HON. NURUDEEN ALIMI SET TO HOLD ONE WEEK FREE VOCATIONAL TRAINING, EMPOWERMENT ~Ajasa-Info

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Hon. Nurudeen Alimi set to hold One Week Free Vocational Training & Empowerment through the Executive Chairman of Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA Bldr. Olusesan Daini and the Apex leadrrship of Igbogbo-Baiyeku, Asiwaju Olorunfunmi Basorun & GAC member Lagos State in conjunction with Life Changer Foundation.

In a bid to provide means of additional income to the people of ward C3, their is a popular saying that says “Multiple income is a secret of wealth”


Date: Monday 22nd – Saturday 26th, August 2022.
Venue: Anglican Primary School, Offin Ile

Courses:
1. Hairdressing
2. Makeover
3. Bread making/ baking
4. Cut & Sewing
5. Household items
6. Soap, Air freshener, Dettol, Izal and others.
7. Bread Making

For Registration Contact:
Mr Jamiu on
08023373875
WhatsApp or SMS

HON. NURUDEEN ALIMI FACILITATES HEALTH CENTRE TO ORETA COMMUNITY, WARD C3 ~Ajasa-Info

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Hon Alimi facilitated 20 beds Health Centre to Oreta community in ward C3 through the joint efforts of the Executive Chairman of Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA Bldr. Olusesan Daini.

He also extend his profound appreciation to Bldr. Olusesan Daini the Executive Chairman of Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA, Asiwaju Olorunfunmi Basorun member GAC Lagos, HRM. Oba AbdulSemiu Orimadegun Kasali Adeboruwa of Igbogbo, Hon. Babajimi Benson, Hon. Princess Orelope Adefilure SSA on SDGs to the President.

According to Hon. Nurudeen Alimi he said
“This will reduce health burden of the oreta community residents and neighbouring communities”

Inspection to the site was last week Friday 5th August, 2022, as at Wednesday 10th of August the site has been duly cleared and ready for construction.
The contractor, Mr Mathew promise to commence construction immediately.


In attendance are: Bldr. Olusesan Daini Executive Chairman Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA, The Council Leader, Hon Alimi Nurudeen, Baale of Oreta, Chief Adejupe, Hon. Bolowotan, Super for civic engagement
Hon Olowu, Super for tourism & special duties.
Contractor, Engr Mathew and staff of works department of the Council.

LAGOS STATE COUNCILLORS FORUM HOLDS INAUGURAL MEETING IN IGBOGBO-BAIYEKU LCDA ~Ajasa-Info

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The Lagos State Councillors Forum held her inaugural meeting yesterday at Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA, the councillors forum which cut across the whole of 20 LG and 37 LCDA in Lagos state.

History beckons as the Executives were elected based on their rare display of determination to succeed, dexterity in legislative work, upholding of integrity, trustworthiness and charisma.

The host Chairman Bldr. Olusesan Daini the Executive Chairman of Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA, in his welcome address “I welcome you all to our great LG, I’m excited to host the 376 councillors here in Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA Secretariat, my advice to you all is to be bond together, truly they will be fight but always settle you dispute amicably don’t let third parties to interfere in your matters, I wish you all the best of luck”

Presentation of Certificate to the Executives

“I congratulate the Chairman Hon. Nurudeen Alimi, other Executives that will pilot the affairs of the association, and on behalf of the Conference 57 Chairmen in Lagos State we appreciate your support since the commencement of our administration and we plead for your continuous support.” He added

Barr. Kolade Alabi the Chairman conference 57 in Lagos State, and double as the ALGON President, in his remarks “Today we are here to celebrate with you all, and I cherish and love this gathering and I wish we should have more of this Interaction, I thank you for giving us that peace in all LG in Lagos, I’m also using the opportunity to thank the three states that are here Ondo, Osun, Ekiti and I’m sure you’re enjoying the hospitality of Lagos, and how you’ve seen how we’re operate in Lagos, Thank you for honouring our invitation, and I’m sure my people will reiterate when it’s your in your various states.

“Once again I thank you all for being a partner in progress in all the 57 councils in Lagos State, God bless you”

Meet the Executives:

  1. Hon. Alimi Nurudeen. State Chairman
  2. Hon. Arogunbade A. Kehinde. Vice Chairman West
  3. Hon. Barakat B. Akande. Vice Chairman Central
  4. Hon. Musediku Monsuru O. Vice Chairman East
  5. Hon. Wale Fayemi. General Secretary
  6. Hon. Ajose O. Hakeem. Treasurer
  7. Hon. Wusu Solomon Adefemi. Fin. Secretary
  8. Hon. Akinbowale Olanrewaju. Auditor
  9. Hon. Odegbesan Victoria O. Welfare Officer
  10. Hon. Akindele Taofik . Legal Officer
  11. Hon. Rilwan Ajenifuja. Social Secretary
  12. Hon. Olasunkanmi A. Adekola . PRO
  13. Hon. Towolawi Abayomi. Organizing Secretary
  14. Hon. Disu Kamorudeen. Assistant . Secretary
  1. Hon. Kiki Emmanuel. Assistant . Treasurer
  2. Hon. Bamgboye Oluwatoyin. Asst. Fin. Secretary
  3. Hon. Ikujenya Olawale . Assistant Auditor
  4. Hon. Nurudeen Badger. Assistant Welfare
  5. Hon. Bakare Olatunde. Assistant PRO
  6. Hon. Olaleye Rasak Aremu. Asst. Org. Secretary
  7. Hon. Oyebona Olawale M. Ex. Officio
  8. Hon. Awotunde Idowu Philips. Ex. Officio
  9. Hon. Babatunde Dosunmu. Ex. Officio

In attendance Oba AbdulSemiu Kasali the Adeboruwa of Igbogbo kingdom ably represented by the Adeboruwa in council, The Executive Chairman of Ijede LCDA Hon. Motunrayo Gbadebo-Alogba, The Vice Chairman of Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA Hon. Nureni Okedina Maja, Religious Leaders, CDC among others.

HON. NURUDEEN ALIMI: ENOUGH OF NOMENCLATURE BLUNDERS ~Ajasa-Info

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It’s so funny that the Supervisors are called Supervisory Councillors.


A Supervisor is different from A councillor,
Supervisor is by appointment while Councillor is by election through a democratic process.


The Councillor is the law maker at Local Government level representing his people at ward level, saddled with responsibilities of representation, law making, oversight function and mediation.


While Supervisor is saddled with the responsibilities of assisting the Executive Chairman at the designated department in overseeing the affairs of his ministry and reporting directly to the Executive Chairman. He supervises the Head of Department (HOD)
Please great council leaders, use the screening exercise as avenue to educate the new executive members appointees from SLG downwards before creating confusion in the local government.


Also, it’s germane to tactically educate the management and staff of the Local Government on correct nomenclature.

In addition, the administrative guideline of Lagos state 2011 is very clear on this.
The letter from the state is also clear on it. They were referred to as “Supervisor ” not “councillor supervisor” nor “supervisory councillor”.

It is necessary to clear on order at the local government level.
The Council Chairman is 001
The Vice Chairman is 002
The Council Leader is 003
The Deputy Leader is 004
The Majority Leader is 005
The last councillor takes position before the Secretary to Local Government (SLG) and followed by Supervisors.

We are running family government with decorum, It’s good we follow the rule and law rather than placing the cat before the horse.
The legislative and executive arms have been enjoying fantastic synergy for the past eight months and we pray it is maintained and sustained throughout the tenure.


I use this opportunity to thank His Excellency Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, the Executive Governor of Lagos state and conference 57 led by the ALGON President, Barr. Akolade Alabi David for ensuring release of Supervisors list, you displayed true democracy.

I also congratulate the Supervisors across the state those already screened by the legislative arm of the Local Government, sworn in by the Executive Chairman of the Local Government wishing you a successful, blissful and promising tenure.


My advise to the Supervisors and Special Adviser is to ensure you play an unalloyed loyalty 100% to the Executive Chairman and respond accordingly to the legislative call for clarification and information as at when due through a letter of invitation routed through the Executive Chairman.

Let’s continue to discharge our duties diligently, in accordance with rule of law and due process in order to sustain our name and position as pace setter across the nation.

Signed:
Hon. Alimi Nurudeen Alowonle,
Chairman, Lagos state councillors’ Forum