Following the sacking of Visionscape Sanitation Solutions Limited (VSSL) and the return of Private Sector Partnership (PSP) waste operators to the metropolis on the order of Lagos State House of Assembly, the Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) has taken over $50 million fleet of trucks belonging to the environmental utility group, New Telegraph findings have shown.
Besides, investigations revealed that the Managing Director of Visionscape, Mr. John Irvine, has relocated to Kenya to oversee the company’s projects in other East African countries, while many staffers of the company in Nigeria have been laid off.
This development was as a result of the controversies between the House of Assembly and the executive on one hand, and between Visionscape and PSP operators, on the other hand, over the waste management contract.
New Telegraph also discovered that the company has removed its signpost from the Ikoyi office.
New Telegraph, January 16, 2019
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