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...set to inaugurate other completed projects
Monday 31st October 2022
Odi-Olowo Ojuwoye LCDA has disclosed a plan to begin the reconstruction and rehabilitation of roads across the LCDA in the spirit of coming Yuletide for the people of the LCDA to ease both vehicular and human movements on the roads within the LCDA.
Disclosing this in a statement, the Chairman of the LCDA, Hon. Rasaq Olusola Ajala stated that a date has been fixed for the inauguration of other completed projects.
The council boss made this known this morning in his office after the executive and management meeting.
According to the chairman, the roads earmarked for construction are:

√ Olomowewe
√ Jinadu
√ Adeshina
√ Awoyokun
√ Olohunisola
√ Olohunibe
√ Akorohunfayo
√ Ereko
√ Ashabi

He added that the drainages on Ashabi, Ereko and Akorohunfayo Streets will also be constructed.
The chairman also listed the roads earmarked for rehabilitation. They are:

√ Industrial Crescent
√ Adeshiyan
√ Buraimoh
√ Folayemi
√ Oyewole
√ Shyllon
√ Fafolu
√ Kumuyi
√ Buraimo
√ Awoyejo
√ Smith
√ Fagbile
√ Bada
√ Alhaji Lasisi
√ Agunbiade
√ Ilupeju road
√ Post Office Road
√ Bank Lane.

Hon Ajala stated further that these roads were due for reconstruction and rehabilitation, stressing that the delay was due to the persistent rains in the past months.
He added that "The council is also set to inaugurate some projects. These include the two ICT centers, one at Ajenifuja Primary School in Ilupeju and the other at St. Martins Primary School at Danmegoro with 60 sets of computers and an E-Library in each of the centers.
"We will also inaugurate the Customary Court within the premises of the council and reopen the newly modernized Ayantuga Health Center.
"To secure our public primary schools within our LCDA, our government has approved the employment of Adhoc staff as security men to guard the facilities.
"The council will also distribute one thousand three hundred and fifty benches and desks to public primary schools across the LCDA," he said.