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Fashola Upgraded tundefashola.com Website for N78 Million – LASG

by on August 8, 2015
 

By Yemi Adebowale

In 2014, the Lagos State Government under Governor Babatunde Fashola SAN spent the sum of N78 million for the upgrade of the website – www.tundefashola.com according to a budget report on the website of the Lagos State Public Procurement Agency. The contract, according to the contract details, was awarded to Info Access Plus Limited.

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Meanwhile, shock, disbelief and condemnation from Nigerians have greeted the discovery which was first drawn to public attention by BudgIT – a civic tech organisation, raising the standards of transparency, civic engagement and accountability most especially in public finance.

FullSizeRender(4)Reactions from some Nigerians in the social media responding to news about the development are presented here.

 

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  • Pst. Larry Hover
    August 8, 2015 at 8:42 am

    It’s regrettably lugubrious that such an amount can be spent on building/ designing a mere website, in sooth it repugnant to natural justice equity and good convenience and inconsistent with spending policy. He should refund that balance money ASAP. Nigerians are not illiterates. We know what it will cost. Ahh. Fashola, U and your Opon imo brothers

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  • Jboy
    August 8, 2015 at 11:17 am

    Honestly am finding it so difficult to belief, if it is true, the should be asked to make refund and prosecuted. This is total wickedness and stealing.

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  • Jboy
    August 8, 2015 at 11:19 am

    Honestly am finding it so difficult to belief, if it is true, then he should be asked to make refund and prosecuted. This is total wickedness and stealing.

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  • jibo
    August 8, 2015 at 11:25 am

    It is so sad that a governor of your status,having served the state meticulously could involved
    in an act so despicable.Although i see count it as a rumour , you need to come out in public and clear yourself of all these allegation.Contrary to this i may be compel to say i am highly disappointed in you sir.

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  • August 8, 2015 at 3:08 pm

    APC people ,in my view, are like pot calling kettle black or a bunch of fake prophets. How on earth only a website for just one man costs that humongous sum for God sake in the country where many go to bed with empty stomachs many times in their lifetimes? Not even Bill Gate, Warren Buffet, Carlos Slim etc websites will cost that much if we find out.Ha, there is God oooooooooooooooooo!

    I hope Buhari , the president that has promised to spearhead change in that party with the probe of the immediate past regime, will look into this and many more mind-boggling allegation financial sleaze by his own party men and let the change start from there.

    Anything short of this is nothing but injustice against God and Nigeria people.

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  • Jodine Henri
    August 8, 2015 at 8:55 pm

    Fashola is a pen robber

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  • Aloy Kris
    August 8, 2015 at 10:39 pm

    This is another fraud by President Jonathan. How can he and his PDP renegades charm Fashola, the best Governor Lagos has ever produced, to upgrade a website for 78M? Hahahahhaa, change indeed! These guys ganged up and rigged GEJ out because he is from the South South, anfd wanted to do things right, yet Nigerians were so blinded that they fell for it.
    Now let me see how GMB will eradicate “kuaraption” in Nigeria and survive these Criminals in Power!!!

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  • joooor o
    August 9, 2015 at 7:42 am

    enough of this madnesses abeg.if you have genuine proof send it to anti-gaft agency and stop making noise. i hate noise maker.

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  • alacrity
    August 9, 2015 at 12:32 pm

    l an m not surprise at all bcos I have said b4 that all thèse governors chanting Change are corrupt and many can of worms would be opened more as we time goes on and urge everyone to exercise patience

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