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Ado-Odo/Ota LG Chairman Visits Olota Of Ota, Finds Solution To Traffic Gridlock Within Ado-Odo/Ota And Flagged Off Anti Malaria Net Distribution

The Executive Chairman, Hon. Sheriff Adewale Musa popularly known as SAM20 on Thursday 26th of August, 2021 paid a courtesy visit to the Paramount king of Aworiland, Oba Abdulkabir Obalanlege Lanlege Ekun II, the Olota of Ota as the Royal Father marks his 55th birthday anniversary.
SAM20, appreciated the Royal Father, Olota Council and all the Coronet Kings present during the visit for their unflinching love and supports in ensuring the gateway to Gateway State perform greatly.
He also used the opportunity to seek for fatherly guidance from the revered King and wished him long life as he mark his 55th birthday anniversary.
On his part the Olota of Ota appreciated the chairman and his entourage for the visit, as he promised to support SAM20 administration to better the life of his people within Ado-Odo/Ota. He implore the chairman to be a good ambassador of the people and showered Royal blessings on him.
The chairman went with his reliable Vice, Hon. Olatunbosun Animashaun, Leader of Ado-Odo/Ota house Hon. Bukola Balogun, also on the train was HOLGA, Dr. Adesanya and heads of departments in the council secretariat.
On the same day the chairman makes a move to curb traffic gridlock at Oju-Ore and other spots, as he meets with Security Agencies and other stakeholders to find a lasting solution to the menace the traffic as caused to the economy benefit to the people of the area and the local govt as a whole.
In an attempt to find a lasting solution to the perpetual traffic gridlock on the major roads within Ado-Odo/Ota Local govt, SAM20 alongside security agencies and other stakeholders took a walk down to Ojuore, as they check the major reason and proffer solutions to it.
In his words after the inspection, “We are going to be civil about it at first and later embark on enforcement for us to achieve maximum results.
Earlier in the day, the council chairman and Olota of Ota flagged off distribution of Free Net to the people of Ado-Odo/Ota LGA to fight malaria in our society.

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