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Lagos: We’ll continue to tap from US experience on security, others -Sanwo-Olu

 By Lukman Olabiyi

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, yesterday, said his administration will continue to work closely with the United States Government to deepen a mutually beneficial relationship on security, business and entertainment, among others, to better the lives of its citizens.

Sanwo-Olu stated this when he received the United States Consul General to Lagos, Williams Stevens, and his delegation in office, at the Lagos House, Marina.

The governor welcomed the U.S Consul General to Lagos and described the state as the heartbeat of Nigeria, state of excellence and aquatic splendour with a huge youth population and direct investments with the United States.

In his remarks, the US Consul General said his country was poised to improve economic relationship, bilateral trade, work together to combat crime, while partnering to prioritise education, cultural engagement and entertainment among initiatives that would lead to investments in the state.

-Sun

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