Ogidi community hails Governor AbdulRazaq’s prompt response to school rehabilitation, waste evacuation


Appreciates KPMO’s intervention

Ogidi community in Ilorin West Local Government Area of Kwara State has commended Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq for responding promptly to their call for his intervention in the rehabilitation of Bani Community Secondary School and the evacuation of the abandoned dump site in Ogidi community, Ilorin.

The Chairman of Ogidi Community Development Association, Alhaji Shehu Onibata, made the commendation during a visit to the first phase of the completed school rehabilitation project alongside members of the Kwara Progressive Media Organization (KPMO).

Alhaji Shehu said he and the entire people of the Ogidi community were pleasantly surprised that a few days after expressing their demands through Kwara Progressive Media Organization (KPMO) seeking the Governor’s intervention for the rehabilitation of the only secondary school serving the community and the evacuation of the abandoned dump site within the community, prompt action was taken, which he said was unprecedented in the history of Ogidi community and environs.

The Ogidi APC ward Chairman, Mallam Tunde Olohunosebi, in his remarks, appreciated KPMO for escalating their concerns in the community and also described Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq as a ‘Talk and Do’ Governor while also thanking him for commencing work on the school without delay.

He also noted the quality of work done at the evacuation of the heap of refuse abandoned in the community for decades, and it has been completely carried out to the satisfaction of the entire community, he added.

The project manager, Engineer AbdulHakeem, also commended the stakeholders of the community for the support they gave to him and his team towards the success of the first phase of the school rehabilitation project.


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