Coalition of 114 youth base, in total number of 100,000 youths in Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA, the Executive Chairman, Bldr. Olusesan Daini, on the 15th of March 2023, hosted youthful people for the Saturday election at the council’s secretariat.

The youth meeting, which doubled as an interactive section, oriented youths on the need to participate in the oncoming Gubernatorial and Lagos State House of Assembly elections.

Bldr. Daini, who was also chaperoned by his Vice-Chairman Hon. Nureini Okedina-Maja and other youth Leaders in the LCDA, wielded the medium to address the youths on the need to rally their support towards the All Progressive Congress party candidates at all fronts.

Extolling the accomplishments of the ruling party, the chairman explained that If the performance of any leader has not positively transformed the lives of youths then that leader is not doing well.
Expressing that such negative traits cannot be attributed to the numerous leaders the APC has been delivering not only in Ikorodu division but in all of Lagos state and Nigeria.

Using the unemployment decline as a case study, Bldr Daini explained how jobs have been created right from the President-Elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s tenure as Lagos governor from 1999 to 2007, adding that Tinubu’s direction of leadership is still heeded to date.

Bldr. Daini continued, “If Tinubu can accomplish numerous feats, which have made Lagos an economic hub in the whole of west Africa, Imagine what he’ll do as President of Nigeria,”
On the path of the current Lagos governor, Bldr Daini indicated that the level of job created by Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu has reduced the level of crime normally recorded in the State because people are working more presently.

He also underlined other sectors where the present administration is toiling tirelessly to stimulate economic development.
“Approximately 25,000 youths will be removed from the space of unemployment due to the operation of Imota Rice Mill, which Mr Sanwo-Olu has established here in Ikorodu”.

Hammering on effective governance, Daini let out that bad policies affecting the APC government were put in place by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), which the ruling party is labouring hard all through the years to correct in the best interest of Nigerians, especially the vibrant youths.

In all, the council boss instructed the youths not to give up on the All Progressive Congress party leadership, asserting that great aid is coming.
Bldr Daini, in closing, notified youths to be on the ground on the 18th of March, not only to vote for the All Progressive Congress (APC) but also to canvass votes and give the ruling party a massive victory.

“Growth and development might not be as fast as we planned, but always remember that slow and steady wins the race. Let’s stay with the All Progressive Congress, it is going to be a new era for the youths” Daini added
Subsequently, An interactive section ensued as youths were given avenues to suggest points of synergy between them and the party’s mandates.

Engr. Ayotunde Shodeinde, from the Lagos State Public Works Corporation, LSPWC, lauded the council boss for assembling the youths and orientating them on the need to stand by the governing party.

Engr. Shodeinde, asked the youths to come out en mass on March 18th to show their overwhelming support for APC, asserting that a new entrance of modification is what they stand to gain from the ruling party.

All attendees, in a dialogue mode, affirmed their 100% support for APC party candidates, going into the March 18th gubernatorial and state house of assembly elections, at the high point of the meeting.

Other youths in attendance, who were indecisive at first (on the party to vote for) were thereon persuaded by the chairman to heave their backing to the APC.

2 youth representatives from the 114 bases across the LCDA were present at the gathering.
Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA consists of 264 CDAs with 5 wards.



Hon. Aro Moshood Abiodun (AMA) held a town hall meeting of APC leaders in Ikorodu Constituency II.

In attendance were Ward and LGA Executives, Ward Councillors, Executive Committee Members and the forty (40) Local Government Delegates across Ikorodu Constituency II.

The objective of the town hall meeting was to achieve purposeful reconciliation before going into the 2023 general elections.

Megalite event centre in Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA was the venue for the LGA’s and Ward Executives consultation meeting yesterday 22nd of November 2022.

In his speech, Hon. Aro Moshood Abiodun (AMA) expressed gratitude towards the leaders for the epoch-making responses to his call for the town hall meeting and readiness to work as one big family to record a landslide victory for all APC Candidates in the soon coming election.

Appreciating everyone for taking out their time to attend the meeting, AMA stated that soon enough, he’ll be taking his campaign to the constituency 2 regions i.e Igbogbo Baiyeku, Ijede LCDA and Imota LCDA, soliciting a massive show of support from all party loyalists.

Vowing his pursuit not to disappoint Leaders, Supporters, predecessors, AMA exhorted party-eligible voters to turn up en mass to vote for him during the election.

He continued, “My mission is to deliver quality representation for the good people of Ikorodu constituency 2 at the Lagos state house of Assembly, capitalising on the great feats attained by my forebears”.

“As a progressive; representing Ikorodu constituency 2 will keep me busy developing our region, likened to genuine inhabitants and government relationships”.
Illuminating different sectors he maintains interest to enhance across the region, AMA said that health, education, empowerment and social development would be his priority if elected.
According to him, youths will be committed to various work schemes in Igbogbo Baiyeku, Imota and Ijede while further plans will be put in place to ensure the community is safe for business.

Further charging stakeholders in attendance, Chairman of Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA, Bldr. Olusesan Daini called on all members to turn up and deliver a landslide victory to the party flag-bearers.

Bldr. Daini continued “We have over 100 polling booths in Igbogbo, 70 in Imota and 40 in Ijede, with 15 votes from each booth we’ll realise 3,000 accrued votes from constituency 2 to propel our candidates”.

Directing his words of guidance towards the constituency 2 candidate, Daini implores Hon. Abiodun not negate the promises he made to both leaders and supporters once he emerged victorious.

Expanding that AMA should gaze at the exemplary works of his predecessors and utilise them as a template to improve his constituency further.

“You should not get to the house of Assembly and stop listening to your leaders or people, it is a place for you to put the interest of the people first” Diani asserted in advising Hon. Moshood.
Former chairman of Ijede LCDA, who also contested for the house of assembly seat at the primaries, expressed his enthusiasm on the turnout and essence of the stakeholder’s meeting.

Hon. Fatiu Salisu noted, “It is the first stakeholders meeting AMA is having after his victory at the primaries, and to me, the meeting has been a fruitful outing because virtually all stakeholders from constituency 2 are present pledging their support”.

“We’re using this opportunity to also let the world know that we’re fully behind Hon. Moshood Abiodun Aro, which we’re going to demonstrate during the elections by the special grace of God”.
Adding that it’s Ijede’s turn to take a competent candidate to the house of assembly, Hon. Fatiu concluded that all hands must be on deck to ensure AMA emerge victorious.

Similarly, the Executive Chairman of Imota LCDA, Prince Wasiu Kunle Agoro and the Council Boss of Ijede LCDA, Hon Motunrayo Gbadegbo-Alogba took the stage to substantiate their massive support for Hon. Moshood Aro, who they deem a whiff of fresh air and a new era to the development of the people and the party.

Hon. Adewale Bolowotan describe November 22day, 2022 as a memorable because it was the day Hon. Aro Moshood Abiodun (AMA) Campaign Organization staged its first and successful stakeholders meeting.

More importantly, it was the day AMA had his mandate authenticated at the Supreme Court as the APC Candidate for Lagos State House Assembly, Ikorodu Constituency II.

Leaders at the event relatively lauded the LCDA council chiefs for gluing together to support Hon. Aro Moshood Abiodun, considering the synergy unprecedented and spice to adequately galvanise massive campaigns to secure electoral success in 2023.



Today, 1st September 2022, Bldr. Olusesan M. Daini flagged off second edition of Free Fibroids Surgeries in Igbogbo/Baiyeku LCDA.
The first edition of the exercise was conducted for five (5) women in April this year while another five (5) women will equally benefit from this second edition.

The visibly elated Council Boss, Bldr. Olusesan Daini expressed gratitude towards God Almighty for making first edition of the exercise a success and making provisions available for the second edition. He equally thanked Dr. Leke Dankuwo and Dr. Andu for their commitment to touch lives and partner with him to save lives.

He as well said “I am specially happy because the previous free surgery was successful and one of the beneficiaries is pregnant.”

He further noted that none of the surgery’s beneficials was ever known or seen by him before and after the successful surgeries; giving credence to the transparent nature of the process by the doctors. He then reiterated his promise that exercise will be carried out every quarter.

In his speech, The Council Manager, Mr. Akeem Akinsaya said the executive Chairman is actually not funding the project from the LCDA’s treasury but from his personal savings.

The HRM Oba Semiudeen Kazali, Adeboruwa of Igbogbo kingdom ably represented by the Iyalode of Igbogbo kingdom, Mrs Karimot commended the Executive Chairman for his compassionate leadership and saving lives.

Hon. Taiwo Orenuga, APC LGA Chairman, APC LGA woman leader, Mrs Esther Obayomi (Iya forum) gave words of encouragement and commendation.

In attendance also were all the Supervisors, LCDA’s MoH, Dr. (Mrs) Ibidapo Abosede Ojo, CDC chairman, Pastor Abayomi Adelakun, and Mr Tunde Afuape.



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.

Sanwo-Olu set to Improve Infastructural Development in Ikorodu, as work commences on Ijede-Gberigbe Road ~Ajasa-Info

•74 claimants get N500 million compensation on properties demolished for road projects

•Sanwo-olu praised all the six council Chairmen in Ikorodu Division for good representation

Chairmen of all the six local councils that make up Ikorodu Division which are Hon. Wasiu Adeshina Chairman Ikorodu LG, Bldr. Olusesan Daini Chairmnan Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA, Bldr. Banjo Adeola Chairman Ikorodu North LCDA, Hon. Sulaimon Kazeem Chairman Ikorodu West LCDA, Hon. Kunle Agoro Chairman Imota LCDA, Hon. Motunrayo Gbadebo-Alogba Chairman Ijede LCDA were in attendance with their Vice and Councillors. Also, members of the Governance Advisory Council (GAC) from the division attended the event. The intervention, Sanwo-Olu said, are initiated to address growing social vices and create platform for young people to realise their potential in sports, education and vocational development.

The Governor said more youth centres were at various stages of completion in some areas across the State, including Badagry, Orile Agege, Isheri, Epe and Ikeja, pointing out that the objective was not to leave young people behind in development programmes of the Government.

He said: “The visit to Ikorodu today is to meet and engage with our citizens to see first-hand, how programmes and policies of our administration are touching and impacting lives. This visit comes with a package of treats for the youth, as I am pleased to deliver the newly completed Ikorodu Youth Centre here in Ita-Elewa. Also being commissioned is a mini stadium built by our Government.

Ikorodu division has benefitted immensely from numerous infrastructure renewal projects initiated by the Sanwo-Olu administration in areas that include healthcare, housing, agriculture, education, drainage, roads and transportation. The Governor, last year, completed and commissioned Ijede Road, which opens into Ewu Elepe and Itamaga.

Ongoing projects of the State Government in Ikorodu include the construction of Agric-Isawo-Konu-Arepo Road, Ikorodu Roundabout, construction of Emuren Junction and Parafa Along on Ikorodu-Imota Road, upgrading of Bola Ahmed Tinubu-Igbogbo-Igbe Road, construction of Oba Sekumade Road, improvement project at Sulaimon Soderu Bypass and construction of Powerline Road in Akasoleri, among others.

Responding to Ikorodu residents’ feedbacks, Sanwo-Olu announced that construction work on the second phase of Ijede Road, which starts from Ewu Elepe into Gberigbe, would commence on Saturday, noting that the Government and the contractor had sorted all issues delaying the road project.

The Governor also informed the Ikorodu residents that the State Government had set aside funds for the overhaul of Odogunyan Expressway, a boundary road that connects Lagos and Ogun States. He said the only thing delaying the project was the counterpart funding from the Federal Government, promising that the rehabilitation work would commence on the road immediately the counterpart funds were made available to the contractor.

He said: “Ikorodu division offers the State a vast area of land for agricultural development. It is for this reason we chose the division as the site of the State-owned 32 Metric Tonnes per hour Imota Rice Mill, which is the largest in sub-Saharan Africa. We will be bringing Mr. President to commission the rice mill, which has annual production capacity of 2.5 million bags of 50kg rice.

“On business and investment front, our administration has facilitated the establishment of Libra Cycle, a Domestic Export Warehouse (DEW), sitting on 12 hectares of land in Ibeshe, and which serves as a bonded terminal providing depot services to eight of the world’s biggest shipping lines. We completed and delivered 480-unit homes in Babatunde Olushola Benson Estate, while also commissioning a 40 metric tonnes Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) Refill Plant in Igbogbo-Baiyeku Local Council Development Area (LCDA), thereby creating hundreds of jobs for young people in the supply chain.”

Sanwo-olu praised all the six council chairmen in the division for good representation which the All Progressives Congress (APC) has at the grassroots, urging them to deliver more projects that would change the lives of the residents.

Chairman of Ikorodu Local Government Area, Hon. Wasiu Adesina, acknowledged the Governor’s transformation strides and commitment to physical development of the town, stressing that all challenges being faced by Ikorodu residents were being gradually solved.

The council Boss said despite paucity of funds, all councils in the division had complemented the State Government’s efforts in road construction, strengthening of security architecture in the division, and empowerment programmes.

Adesina said: “We are delighted that you have shown exceptional courage in the manner in which you championed the course of the upgrade of Lagos State Polytechnic in Ikorodu to University of Science and Technology. On agriculture, it gives us a lot of joy that Ikorodu houses the biggest rice mill in West Africa. Your vision for Ikorodu development is becoming a reality and your policies have brought about laudable developments in the area of security, infrastructure, tourism, transportation, and job creation.”

The council boss appealed to the Governor on the upgrade of Odogunyan Industrial Estate and renovation of royal palaces in Imota, Igbogbo, Isiwu, Ipakodo, Ijede and Ibeshe.

In line with promises made to those affected by construction projects going on in Ikorodu, Governor Sanwo-Olu handed N500 million compensation to 74 claimants and worship centres whose structures were demolished to pave way for the construction of Igbe-Igbogbo-Bola Ahmed Tinubu Way.


There was joy inexpressible at the laying of foundation of Methodist Church Nigeria, Igbogbo’s new auditorium in Igbogbo.

Predicate to the demolition of physical structures by the Lagos State Government for construction of roads along Oba Adeboruwa Road; the ancient church (One of the oldest Churches in Igbogbo Kingdom), beside Oba Adeboruwa Palace is set to build a more glorious auditorium.

The presiding Bishop, Rt. Rev Samson Osundina. Bishop Metbodist Church Ikorodu Dioceses quoting from Haggai 2:9 said _”The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former, saith the LORD of hosts: and in this place will I give peace, saith the LORD of hosts.”

He commended every member of Methodist Church in Igbogbo for their perseverance, prayers, faith, faithfulness and commitment to the service of the Lord, particularly trying times.

He also praised the Executive Chairman of Igbogbo/Baiyeku LCDA, Bldr. Olusesan Daini for being a faithful, enviable, emulateable and results oriented member of Methodist Church Nigeria in political office.

Also in attendance was Dr. Ogunlaja, the Chairman of Igbogbo Development Association.

The anointed man of God rained prayers on the building committee members, ministering Grace to them for manifolds excellence.


Today Tuesday, 8th of February 2022, the Yoruba Council of Youth Worldwide (YCYW) coronated Bldr. Olusesan Mayokun Daini as Asoju Odo Oodu; a hearty congratulations to Omo Oodua Pataki. Comrade Olatunbosun Gold, Director of Students Affairs and Community Development, YCYW said Bldr. Olusesan Daini is eminently qualify for the title as a youth that have repeatedly displayed excellent characters, notable sponsorship and supports for youths and culture as an enviable Yoruba descendant in public office. In the company of Comrade Olatunbosun Gold were Comrade Oladeji Michael, Social Secretary, YCYW, Lagos Chapter. Omidan awoniyi Elizabeth, Secretary YCYW, Ekiti Chapter.

Omidan Adedayo Ibukun, P.R.O YCYW, Delta State – Shekiri Chapter. While receiving the staff office, Bldr. Olusesan Daini expressed is gratitude and pledged to continue his efforts in promoting Yoruba culture while stating his efforts in establishing Egbe Omo Yoruba Descendants in South Africa and other Southern African countries. Present at the coronation were the Vice Chairman, Hon. Nuraini Okedina Maja, Council Manager, Mrs. Mojisola Ogabi and Chief of Staff, Hon. Adewale Bolowotan.


In a bid to improve its internally generated revenue so as to have an outstanding 2022 fiscal year, Igbogbo/Baiyeku LCDA engaged OS integrated professional Service, a professional revenue consultants in the state, to train her revenue generating personnel.

The training that was tagged Strengthening Local Government Revenue was multifaceted training that had a special section for the management team and super section for the newly inaugurated revenue committee and all the staff of the revenue department.

The Executive Chairman, Bldr. Olusesan Daini noted the importance of the training after making available everything the revenue committee will ever require for optimal revenue performance.