Obe urges pilgrims to pray for Ejigbo, warns them against misconducts
By Olushola OKewole
The Chairman of Ejigbo Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Hon. Monsurudeen Bello (Obe), has charged the Ejigbo intending pilgrims to be good ambassadors of the community and the country as a whole in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
In a statement by his Special Assistant on Media, Adebayo Nurudeen, Obe assured that his administration is committed to the overall wellbeing of all Ejigbo people and residents.
He urged the pilgrims to make the community proud through their conduct in the holy land as he warned them to desist from any act that could incriminate them in the holy land, appealing to them to adhere strictly to the rules and regulations.
“God has been good to us in Ejigbo as we have lived peacefully with one another. The peaceful coexistence is as a result of prayers by Ejigbo people and residents, and we are determined to create a community that will be fair to all,” he added.