SOMOLU LG MAYOR ‘DULLAR’ CHARGE RESIDENTS TO BE DUTIFUL


…inspects Ogunnaike street construction

…make case for hygienic environment

The Executive Chairman of Somolu Local Government, Hon. Abdul Hamed Salawu, had charged residents of the area to be dutiful in fostering government projects in their area.

According to the multiple awards winning council Mayor, Dullar, while addressing the issues of structures blocking the construction going on on Bashua and Ogunnaike streets upon the inspection of the ongoing road construction on Ogunnaike street, he stated that structures that are obstructing road constructions should be relocated or removed for the benefit of the community and compliance to the technical specification of such road construction.

The Executive Chairman made it known that road construction is to the benefit of residents, visitors and road users whose route is the area where good roads are constructed. He also assured people of his council area that more road and school constructions will soon start as the Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu Primary Health Centre is near completion. He also emphasis the issue of cleanliness of residents to make people more healthy.

According to the Supervisor Councilor for Works and Infrastructures, Alhaji Kabir Raji, the 284km road with covered drainage system of both sides will be completed in few weeks from now.

Recall that roads constructed by the Dullar led administration of Somolu Local Government includes Ige, Onafowokan, Eyo, Shipeolu Link, Awe Crescent, Opeloyeru, Abeokuta, New Balogun, Bailey, Akinsanya and other streets.

Moreover, Bolaji Omupo, Ogunnaike, Adedoyin, Ajose, Babayemi and Bashua roads are under construction as the Workaholic Chairman is set to change the face of the council secretariat to an ultramodern millennium taste with the neighbouring streets.

However, the people loving Mayor has charged the residents to be concerned with the affairs of their community and its development as roads, schools, water and hospitals belong to the people and must be protected by the people. “All the social amenities belong to the people, it’s our duty as government to provide a standard social amenities to the community and we hand them over for public usage and benefit”, Dullar said.

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