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1 Status of Implementation of Past Summit Resolutions Presented by Ben Akabueze Honourable Commissioner for Economic Planning & Budget

2 RESOLUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS MADE AT THE LAGOS ECONOMIC SUMMIT’S “EHINGBETI” SINCE Y YR. Resolu- tions No. Resolved No. Outstanding REMARKS Introduce Special Infrastructure tax/levy FG to enhance security services and Infrastructural Maintenance in Lagos State (Special Area Status) Pursue Political & Administrative decentralization and fiscal federalism in the Nigerian Polity. -FG to uphold its responsibility to Lagos State as a Special Area. - Establish State Police and State Security Trust Fund Actualize circular/coastal roads & bridges, especially the 4 th Mainland Bridge. - Urgently build National Consensus on the issue of Fiscal Federalism and Special status for Lagos State

3 RESOLUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS MADE AT THE LAGOS ECONOMIC SUMMIT’S “EHINGBETI” SINCE Y YR. Resolu- tions No. Resolved No. Outstanding REMARKS Make Lagos Water Corporation a public limited liability Company by Constitute State Industrial Finance Corporation for low cost financing -Strive to actualize the creation of State Police, especially a Sheriff Department. -Establish a politically neutral Lagos Economic Development Board (LEDB) to oversee a long-term development of the State and a mandate to sell Lagos as a brand -Create a $250 million strategic “Lagos Enterprise Support” venture fund managed independent of the State Government Expand mass transit options and introduce congestion charge

4 Summit Resolutions: Power S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 1.Build, enhance and maintain electricity investments such as transmission lines and local distribution networks ImplementedLASG has completed three Independent Power Projects (IPPs) with a combined capacity of 32.55MW within the last 3 years along with associated dedicated distribution infrastructure. Two more will be completed this year.completed three Independent Power Projects 2.Encourage Embedded Generation ImplementedLASG has encouraged embedded generation by executing IPPs with private sector Power Partners using the Public Private Partnership model- Build Own Operate and Transfer(BOOT) as examplified in resolution 1 above. 4

5 Summit Resolutions: Power S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark Encourage Embedded Generation ImplementedLASG IPPs total installed capacity will increase to 47.35MW by Q to supply power to 85 LASG facilities. LASG IPPs: Akute Power Project (12.15 MW) Island Power & Island Power expansion project(s) (10 MW) Alausa Power Project (10.4 MW) Peninsula Integrated Power Project (6 MW) Mainland Power Project (8.8 MW) 5

6 Summit Resolutions: Power S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 3. LASG should also: Take an active interest in the on-going privatization process Work with FG and private sector players to facilitate the delivery of gas to Lagos reliably and in sufficient quantities: o Extend Off-shore Gas Gathering System (OGGS) to Lagos o Consider use of LNG ImplementedOn-going initiatives include: Regular meeting with the Nigeria Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) Support for/partnership with new Disco owners. LASG IPPs run on natural gas or Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) 6

7 Summit Resolutions: Power S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 4. Provide necessary support to prospective investors in the state electricity sector through assistance with land acquisition and access to quality infrastructures e.g. road, water and gas. Implemented Increased road network with cable ducts Support for/partnership with new owners of Eko and Ikeja DISCOs developing Lagos energy Policy and Power market studies to help dimension the market for investors in the Power Sector. Continuous monitoring of Demand & capacity across Lagos 7

8 Summit Resolutions: Power S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 5.Encourage and work with the Federal Government to complete the Gas Master Plan Implemented Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) working with relevant Federal Agencies to facilitate reliable and sufficient delivery of gas to Lagos 6.Encourage more companies to bring natural gas to unserved parts of Lagos Implemented Establishment of Ibile Oil & Gas Corporation: which will promote partnership in Exploration, Development, Production and distribution of oil and Gas in Lagos 8

9 Summit Resolutions: Power S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark Encourage more companies to bring natural gas to unserved parts of Lagos Lagos State is working with various gas franchise viz: Shell Nigeria Gas Limited(SNL) Gaslink Nigeria Limited(GNL) Falcon Petroleum 9

10 Summit Resolutions: Agriculture S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 1.Collaborate with other State Governments to boost agricultural production Implemented 84Ha. of land acquired at Oshogbo, Osun State dedicated for the production of high value crops like pepper, tomato, yam and oil palm. 500Ha. Acquired at Eggua in Ogun State for rice production to feed our rice mill at Imota; o 50Ha. Acquired in Guabe, Kuje, Abuja for livestock production. o Ongoing excursion to acquire additional 1,000ha in Ago Owu, Osun State 10

11 Summit Resolutions: Agriculture S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 2.Devote a larger share of the State’s Annual Budget to Agriculture ImplementedBudget allocation to Agric increased to 84% between 2011 & 2013 Channel resources towards boosting effective involvement of youths and women in Agriculture ImplementedProject Initiatives: Agric. YES Songhai Rice for Job 11

12 Summit Resolutions: Agriculture S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 3.Improve regulation of the quality of agricultural produce consumed in the State Implemented Transition from air-cooled vehicular transportation system to fully refrigerated meat transportation system Introduction of Produce Van for transportation of Agric. Produce. Establishment of EKO Farmers’ Mart 12

13 Summit Resolutions: Agriculture S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 4. Encourage more large-scale mechanized rice cultivation spanning planting, harvesting and processing. Take the lead in the development of a paddy system for rice cultivation with well arranged irrigation for small scale farmers. Implemented Rice for Job Project creates more job opportunities for youths across the entire rice value chain thus opening up additional 280Ha of rice cultivation. Establishment of 3 Rice Cottage Mills in Ikoga, Idena and Ise. Additional 25ha at Eggua ready for cultivation in the next planting season (April/May 2014) 13

14 Summit Resolutions: Agriculture S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 5. Encourage consumption of locally produced rice Implemented Commission the 2.5 tons/hr. capacity mill at Imota for the processing of locally produced ricecapacity mill at Imota Introduction of EKO rice brand to Lagosians. 6. Promote growth of industrial rice and high quality cassava flour milling implemented Empowerment of over 500 youths under the Rice for Job Programme through input support, land clearing, paddy buy back and marketing. A factory completed and test-run for the production of High Quality Cassava Flour and Garri. Land allocated to the Cassava out - growers for the production of cassava tubers to feed the mill and guaranteed buy-back. 14

15 Summit Resolutions: Transportation S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 1.Encourage long-term investment in infrastructure development Work-in- progress Continued investment on Road rehabilitation/ construction and provision of other new infrastructure e.g. Blue line Rail corridor; Lekki-Ikoyi link Bridge ; (5) modern Waterways Terminal and additional 20 Jetties across the State nearing completion.Lekki-Ikoyi link BridgeWaterways Terminal 15

16 Summit Resolutions: Transportation S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 2.Develop activity centres in individual Local Government Areas (LGAs) to disperse economic activity away from central areas ImplementedA holistic Urban and Regional Planning Policy backed by road improvements resulting in new development centre, eg; Ibeju/Lekki axis/Lekki Free Trade Zone Ikorodu (BRT extension) 16

17 Summit Resolutions: Transportation S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 3.Boost public transport and consider Congestion Charging to encourage greater use and reduce pollution Implemented Focus is now on introduction of mass transit options using high capacity buses, use of eco- friendly fuels such as CNC and continued Rail Corridor Development Congestion charge not yet considered appropriate in the State’s present circumstances. 17

18 Summit Resolutions: Transportation S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 4.Focus on raising quality of road project implementation Implemented Strict Monitoring of Road Construction. Roads built with stone base rather than asphalt. Provision of segregated pedestrian walkways, street lights, outfall drains to prevent.street lights 18

19 Summit Resolutions: Transportation S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 5.Periodically review and adapt the transportation plan to meet growth requirements (every 3 years) Implemented Transport Master plan to be comprehensively reviewed every five (5) years; Rolling 3 – year expenditure plans. 19

20 Summit Resolutions: Transportation S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 6.Increase focus on road network and neighbourhood connectivity Implemented161 individual inter-city road projects of 115.7km of road length awarded to connect various neighborhoods with main/major roads & highways 7.Implement an IT enabled inter-modal transport system. Implemented IT systems being implemented at major major transportation hubs like Obalende and major ferry terminals. 20

21 Summit Resolutions: Transportation S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 8.Improve customer experience including a single platform for ticketing across modes ImplementedInter-modal e-ticketing system in pilot stage 9.Embark on behaviour change communication to increase buy-in for water- based transportation Implemented Introduction of free Life Safety jacketsLife Safety jackets Commenced an aggressive media and community based advocacy to increase rural to urban water- based transportation 21

22 Summit Resolutions: Transportation S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 10.Create park and ride lotsImplemented A statewide parking (on and off) policy approved. Completed the development of 10 Managed Parking Districts for concession to private investors 11.Inter-modal platforms within easy reach of residential areas ImplementedOn-going but real impact will be after the completion of the ongoing Blue and Red Rail lines. Emphasis is focused more on the expansion and improvement of connectivity of road based transport system 22

23 Summit Resolutions: Housing & Urban Renewal S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 1.Government should focus on building infrastructure as a means of reducing the cost of housing development ImplementedContinuous massive investment in infrastructural renewal and development (e.g. road network, drainages, power plants etc) 2.State should consider solely building infrastructure rather than establishing estates ImplementedNew sites and Services schemes being developed. 3.Encourage stakeholder integration in capacity building and planning to bridge the gap between the private and public sectors ImplementedAchieved in Isalegangan; Anikantamo, Adeniji- Adele in progress 23

24 Summit Resolutions: Housing & Urban Renewal S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 4.Create a credible regulatory framework: Quantifiable and credible data to facilitate private investment in affordable housing Implemented New real estate ventures Unit created in Min. of Housing Housing needs assessment survey commissioned State Housing Policy. 5.Develop vocational training to improve local capacity. Implemented Isheri VTC completed Existing VTCs revamped into Centre of Excellence for specific vocational skills. 6.Concentrate government efforts on social housing. ImplementedIntroduction of Lagos HOMS (Home Ownership and Mortgage Scheme) Mortgage based ‘ Rent to Own Policy. Over 3000 housing units completed and;completed Over 3000 units are at different stages of completiondifferent stages of completion 24

25 Summit Resolutions: Housing & Urban Renewal S/NResolutionStatusCurrent Status/Remark 7.Promote wider participation in development planning (the example of Rio de Janeiro) ImplementedStakeholders meetings held o Kosofe o Oshodi/ Isolo o Okobaba Relocation o Apapa Model Mega City Plan etc. o Model City Plans 8.Ensure adherence to the Housing Master Plan ImplementedRegularly monitored by Development Matters Department of the Ministry of Housing. 9.Plan residential settlements around industrial parks Implemented Katankowa Internet City Okobaba Sawmillers Relocation Scheme to Agbowa 25

26 Future Proofing the Lagos Energy Sector Lagos State Government in partnership UK Department for International Development (DFID) engaged Atkins to undertake a Future Proofing Cities Project on the Lagos Energy Sector. The aim of the project is to provide Lagos State with evidence based risk and opportunity evaluation to inform set of investable energy sector projects which support the PATH Agenda and embed resilience, flexibility and sustainability. Lagos Energy Sector Project is the First Future Proofing Cities Project in Africa. 26

27 27 Future Proofing the Lagos Energy Sector

28 State-Wide Energy Audits Over 13,800 locations have been audited so far Results reveal that: – Just under 10% of the power demanded by Lagosians is being met by the national grid – A total of over 17,000 generators; implying that every location has at least 1 generator – A total of approximately 162,000 litres of diesel is being consumed a day resulting in 178lbs of CO2 emitted per household per day – On average, Lagosians power themselves at a cost of N44/kWh; almost 4 times the cost of supply from the grid 28

29 Lagos Energy Locator Total Peak Energy Demand 14.8MW # of Generating Sets987 # of Distribution Sub- stations 40 # of Feeders (33kV)81 # of Feeders (11kV) Schools | 629,989 Students | 7,922 Classrooms Maryland Comm. Grammar School Mende Sub- station Case Scenario: Maryland Comm. Grammar School One of the goals of the state-wide energy audit program is to audit all state-owned facilities and identify all locations with on a mapping tool. 29

30 Lagos Energy Academy Targeted at developing employable, skilled technicians and professionals in the Lagos Energy sector Provides comprehensive, industry-standard technical and soft skills training in the power, public lighting, traffic management and energy development sectors The academy will also have assembly facility’s for streetlights (bulkheads) and traffic signals equipment Delivers socio-economic benefits by building local capacity Addresses the capacity building challenges within the energy sector. 30

31 THANK YOU 31


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