The salaries of Lagos Waste Management Authority employees in the state have been increased by 20% by the Lagos State Government.
In the state, Mr. Ibrahim Odumboni, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of LAWMA, made the disclosure.
Under the aegis of the Association of Waste Managers of Nigeria, the State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, had promised waste managers an increase in their salaries and urged them to vote for the All Progressives Congress in the upcoming elections.
During a meeting with the sweepers at LAWMA’s headquarters in Ijora-Olopa, Odumboni made the increasing public.
In addition, he stated, new work attire, such as overalls, boots, and personal protective equipment, will be given to sanitation workers to enable them to complete their tasks successfully.
He said that the state’s current administration will help workers do their jobs well by giving them the support they need.