By on November 3, 2022 0 355 Views

Councillors in the Legislative arm of Ojokoro Local Council Development Area have embarked on a two day inspection tour of various development projects in all seven wards in the LCDA.

The Councillors, led by the Leader of the Legislative House, Hon. Tunde Oyekunle described the inspection tour as part of their oversight functions, to see how far the Executive Committee of the Council have impacted on the lives of people of Ojokoro LCDA.

Some of the projects inspected by the Councillors are roads, drainages and culverts constructed at Felicia Coker street (Ward A); Amusan street (Ward B); Anu Oluwapo street (Ward C); Ijaoye street (Ward E) and Akinyele street (Ward G) amongst others.

Hon. Oyekunle who spoke on behalf of the lawmakers expressed satisfaction on the standard of all the projects inspected, as he commended the Executive Chairman of the Council, Hon. Hammed Idowu D. Tijani, fondly called H.I.D, for the execution of the laudable projects, which he said would ease the movement of traffic and also boost economic growth in the beneficiary communities.

He urged all residents of the various communities where the projects are sited to cooperate with the government in ensuring proper maintenance of all the various projects, for their own benefits.

The Councillors promised that such inspection exercise will be carried out periodically, in order to ensure that funds collected by the Council both from the state and federal governments, as well as internally generated revenue are judiciously utilised on developmental projects which would benefit the people of Ojokoro LCDA.

The Councillors also urged residents in the seven wards to endeavour to collect their Permanent Voters Card (PVC), to enable them perform their civic responsibilities by voting for candidates of their choice in the forthcoming 2023 general election.

It would be recalled that the administration of Hon. Tijani has embarked and completed various developmental projects in all the seven wards in Ojokoro LCDA, during it’s first tenure while more projects have also been completed and some are still on-going as it’s second term progresses.

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