Wednesday, 14 March 2012


The Chairman of Ikosi-Ejirin LCDA, Prince Ganiu Olusegun Adetola has promised to evolve an administrative strategy that will change the face of the LCDA and establish a firm infrastructural development that will stand the test of time. The Chairman disclosed this at the commissioning of a block of six classrooms, which included the provision of Chairs, Benches and tables, to the Anglican Primary School, Museju-Mutakun, in commemoration of his 1200 days in office. He also commissioned the newly renovated multi-purpose hall, Primary Healthcare Centre and distributed three electrical transformers to various communities in the area. Prince Olusegun stated that prior to the inception of his administration, the state of infrastructure in the area was in deplorable condition. As such, he is determined to bring change to the council area, through a sustainable development aimed at realizing the aspiration of the people in the community. He added that his administration in realizing the set goals in the council area, has embarked on the construction of good roads, provision of infrastructural facilities and repositioning of the machineries of government which would move the Local council forward. According to him, “the recognition of the essence of healthy living through the development of hygienic environment and improvement in the educational sector would be the focus of the LCDA from time-to-time”. However, he admonishes the people to assist the government by making judicious use of the facilities provided, stressing that this will in the long run reduce the overhead cost of the LCDA. In his remark at the occasion, the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Remi Ibirogba, who was represented by the Director of Press and Public Relations, Mrs. Ronke Osho commended the initiative of the Chairman, while imploring him to continue to improve on his service delivery to the people in the area. Also present at the ceremony were top Government Functionaries, Royal Fathers, Community Leaders, and Dignitaries from all walks of life. RO/TMS/FO

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