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Oshodi-Isolo LG Chairman, Otunba Oloyede currently on annual leave

Contrary to rumour peddling around Oshodi/Isolo local government area about the chairman, Otunba Oloyede Almaroof been on wasteful trip to Europe, the industrious and ever-working chairman is on annual leave.
Information gathered has it that, Otunba Kendoo as the chairman is fondly refers to has been working tirelessly to ensure the entire Oshodi and its environ continue to enjoy the dividend of democracy by making sure all hands remain on desks.
“Chairman is a workaholic, despite the fact that he’s on annual leave, he still monitor and supervise all works and ensure all the contractors resume to site without excuse because all the project has a time frame and the chairman is on their necks to make sure they all delivers. For instance, if you visit Araromi Street and other street, you will confirm that men are at work.” Source in the local government disclosed
Meanwhile, since Kendoo took over the local council affairs, the Oshodi/Isolo local government chairman has replicate his business success story in governance and leadership.
From rehabilitation of roads, drainages and markets to facelifting schools and providing support for the less privileged amongst others, he left nobody in doubt that he meant serious business. These continue to endear him to the young and the old, the male and the female in the constituency who speaks glowingly of him and his fresh energy and penchant for development.
Living up to his promises, his administration has embarked on 35 roads and completed 32 and other infrastructure projects. Some of the roads completed include; Akinniku street, Ariyibi-oke street, Adeoye Street, Suwebatu street, Orona link, Macarthy street, Dosunmu street, Everett street, Trombi street, Adewunmi Ogefon street, Emmanuel street, Alh. Rufai street, Iretioluwa street, Adelaja street, Ogunlaja street,
Baderin street.
Others include Odalume street, Onikewunla street, Opo-Osun street, Liverpool Road, Araromi street, Mukadasi street, Bankojo street, Oredeyin street, Alade Street, Banjoko-Oredeyin link and hosts of others.
He has equally dug 25 boreholes in different parts of the local government in order to solve the water problem of the people. Supported business owners and less privileged people. He has given out scholarships, provided educational materials, to mention but a few.

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