The Ogun State Bureau of Lands and Survey officials, along with other top government officials, visited the agency to learn more about its organizational structure, operational procedures in the Geographic Information Systems Unit, and other land information procedures, according to the Lagos State Government.
This was announced on Tuesday by the state’s acting surveyor general, Ayokunnu Adesina, who also said that governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu had given his approval for the mapping of the entire state to update previous mapping projects from 2009 and 2021, respectively.
“What we do is to be transparent about our processes, and our trajectory has been one of leadership continuity,” Adesina added. Your team will be familiar with the methods, techniques, and technology used by the State Surveyor-Office General’s in
it has a unit for geographic information systems. “Therefore, we will anticipate that you will revisit your plan and make adjustments based on the knowledge gained. The OSSG has previously hosted delegates from the states of Sokoto, Gombe, Nasarawa, Delta, Ekiti, and Kwara to learn about the good work being done in Lagos. Our team will continue to carry out its duties as professional surveyors in order to realize the state government’s vision for a bigger Lagos.
Mr. Akande Emmanuel, Senior Special Assistant, Legal at the Bureau of Lands and Survey, Ogun State, responded by stating that the purpose of the visit was to ascertain the specifics that had made the OSSG in Lagos a reliable ally in land and survey affairs.
He said, “Our team came to Lagos to build capacity and learn about international best practices in efficient land administration.