The Lagos State Government has lost in any event N2.5bn in extended income because of the conclusion of the Lekki cost court and the Ikoyi Link Bridge cost square over the most recent 95 days.
The figure was acquired from the every day and month to month targets set for the tollbooths by the Lagos State Government, which claims the tollbooths however is being overseen by the Lekki Concession Company.
The Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge is relied upon to produce about N10m day by day, while the Lekki cost square isn’t required to create under N16.6m every day.
This suggests that the Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge has lost N950m, while the Lekki cost court has lost N1.5bn.
This paper gave an account of October 19, 2020 that N234m was lost during the conclusion of the tollbooths in the initial nine days of the #EndSARS challenge police mercilessness.
Following the savage turn the dissent took after it was seized by punks, the tollbooths had stayed open.
The Judicial Panel of Inquiry and Restitution set up by the Lagos State Government to examine instances of ruthlessness and basic liberties infringement submitted by agents of the broke down Special Anti-Robbery Squad requested that the tollbooths ought not work until hearings were finished up.
The Managing Director, LCC, Mr Abayomi Omomuwa, told the board that he was unable to state how much the cost doors had lost.
The direction for the Lagos State Government at the board, Olukayode Enitan, made an application for the resuming of the Lekki Toll square for fixes and protection.
In any case, Justice Doris Okuwobi (retd.), who heads the board, deferred the issue till January 29 for additional thought of the use of the LCC.
A Lagos State chief, nonetheless, told our reporter that the Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge was required to create about N10m day by day, while the tollbooth along the Lekki-Epe Expressway was relied upon to produce about N16.6m every day.
As per the official, the Ikoyi Link Bridge produces about N300m every month, while the tollbooth along the Lekki-Epe Expressway creates about N500m month to month.