The Nigeria Waste Managers Association has lamented the delay in paying Visionscape’s debts to its members.
The association’s president, Orgvenga Adeborah, appealed to Lagos state governor Babajide Sanworu to initiate an investigation into the plight of waste managers in the state and their arrears.
“The delay in payment of Visionscape’s debts to members who cooperated with Visionscape under the direction of the government at the time is alarming. I will seriously consider the payment and appeal to expedite the payment.
“Governments should ensure that member businesses are protected through enforceable agreements with governments with appropriate stamp duty and related securities. We will raise the level of investment,” he asserted.
He further called for a review of all remittances to state governments to ensure the viability of member states in the face of the impact of regional and global inflation on businesses in Nigeria.
Adebola added that revising remittances to state governments would bring salvation to AWAMN members.
He said, “Government has an equal opportunity to ensure the sustainability of the businesses and businesses of low-income communities and members of low-income communities, thereby making their businesses profitable and bankable.” I pray that it will create a .” Neither Nigeria nor Lagos State can operate alone and must adopt international models and best practices.
Meanwhile, Sanwol, represented by Dr. Omoboraj Ghazi, Undersecretary of Environment and Resources, said that population growth will continue to make waste management a top priority on the development agenda.
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