Flash! Lagos: Justice, Lands, Transportation Among MDA’s To Work On Saturdays From March – Fashola

Lagos State Government yesterday said from first week of March, it would commence Saturday’s services in some key ministries, departments and agencies, aimed at enhancing efficient and effective service delivery to members of the public.

This is against the current practice where most key services are opened to the public from Monday to Friday, while Saturday and Sunday are observed as rest days.

Governor Babatunde Fashola  who announced this at an event to mark his 2,100 days in office in Ikeja, said the pilot service of the exercise would begin Saturday, March 2 ,2013.

These services would include Ministries of Transportation, Urban and Physical Planning and Land Bureau to further make services available to every citizen, saying ‘’Consequently, in response to this demand, we have resolved to commence Saturday service in some pilot Ministries, Departments and Agencies with effect from the first Saturday in March in 2013 excluding the last Saturday of every month reserved for sanitation day  to serve the public better in some critical areas of need.”

“Similar case will also be applicable in the state judiciary where judges and magistrates will from the second Saturday of March 2013, sit on weekends to adjudicate on cases before them, in what is expected to facilitate quick dispensation of justice and ensure that accused persons stand trial on weekends as against the current situation where they can only be brought to the courts on week days.”

Courtesy Vanguard

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