Ifelodun Council Chairman, Okeowo calls for more commitment as Exco Members receive official cars

The Executive Chairman of Ifelodun LCDA, Hon Olufemi Akanbi Okeowo has charged the members of the Executive Committee to be more committed, steadfast and dedicated to the responsibilities of their offices.
Ifelodun Council Chairman, Okeowo calls for more commitment after distributing official cars to Exco Members

The Executive Chairman of Ifelodun LCDA, Hon Olufemi Akanbi Okeowo has charged the members of the Executive Committee to be more committed, steadfast and dedicated to the responsibilities of their offices.

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Okeowo stated this during the handing over of the official cars, he noted that “It is not enough to have official cars when you failed to discharge the duties assigned to you, reward for good work is more work, your comfort is very paramount to our administration because we are partners in progress”

“It will gladden my heart when my EXCO members accompany me to official occasions in their own Vehicles, but remember that this is tax player’s money, let us give more to the society we have come to serve here”

The Council Chairman distributed official Vehicles to members of the Executive committee which includes , Secretary to the Local Government Hon.Rahamon Lanre Rasheed, Supervisor for Agric and Rural Development Hon.Ademola Saheed Aransi, Supervisor for Education and Library Matter’s Hon. Abdul Rasheed Abdul Rahman, Supervisor for Transportation Alhaji Daud Somotan, Supervisor for Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation Mrs Bola Ariyo Olanrewaju,

Others are the Supervisor for Community Development and Chieftaincy Matters Alhaji Nurudeen Mohammed, Supervisor for the Environment Mrs Modunat Abidemi Oyefolu, Supervisor for Works and Infrastructure James Kehinde Olaosebikan, Special Adviser to the Chairman on Budget Hon. Sani Lanre Mustapha, Special Adviser to the Chairman on Special Duties Ahmed Mayegun and Special Adviser to the Chairman on Health Dr. Raphael Adeleye Oyedun

 

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