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The atmosphere of Ikosi-isheri Local Council Development Area was electrifying today, as members of both executive and legislative arms of the council were filled with joy.

They showered praises on the executive chairman of the Council, Princess Samiat Abolanle Bada, for putting smiles on the faces of the members by fulfilling One of the promises she made to create and provide a conducive environment and tools to aid all staffs. 

The Mayoress presents Toyota Highlander XLE 2018 to Her Deputy Mayor, SLG and other Cabinet Members, while each of the legislators got Lexus 330: 2004/2005 Model.

In her remarks while presenting the vehicles, the Mayoress thanked all the members for their usual support and efforts towards taking Ikosi-isheri LCDA to a greater hierarchy among his peers even amidst scarce resources. She said the presentation of these well deserved vehicles is to motivate them the more and ameliorate the stress of going up and down in the discharge of their official duties. 

Present to grace the occasion are Hon. Kafilat Ogbara, Hon. Babatunde Adetunji, Hon. Abiodun Martins, Mrs. Muyibat Balogun JP, Chief Adekoya (CDC Chair), the Council Manager: Mrs. Mercy Adeyemi, and the Council Treasurer: Mrs. Sobowale Oluyemisi. 






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