Minister sets up Committee to Revamp National Stadium Lagos

Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Akin Dare
Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare
Minister sets up Committee to Revamp National Stadium Lagos
After years of neglect, hope for the rehabilitation of the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos was revived  on Tuesday with the inauguration of a task force that would  midwife the process.
Speaking during the inauguration of the committee, Minister of Youth and Sports Development Mr. Sunday Dare said the committee has a mandate to bring back the lost glory of the edifice.
“The National Stadium, Lagos holds a lot of fond memories for our sportsmen and citizens at large. We shall no longer allow our infrastructures to lie waste. The Moshood Abiola, Ahmadu Bello, Awolowo National stadiums shall be put to best use. Abuja and Kaduna are at advanced stage, Lagos has approval for concession. Before the process is complete, we need to restore sanity to the place.
“So, the work of the task force is cut out. In the past, we had interlopers, now it is going to be fixed to serve our teeming youth. The task force will carry out its assignment according to the law of the land.”
The terms of reference of the commitee include; carry out audit of approved tenants, verify details of tenancy agreement, come up with list of all aporoved and unaporoved  physical structures and approved construction, list of all squatters and their business, investigate staff of the Ministry who allow the presence of the squatters, carry out a detailed analysis of all revenue generated at the stadium and take inventory of all shops and businesses within the stadium premises.
The commitee headed by the Permanent Secretary  Mr. Gabriel Aduda is made up of 13 members drawn from the Ministry and the organized private sector.
The committee has 21 days to complete its assignment.
*Media Office to the Minister of Youth and Sports Development*

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