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Fashola Shuns Security Council Meeting, Attends Investors Forum

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola SAN (left), with  his entourage being conducted round the  Trading Floor  of the Bank of America Merril Lynch by the Managing Director and Global Head of Emerging  Markets, of the Bank ,  Mr. Bernard Mensah  (right) shortly after the Governor’s Special Interactive Forum with Emerging Markets Investors  on the  State’s focus  areas of Power, Agriculture, Transportation and Housing (PATH)  held  at  the Bank of America Merrill Lynch , King Edward  Street , London  on Friday  April 25, 2014
Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola SAN (left), with his entourage being conducted round the Trading Floor of the Bank of America Merril Lynch by the Managing Director and Global Head of Emerging Markets, of the Bank , Mr. Bernard Mensah (right) shortly after the Governor’s Special Interactive Forum with Emerging Markets Investors on the State’s focus areas of Power, Agriculture, Transportation and Housing (PATH) held at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch , King Edward Street , London on Friday April 25, 2014
The Lagos State Governor on Thursday shunned the Security Council meeting scheduled for Thursday to discuss issues of security brought about by recent bombings by radical Islamic Sect, Boko Haram and abduction of over 220 girls writing examination at the Girls Secondary School Chibok, Borno State.

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It will be recalled that the All Progressive Governors(APC) had to postpone their congress to enable all the governors attend the extended security council meeting.

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But the Lagos State governor rather travelled to far away London to attend the Emerging Market Investors Forum incidentally on a day that there was rumour of imminent attack by the sect on the Lagos Ibadan Express way.

The Emerging Market Investors Forum was also attended by the likes ofof America, Corporate Credit Research and Global Research, CEEMEA. The meeting focused on power, agriculture transportation and housing.

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Report contributed by Temisan Ejoor, Lagos

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