“I Could Have Retired As A Minister Since September”—Babatunde Fashola

As political preparations are ongoing towards the May 29 Inauguration of the President-elect and offices are being handed over, the outgoing Minister of Works and Housing and also a former Governor of Lagos State, Babatunde Fashola, has said he would have stopped work as minister last year as his handover note was prepared in September 2022.  Continue Reading>>>

According to Punch News reports, it was reported that he disclosed this at the contract signing ceremony for the value-added concession under the highway development and management initiative.

According to some of his words, Babatunde Fashola also said that “I could have retired as a minister since last September, but I was busy.” Continue Reading>>>

“For me personally, I prepared my handover note last year in September, but more work kept coming, so I would have stopped working since September.”

Screenshot from Punch NewsWhile speaking further, he also said that “even today, some people are still sending me messages to sign a Certificate of Occupancy.” He added

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