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The Council Chairman of Ibeju Lekki Local Government, Hon Abdullahi Sesan Olowa on Saturday 30th April, 2022 embarked on a thorough inspection tour to PHC’s and Primary Schools in the Council Area.

The energetic Council Boss who was accompanied by the Supervisory Councilors took on Orofun Community Town Hall as the first port of call. Hon. Olowa at the site called on the contractor to speed up work as it is unnecessarily taking long.

Hon. Olowa and his entourage proceeded to the Roman Catholic Mission (RCM) Primary School, Orimedu to have a first hand on site assessment of facilities while calling on the contractor to deliver quality as well as giving the School a good outlook.

Meanwhile at Community Primary School Iberekodo, the Council Chairman while inspecting the facilities called on the contractor to deliver efficiency in addition to a standard football field capable of holding track and field events.

Primary Health Care Centre, Solu Alade was the next port of call as Hon Olowa assured that the Health Centre will soon meet up with standards of quality health care delivery.

At the PHC Ibeju, the ward and emergency rooms were inspected as well as the renovated doctors quarters which is almost at its completion stage.

Moving on to the PHC at Ayeteju, Hon. Olowa assured that after the project completion, the Health Care Centre will be a model of quality health service delivery as it will be well equipped to standards.

The entire entourage led by the Council Chairman moved to inspect the ongoing legislative Chambers building, a project which was inherited from the past administration. Hon. Olowa assured on its speedy completion.

While at Labora Community Primary School, it was indeed a sight to behold as the school has taken shape with a well constructed fence.

The Council Chairman of Ibeju Lekki Local Government, Hon Abdullahi Sesan Olowa is optimistic that most of the projects will be on completion soon as the Council Area is set for greater repositioning.

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