The Orile Agege Local Council Development Area (LCDA) has commissioned Omotoye Estate and Coker Street recently to commemorate the Chairman Sunday Babatunde Johnson’s 100 Days in Office.
Johnson while opening the street at Omotoye, in Agege said the new roads are part his campaign promises to renew, rebuild, restore and bring rapid development to all nooks and crannies of the local council.
He said the occasion was convened to appreciate God for his mercies on the administration since its inception as well as to give account of stewardship to the electorate who voted him into power because “they believe in our capability to transform Orile-Agege.”
Johnson said the slogan: renew, rebuild and restore has become the watchword of his administration and has been propelling the administration to go the extra mile in providing social amenities that has been easing the people’s tension.
Stating that the administration’s other focus was to upgrade the standards of the five markets in Orile Agege, Oja Oba Ultra-modern market, Dopemu market, Abibat Mogaji, Idera ultra modern market and Agunbiade.
“The first point of call when we assumed office was a familiarisation tour of all the Police Stations under the jurisdiction of the LCDA, and we took steps to combat the incessant security challenges prone to Agege Communities. We visited the Divisional Police Officers of Elere, Abbattoir and Dopemu, to partner the security agencies to combat rising hooliganism and criminality at Orile Agege.”
Johnson said that within 100 days, the administration has provided slaughter slab and built the perimeter fence for AbibatMogaji market being the only market that slaughters and offer the sale of Pork meat within the area.
Also 20,000 exercise books have been distributed to Public Primary Schools in the community within the 100days in office as a way of propelling children to greater heights in life and 250 GCE Forms.