THE LAGOS STATE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, LASEPA SAID IT HAS RE-OPENED A POPULAR CLUB, OWNED BY A MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, MR SHINA PELLER, AFTER SECURING THE MANAGEMENT’S COMMITMENT TO COMPLY WITH THE STATE’S ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS, REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS.

THE GENERAL MANAGER, LASEPA, DR DOLAPO FASAWE, SAID IN A STATEMENT ON SATURDAY THAT THE CLUB WAS REOPENED AFTER THE CLUB’S MANAGEMENT PROMISED TO CARRY OUT ITS ACTIVITIES WITHOUT OBSTRUCTING THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC ON OZUMBA MBADIWE ROAD AND OTHER ADJOINING STREETS.

FASAWE SAID THAT THE CLUB’S MANAGEMENT PROMISED TO ENSURE ITS CLIENTS’ VEHICLES WERE PROPERLY PARKED IN DESIGNATED AREAS.

SHE ADDED THAT THE CLUB HAD ALSO DEMONSTRATED FIRM COMMITMENT TO ENSURE THAT SOUND EMANATING FROM MUSICAL EVENTS HOSTED WITHIN ITS FACILITY DOES NOT EXCEED THE RECOMMENDED LIMITS SET BY THE STATE.

THE POPULAR CLUB HAD ORGANISED A 36-HOUR NON-STOP EVENT THAT LED TO TRAFFIC GRIDLOCK AND NOISE POLLUTION, AFFECTING VICTORIA ISLAND AND ITS ENVIRONS.

 

 

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