In Pictures: Lagos State First Medical Helicopter Landing & Take Off Site Commissioned By Ambode

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August 11, 2016 – Photos: Lagos State First Medical Helicopter Landing & Take Off Site Commissioned By Governor Ambode

See photos of Lagos State first Medical Helicopter landing and take off site (Helipad).

It was commissioned at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital in Ikeja Lagos today by Governor Ambode.

12 thoughts on “In Pictures: Lagos State First Medical Helicopter Landing & Take Off Site Commissioned By Ambode

  1. Congratulations to the Lagos State Governor and the entire team. This is progress and proof that they are learning from the rest of the civilized world. I notice he has gained so much weight and can hardly fit into his suit. Na so the chop dey plenty for Nigeria? Why hasn’t Obama and the rest of the world leaders gotten so fat in 8 years in office? I beg, chop Nigeria soflty o.

  2. what a wonderful innovation… thank you Governor Ambode more grease to your elbow..
    #IT_CAN_ONLY_GET_BETTER

  3. Good job! But what baffle my mind is that, this helicopter is meant for the politician alone and heavy pocket loaded people.

    • You are absolutely [email protected] venerable but this is type if development we have been hoping for. At least this is an effort in trying to match up with the rest of the civilized World. There are some certain improvements we supposed to be engaging ourselves in if we don’t want to be left in the darkness. This is just an examples. We need more of these live saving Helicopter to make life comfortable for our citizens. I still remember in the early 80’s when then former Lagos State governor Lateef Jakande wanted to build a metro-rail transportation project which could have solved part of our transportation problems. He was seriously opposed by less vision colleagues in senate. They regarded that development as a waste of money. That could have created jobs for some people and the money realized can be used to pay workers salary and maintenance. Today, in some advance nations metro-rail is still used as fastest mode of transportation if you aiming to get to your destination on time. Notable and meaningful people in society who ride most expensive cars still park their cars to ride on a metro to avoid traffic congestion. This is a welcoming idea. I hope other states will emulate this type of development.

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