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LCDA holds meeting to discuss aftermath of EndSARS protest in Lagos

The Coker Aguda LCDA ably led by Hon. Omobolanle Adetutu Akinyemi-Obe on Thursday 29th of October, had a stakeholders meeting to discuss aftermath of the pandemonium caused by the protesters of #EndSARS that affected major parts of Lagos State.
The meeting which was presided by the Vice Chairman Hon. Muyiwa Kalejaiye had the Executive Chairman joined virtually to administrate proceedings.
She implored the six Balès who are the overseers of the Ojora of Ijoraland in Coker/Aguda lcda, to plead with His Royal Highness to approve a parcel of land for the construction of a police post in Orile side that is part of Coker/Aguda LCDA.
According to Lanre Oguntoyinbo, the Special Adviser Information and Strategy Coker/Aguda LCDA, “To the glory of God, on Friday, the 30th of October 2020, His Royal Highness Oba Fatai Aremu Oyeyinka Aromire Ojora, the Ojora of Ijoraland approved a piece of land within Orile Community for the construction”.
“The Executive Chairman of Coker/Aguda LCDA Hon. Omobolanle Adetutu Medinat Akinyemi-Obe received the news from the Balogun of Ojora land. The Baba Oja General of Lagos State, Chief Wasiu Balogun. She immediately got the approval of the exco to write the CP of Lagos State Mr Hakeem Odumosu to seek for an approval to construct a police post that must be completed within 3months.
“The Council Boss also pronounced that the post will be a temporary abode for the police pending the time the burnt police station will be rebuilt.
“The chairman appreciates HRM for his quick response to urgent situations and his magnanimity to the betterment of the citizens and residents of Orile Iganmu in general.
“Those in attendance were the 6 Baales of Orile Community, The Baba Oja General of Lagos and Balogun of Iganmu land Alhaji Wasiu Balogun, Iyalode of Coker, APC LGA Chairman; Comrade Wasiu Salimon, The CDC Chairman; Alhaji Olaogun. The youth leaders in Coker/Aguda lcda, the Council Management and members of the council exco.
“Also are Representatives of NURTW, RTEAN, Vigilante, LNSC, OPC, Ndigbo, Hausa, Chief Imams and CAN, Oguntotinbo added.