SAM 20 ASSURES KORO-OTUN, ITELE, AYOBO PROTESTERS ON POSITIVITY. - AMEBO ONLINE NEWSPAPER

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SAM 20 ASSURES KORO-OTUN, ITELE, AYOBO PROTESTERS ON POSITIVITY.

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The Executive Chairman of Ado-odo/Ota Local Government Hon. Sheriff Adewale Musa a.k.a SAM 20 has assured protesters from  koro- otun and Itele communities that his government will do everything within its power to relieve the hardship faced by road users in the council area.

The Chairman made the comment when he was addressing the leaders of the protesting communities who stormed Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government today Monday, 18th October 2021 in their numbers to register their grievances in respect to the state of roads which are in devastating shapes throughout the aforementioned communities.






Hon Musa explained to them that his government will do everything in its power to reduce the hardship of commuters in Itele and Ikoro -otun communities.
He further stated that his government has been in contact with necessary authorities as regards roads generally in the council area.  

The council Boss register his displeasure as regards the pains the people are going through.
 He also said that it was a very unfortunate situation because it is a problem that the people of the  communities cannot do without. 

Hon. Musa also informed the gathering that as soon as the  rains subsides, they should expect the government to provide some palliative measures to reduce the hardship. He added  that, his government will not relent at putting adequate pressure on government primarily concerned be it State or Federal government of the current state of the roads in the council area.

Earlier speaking, the Area Community Development Committees Chairmen  Mr Fatunbi Mufutau and Mr kilani Fatai of ikoro otun and itele communities respectively appreciated the prompt attention given to them by the ever responsive council boss .

 The Head of Local Government Administration Dr Bamgbose A.O appealed to the community leaders to continue to engage government in dialogue rather than violence.


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