Lagos State government to establish 2,000 CCTV in the state


Lagos State Government says it has initiated the establishment of 2,000 Closed-circuit TV (CCTV) cameras across the state. 

The state Commissioner for Science and Technology, Hakeem Popoola Fahm, unveiled this at a clerical press instructions on Tuesday, May 4, to remember the second year in office of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu drove organization. 

Fahm said the quantity of CCTV cameras introduced is expanding step by step, however, effectively, 100 CCTV cameras had been introduced in Ikeja city. The Commissioner added that upon finishing, the task would propel Lagos state economy by turning into a 24-hour driven business community, which would permit organizations to work in a protected, secure and shrewd climate that would make more positions and increment Gross Domestic Product of the state. 

Aside from the establishment of the CCTV cameras across the state, Fahm said that Sanwo-Olu's organization had executed a 3,000 km of Fiber Metro Network association in year 2020, and extra 3,000km in year 2021, across the state, as a component of the far reaching Smart City Program that tries to give a 24-hour driven economy. 

Talking further Fahm said that the execution of Lagos State Smart City Project is to empower administration, availability and ecological security, adding that the utilization of innovation would make detailing of safety episodes simple to reach, and elevate admittance to significant partners in the public authority.

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