Constituency projects : Ogun assembly requests Rep. member to follow due process


 The Ogun assembly has tasked Mr Abdel -Majid  Adekoya,  member, representing , Ijebu North -Ijebu East -Ogun Waterside Federal Constituency,  to engage necessary government agencies and follow due process in the implementation of developmental projects within his constituency. 

Mr Olakunle Oluomo,  the Speaker, stated this while responding to the submissions of his Deputy, Oludare Kadiri (APC- Ijebu North II ) who spoke  under personal explanation during plenary in Abeokuta on Friday. 

Oluomo noted that the present administration under the leadership of Gov. Dapo Abiodun remained committed to accommodating collaborative efforts that would complement its developmental programmes across the state. 

The speaker explained that the Federal lawmaker was expected to liaise with the state government through the state Ministry of Works and Infrastructure on modalities and construction specifications for the smooth construction of standard roads to aid human and vehicular movements.

The speaker directed the House Committee On Industry, Trade and Investment to engage the management of the Quarry company being operated by the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation Limited (CCECC) and the youth in the host communities of the company on the implementation of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects for the benefit of the Company’s host communities. 

Earlier, Kadiri while commending  Gov. Abiodun for the reconstruction of Igan road in Ago Iwoye  debunked rumour in some quarters that the state government ordered the stoppage of the construction but rather requested for the submission of the structural designs of the roads for verification and assessment in line with the stipulated standards.

Outlining the roads which surface were already excavated for construction by Hon. Adekoya, which he failed to complete to include Fibigbade, Isamuro, Abobi and Ayegbami roads, the Deputy Speaker enjoined the Federal lawmaker to ensure that all roads he had opened up were fixed, just as he called on him to follow due process on the reconstruction of Igan road.

 Kadiri also complained about the negligence of the CCECC to its host communities, noting that the company had refused to put up any corporate social responsibility project for the benefits of the host communities, but had continued to cause damage to roads within the area due to the weight of its heavy duty vehicles.

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