Concerned Ikorodu Division Youths Interact With Ikorodu LG Chairmen, Stakeholders ~Ajasa-Info

The Concerned Ikorodu Division Youths (CIDY) is an association of professional youths that cut – across the six Councils in Ikorodu Division and established for the purpose of promoting and engendering developments in the division.

“In our quest to contribute to the deepening of the Local Government Administration in Ikorodu Division, especially in the area of assisting the administrators of the six councils in finding solutions to the myriad of challenges confronting them, the Concerned Ikorodu Division Youths (CIDY) has scheduled an interactive panel session to brainstorm on the issue.”

“Hon. Kehinde Bamigbetan, a former Commissioner for Information & Strategy, former Special Adviser to the Governor on Local Government and Community Affairs, two – term Council Chairman and former Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Lagos State, has accepted to be the Keynote Speaker of the session.”

“Dr Oluremi Nurudeen Olaleye, Rector of the Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH) is the Chairman of the panel session.”

“The six Council Chairmen in Ikorodu Division have been scheduled to speak on their experience as Council Chairmen and the challenges been faced as a direct participants in local government administration.”

“Aside from this, there will be at least seven panelists drawn from different backgrounds that would speak on the issue.”

“We are also expecting about stakeholders across the Ikorodu Division to participate in this interactive engagement. Among which are political leaders across parties, youth groups, unions, CDC, opinion leaders and women advocacy representatives among others.”

The event is scheduled as follows:
TIME: 11.00AM

For further enquiries: 08055407717, 08028288025, 09064000583, 07017030435.

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