Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Mudashiru Obasa urged Sanwo-Olu to work more on policies that foster democracy in the state.
Obasa, who commended the seven-man judicial panel of inquiry, urged residents not to stoke controversies while they await the White Paper on the EndSARS panel report as expected.
He said: “Our policies must be channelled towards fighting poverty in our society and empowering our people, particularly those below the poverty line.
“Despite the numerous infrastructural developments going on in the state, the impact is not yet fully getting to all and sundry as it should be.
“It is a known fact that Lagos State has the highest foreign debt profile. Of course, this loan has been the secret behind most of the infrastructural developments we all see all over the state.
“Nevertheless, I will advise the Executive to focus more on intense projects that will be geared towards alleviating poverty in our society with most of these loans.
“While we await the White Paper of the END SARS Panel report, people should remain calm and not rush to judgment. You can rest assured that justice will surely be served based on the outcome of the report.”Follow us on social media