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LAMATA to compensate over 600 affected property owners for Mile 2 interchange project

The Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA)  has begun implementing the resettlement action plan for the proposed Mile 2 interchange project, intending to compensate over 600 affected persons.

Naijaonpoint obtained this from LAMATA’s statement on its official X account, detailing compensation plans for those affected by interchange construction at Marina and Mile 2, with Mile 2 as the current focus.

LAMATA’s Managing Director, Engr. Mrs. Abimbola Akinajo, oversaw the presentation of cheques to the affected property owners impacted by the forthcoming interchange construction. Engr. Olasunkanmi Okusaga, LAMATA’s Director of Rail Transport, represented her at the event.