About brf

"Give us Men, Men of thought and reading, Men of light and leading, Men of loyal breeding" - J. Holland

Lagos State has been endowed by God with an exemplary leader whose noble vision and mission are inspired by a matchless passion for his beloved state...

From one end of Lagos to the other, in diverse sectors including roads, secu-rity, health, education, environment, housing and job creation, there is abundant evidence of democracy dividends being delivered for the benefit of the people... Read more

What brf stands for

Astute… Prudent… Thoroughbred…

Overwhelmingly re-elected for a second term of four years at the April 26, 2011 Gubernatorial polls, Governor Babatunde Fashola (SAN) of Lagos State is the recipient of the 2009 Yikzak Rabin Centre for African Development Governor of the Decade for Peace Award and the recipient of the 2010 Award of Excellence in Leadership of the Martin Luther King Jnr. Foundation.

BRF stands for -

  • 01.
    EducationQualitative education is non-negotiable  
  • 02.
    EnvironmentClean & beautiful environ-ment is healthy  
  • 03.
    HealthcareAccessible & affordable healthcare for Lagosians  
  • 04.
    HousingEstates, mortgages and better processing speed  
  • 05.
    JobsPartnership & policies that put more people to work  
  • 06.
    SecurityMore than 75% drop in crime rate within 2 years  
  • 07.
    TourismEyo Festival puts Lagos on global tourism map  
  • 08.
    TransportationBRT is a global transport model  
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Testimonials

  • You have done all of us proud; so proud we must be, considering your achievements, the achievements of a colleague whose administration has become a reference point for respon-sible and responsive leadership...”
    Former NBA President,
    Chief Rotimi Akeredolu
  • Nigeria must change. With what is happening in Lagos, there is ample evidence that nothing is impossible. Fashola, you are leading by example...”
    Governor of Edo State,
    Comrade Adams Oshiomhole
  • Last year, he promised that he would render account. To some, it may look a commonplace thing, but to me, it is a big thing because in Nigeria, render-ing of account is not commonplace...”
    Former Managing Director of First Bank Nigeria Plc,
    Mr. Jacobs Moyo Ajekigbe