Lagos State News on Environment
Lagos State News – Government of the State said it was now mandatory for occupiers of houses to beautify the perimeter or be imprisoned.
The government said a violation of this would attract N250, 000 or the amount the state would incur if it decides to carry out the beautification, or six months imprisonment or other non-custodian sentences.
Anyone caught felling trees in the state or trimming them without permission would be fined a minimum of N50, 000 or sent to one year imprisonment.
Commissioner for the Environment, Mr. Tunji Bello, stated this at the inauguration of the Lagos State Parks and Gardens Agency LASPARK at Alausa, Ikeja.
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