12th September, 2011
The chairman of Ejigbo Local Council Development Area of Lagos State, Kehinde Bamigbetan, believes that the good works his administration has done in the last three years is enough to show Lagosians that he deserves to continue the good job his administration started.
Bamigbetan has completed two primary schools, Ageke and Ailegun Primary Schools, although the latter is yet to be completed. He has reiterating his promise to ensure that education is radically revamped in the LCDA. He has also made good his promise in the area of infrastructure. His administration has built four primary health centres, a customary court and seven public schools.
His administration has built an abattoir to create jobs and given GCE forms to indigenes of Ejigbo. Explaining his passion and determination to better lives, he said: â€œI want to improve my LCDA because I believe they voted for me for this reason. This is also the vision and mission of my party and you can see it at the state level.
“Former Governor Bola Tinubu and the present Governor Babatunde Fashola have proved that the dividends of democracy are attainable in Lagos,â€ he said.
Bamigbetan opined that Ejigbo LCDA is one of the working LCDAs in Lagos State with ostensible projects to show for it.
He said the projects commissioned by the Deputy Governor Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire and Commissioner for Environment Hon. Tunji Bello showed that his LCDA is dedicated to delivering the quality.