The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has promised to collaborate with the Lagos State Sport Commission (L.S.S.C) towards the successful hosting of the Year 2024 Access Bank Lagos City Marathon scheduled for 6:30am on Saturday, 10th February, 2024.

The General Manager of LASTMA Mr. Bakare-Oki Olalekan disclosed this today during a courtesy visitation to Oshodi by top management of the Lagos State Sport Commission (L.S.S.C).

Mr. Bakare-Oki Olalekan who was represented by the Director of Logistics and Engineering, Mr. Oshodi Jubril disclosed further that the Agency will always key into Government projects and give unwavering support towards moving the State forward in line with the ‘Themes+’ agenda of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

Bakare-Oki assured officials of the Lagos State Sport Commission (LSSC) that the Agency would always provide the necessary needed support in ensuring that there is free flow of both human and vehiclar movements during the Year 2024 Access Bank Lagos City Marathon.

Hehowever called on the motoring public to continue obeying traffic rules and regulations before, during and after the sporting events in Lagos.

Earlier in his speech, the Director General of the Lagos State Sport Commission (L.S.S.C) Mr. Gafaar Oluwatoyin Bolowotan stated that the courtesy visitation was to intimate LASTMA on the upcoming Access Bank Lagos City Marathon.

He confirmed that both the 42 kilometers and 10 Kilometers Access Bank Lagos City Marathon would be holding simultaneously at different locations within Lagos.

Present at the meeting were Lastma top management team including the Director of Human Resources & Adimistration Mr. Oshinowo Stephen Lanre.

Adebayo Taofiq
Director, Public Affairs and Enlightenmemt Department of LASTMA.

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