, said ‘Lagos would be a state that everybody would be proud.’
‘The administration would deliver on all the six-pillars of the developmental agenda for ‘Greater Lagos.’