Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has marked the bill denying open touching in Lagos into law.
The lead representative consented to the bill at the Lagos House on Monday.
This is coming 11 days after the State House of Assembly passed the bill that restricts open steers brushing in the state.
In the wake of passing the bill on September 9, the Speaker, Mudashiru Obasa lauded his partners for their energy to see that the state keeps on developing.
The issue of open-brushing has been a touchy one in the nation as it has made a crack between the southern lead representatives and pastoralists.
As a feature of measures to contain the killings, the southern lead representatives met in Lagos on July 5 and had broad ends on open brushing, rebuilding Nigeria, and calls for state police.
After the gathering, the Chairman of the Southern Governors Forum, Rotimi Akeredolu, said the lead representatives conceded to a cutoff time for the declaration of against open brushing law among its part states.