A member of the House of Representatives, Mr Wale Raji, said that the Federal Government has earmarked funds for the rehabilitation of the Epe fish market in Lagos State.
Raji, representing Epe Federal Constituency, stated this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), in Epe on Sunday.
He said that several millions of naira have been earmarked in the 2022 budget for the upgrade of Epe fish market and other projects under the constituency project.
The lawmaker listed the projects to include an upgrade of the Epe fish market and the construction of stalls at Ilara, Ketu and Aiyetoro markets in Epe Division.
Raji said the project was designed to give the Epe market facelift to meet international standard, boost revenue base and encourage commercial activities in the area.
“The Itoikin market scheme has begun, the highlighted projects are basic necessity needs of the people in the area.
“Residents have been clamouring for the facelifting of the…
Source: Vanguard Newspaper