Residents Task LG Chair Over Development


Residents Of Aboru/Ifesowapo in the Agbado/Oke-Ode Local Council Development Area of  Lagos State, South West Nigeria, have called on the state government and the local  council to look into the issue of bad roads in the LCDA. They added that the deplorable  situation has continued to affect their social and economic lives.

Roads and culverts begging for immediate attention in the area include abandoned bridges  and culverts at Ogo-Oluwa and Edun-Meiran road.

Others include Victor Fagbemi, Quadri, Ayo Afolabi, Holy Timothy, Unity and Arogun  streets, where the vice chairman, Dr.  Rufus Arogundade, lives among others.

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Speaking with Lagos Bulletin, T. O. Aregbe, a community leader in the area, said the  refusal of the chairman of the LCDA, Pastor Kenny Okunmuyide, to appear on Lagos  State-owned Radio Lagos and LTV phone-in programmes Aye Daade and Access 57 designed for  all LG/LCDA chairmen to give account of their stewardship to the electorate, is a pointer  to the fact that he has not performed.

Meanwhile, the residents have urged Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola to call the chairman  to order by asking him to respect the constituted authority and people’s mandate to  appear on Aye Daade and Access 57 programmes on Radio Lagos and Lagos Television  respectively, to give account of his stewardship.

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