Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has averted 14 days quit notice ultimatum earlier placed on Traders at the Alaba Rago Market, in Ojo Local Government to proceed with their trading businesses in the market pending a formal agreement and development plan would be reached between both parties.
The Governor was said to have reversed the ultimatum during a meeting with Sarkin Fulani of Lagos and Chairman Council of Fulani chiefs South West, Mohammed Abubakar, who led the traders and shop owners to meet with him at the State House in Ikeja.
“Considering the plea, His Excellency Mr Governor on behalf of the Lagos State government reversed its earlier pronouncement and allow the Traders in Alaba Rago to continue with their legitimate business in the market pending a formal agreement and development plan considering the current Traders, said the statement.
“Against this backdrop, His Highness, Alh. (Dr) Mohammed Abubakar Bambado II the Sarkin Fulani of Lagos is calling on the Traders and business entrepreneurs in Alaba Rago to remain calm and maintain a law-abiding environment free from delinquent activities.