Oshodi-Isolo LCDA seeks CDA’s collaboration on security bye-law
By Edith Obioma
Secretary to the Oshodi-Isolo Local Govt, Hon. Taoheed Abiola
In continuation of enlightenment on the recent bye law on security made by Oshodi-Isolo Local government legislature, the Council has sought collaboration of Community Development Associations (CDAs) on the proper execution of the law.
As a follow up on the recent meeting held with all the CDAs and CDC in Oshodi community by the LG Chairman, Hon. Bolaji Muse Ariyoh, the Secretary to the Local Government (SLG), Hon. Taoheed Abiola, engaged Shogunle CDAs executive members in a dialogue to further shed more light on the bye law and its execution.
Cross section of the CDAs executives
Abiola thanked the CDAs for their cooperation and understanding and assured them that their suggestions would be considered with a feedback soonest.
The Chairman of Shogunle central CDA, Alhaji Olowoyin in his welcome address thanked the SLG and the entire cabinet of Hon. Ariyoh for their great vision to work in collaboration with the CDA/CDC across the LGA.
He appreciated their efforts with the belief that the administration started on a good note and would surely fulfill the electoral promises to its people.
He therefore pledged the support of the CDAs on the policy that would benefit the community.
During the deliberation, more light was shed on some areas to enlighten the executives more on the law as the meeting afforded them to ask questions while answers were provided for clarity and adequate understanding.
An expert on security matters, Chief Ogunsakin explained in details the importance of the bye-law, urging the CDAs to drop the fear of the past as they have been empowered with the law to make collection, recruitment and prosecution of any house easily.
He advised that the CDAs should play their part by cooperating with the government to have a secured environment.
In the same vein, the Councilor representing Shogunle ward who doubled as the Chairman, committee on education, Hon. Femi Mustapha, implored the community leaders to set to the quick commencement of the execution of the bye-law.
The meeting, chaired by Alhaji Olowoyin, had executives from Temidire, Olori Saka Fabukade, Bello Owosho, Opo Osun, Ajisegiri, and Araromi Onikewu nla CDAs in attendance.