Wednesday, July 3, 2024



Ambassador Ogunsola Adesina 'Lanre FCPA, Executive  Chairman  Obafemi-Owode Local Government, Owode Egba has said to embark on laudable projects in the Council area aforesaid that the tangible projects would be for grassroots development in the Local Government Area.

He mentioned that the achievable breakthroughs during his led administration are necessary for people at the grassroots to feel the impacts and reason for adopting democracy across the communities in the LGA.

The projects to be commissioned listed are: Borehole Project at Ijemo Olusi in Onidundu ward, Asipa, Elewuro in Mokoloki ward, Odofin Igbore Moloko Asipa ward, Oba Erin in Oba ward, A Block of Classrooms, construction of Prince Dapo Abiodun viewing center and Electrification of Ogunmakin village transformer caveattimesonline Newspapers NG learnt. 

However, Ogunsola during  live program on Splash FM yesterday, 2nd July 2024 highlighted quantum of projects commissioned during his three years tenure and in the meantime, the led administration in the LG will come to an end on 26th of July 2024 thanking God for being there for them.

According to him, Several sectors such as Health, Education, Security, Economy, Rural Electrification, and Infrastructure Development were adequately touched. 

When he was asked to highlight his achievement during his 3 years in office as the Chairman of the LGA by the Anchor, he said he would continue to give Almighty God the glory for securing the lives and properties of residents of the LG, said the security has been drastically dealt with since the year he started his tenure appreciating the Executive Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun's support in ensuring people are protected from kidnappers, robbers and others. 

He stated that the Governor, Prince Abiodun whose commitment and confidence on security is worthy of note confirmed that He engaged the local securities and the security agencies in a collaboration to ensure security is taken seriously in the LGA. 

Reacting to the land matters, Ambassador Ogunsola assured the aggrieved communities in the ongoing land tussle at Obafemi area, which is the LG of Ogun state of urgent solutions to promote peaceful coexistence between the dwellers of the local government. 

He said he would do everything possible to find lasting solutions to the land tussle, noting that he was aware of the protest staged to the Ogun State House of Assembly yesterday by the aggrieved persons saying he would meet the parties involved after the invitation of the State House of Assembly today 3rd of July 2024. 

That the area being the largest Local Government in Nigeria sharing boundaries with Remo North, Ikenne, Sagamu, Odeda, Abeokuta South, Ewekoro, and Lagos State.Therein, he had embarked on road projects in the communities that would able the farmers transporting there farm produce to the various Market and this communities are : Onidundu, Oluwo village, Asagbe, Eleyele, Soseri, Akinlagun, Akogun, Oke Odofin, Laloko, Erunbe, Erunwon, Itori, Mosanre numbering to thirty were graded to be motorable for farmers and residents. 

"We have successfully graded Kobape, Akorede, Alaafia community, and others, We moved to Oba area where we graded Alagada, Kajola, Baase, and others because we believed we are sorrounded by rural communities, we graded Laderin and stopped due to the rainy season" Said Ambassador Ogunsola Lanrewaju Adesina 

About Health, he said Ofada General Hospital was resuscitated purchased needed facilities, that Ajura Health Center had been placed on equal ground to deliver quality health delivery.

We constructed market stalls and complexes for our market people and their issues are always attended to promptly. 

When he was asked about where he got the funds to execute all the projects, he said he got a lot of assistance from the State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun and the Internally Generated Revenues of the LG were managed to ensure they deliver, noting that there are synergies amongst his Legislators and executives in the Council ensuring sacrifices to serve the people diligently.

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