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Mayoress Princess Samiat Abolanle Bada Distributes Educational Materials to All 12 Public Primary Schools in Ikosi Isheri LCDA

The streets of Ikosi Isheri LCDA yesterday and today witnessed a heartening sight as Princess Samiat Abolanle Bada, the Executive Chairman, embarked on a mission to distribute educational materials to public primary schools. Dressed in the respective uniforms of each school visited, Princess Bada's gesture resonated with the spirit of new beginnings, reminiscent of a fresh intake eager to embark on their educational journey. This annual intervention, facilitated through the Mayoress Educational Support initiative, aims to enhance learning opportunities for young students across the community. As a witness to this remarkable event, the symbolism of Princess Bada donning the uniforms of the respective schools added a touch of sincerity and camaraderie to the proceedings. Her attire served as a visual representation of her solidarity with the students and staff, fostering a sense of unity and inclusivity within the community. Accompanied by the members of the executive council led by

Ikosi Isheri Education-Support Initiative Distributes 500 Free Year 2024 JAMB Examination Forms to Qualified Candidates in Ikosi Isheri LCDA

  In a bid to empower the youth and promote access to higher education, the Ikosi Isheri Education-Support Initiative, under the leadership of Mayoress Princess Samiat Abolanle Bada, has distributed 500 free Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) forms to students in Ikosi Isheri Local Council Development Area (LCDA). The distribution event, held at the Senator Adebayo Osinowo Hall, witnessed a gathering of esteemed guests, political and community leaders across the LCDA, and most importantly, the enthusiastic young beneficiaries of this initiative. Mayoress Bada, in her poignant speech, emphasized the pivotal role of education in societal progress. She reiterated the LCDA's commitment to nurturing a culture of learning and growth, ensuring that every child in the community has the opportunity to fulfill their potential. Since assuming office, the administration has prioritized community-centric programs, with the yearly distribution of Free JAMB/UTME forms being a corners

CAMEROON TEAM Camp before their Match against Nigeria, and How Nigeria react after the victory

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Ijede LCDA Chairman Extends Heartfelt Birthday Wishes to Chief Mrs. Olajumoke Benson

  In a gesture of goodwill and celebration, the Executive Chairman of Ijede Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Hon. Motunrayo Gbadebo-Alogba, extended heartfelt birthday wishes to Chief Mrs. Olajumoke Benson, wife of the Member of the House of Representatives, Rep. Babajimi Adegoke Benson. In a statement released earlier today, Hon. Gbadebo-Alogba conveyed her warm felicitations on behalf of the people of Ijede LCDA to Mrs. Olajumoke Benson, who marks her 50th birthday. The chairman described Mrs. Benson as "mother to many, a successful entrepreneur, and the chief supporter and confidant of my boss and leader, Rep. Babajimi Adegoke Benson, the lawmaker representing Ikorodu Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives. Quoting the Executive Chairman, she said, "I heartily felicitate with Mrs. Olajumoke Benson on the occasion of her 50th birthday. On behalf of the good people of Ijede LCDA, I wish her many more rewarding years ahead. I pray the good Lord continue to

EMPOWERING DREAMS: Unveiling the 3rd Edition of Free JAMB Forms by Hon Barr Moyosore Ogunlewe under the Kosofe Concern Initiative

   📢 3rd EDITION OF FREE JAMB FORMS Hon Barr Moyosore Ogunlewe, through the Kosofe Concern Initiative, presents the 3rd edition of Free JAMB forms. Elevate your future by applying now and seizing this opportunity for an enriched educational journey. #KosofeConcernInitiative | #Educationforall SCREENING REQUIREMENTS: 1. ELIGIBILITY:    - A. Candidates must be residents of Kosofe Local Government.    - B. Age requirement: 16 years or above before November 2023.    - C. SS1 and SS2 students are not eligible.    - D. Parents or guardians are not allowed at the screening venue. 2. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:    - A. Present photocopies of NIN and LASSRA cards for screening.    - B. If you have O'Level Result, bring a photocopy along. DATE: 29th and 30th of January, 2024   TIME: 9am - 4pm Daily   VENUE: Kosofe Local Government Secretariat (53/55 Ogudu -Ojota Road, Ojota) For inquiries, call/WhatsApp: 09064580623 (9am - 5pm) Kòṣọ̀fẹ́ ẹ yọ̀ yọ̀ fún ẹ, mo yọ̀ fúnra mi Signed Comrade Oluw


   … As Lagos Produces List of 283,003 Beneficiaries of N25,000 For Three Months  The Federal and the Lagos State Governments are currently perfecting arrangements to commence the disbursing of N25,000 for three months to 283,003 vulnerable households identified in Lagos State under the Renewed Hope Cash Transfer programme launched by the Federal Government in 2023.  Ahead of the commencement of the disbursement of the support funds, an enrollment training exercise that will aid the capacity-building of the nominated 186 Cash Transfer Facilitators (CTFs) and equip them for the task took place in Lagos on Tuesday at Ostrall Hall, Ikeja.  Speaking during the training programme, the Commissioner for Wealth Creation and Employment in Lagos State, Hon. Akinyemi Ajigbotafe informed that the initiative was part of efforts of the Federal Government to mitigate the economic shocks arising from Government's Policies, Natural Disasters, or Pandemics that negatively affected rural and urban li

Paving the Way to Progress: Mayoress Bada's Triumph in Ikosi Isheri LCDA Infrastructure Development

  Laying of Asphalt Completed at Olanrewaju Street, Ward E, Ikosi Isheri LCDA In a remarkable stride towards fulfilling her commitment, Mayoress Princess Samiat Abolanle Bada oversees the successful completion of asphalt laying at Olanrewaju Street. Keeping true to her promise made last year, the dedicated leader ensures that ongoing road construction is finalized before the advent of the new year 2024. This significant accomplishment not only reflects the Mayoress's dedication to the community but also highlights the commitment to delivering on vital infrastructure promises. With the completion of asphalt laying, Olanrewaju Street now stands open for public use, providing enhanced accessibility for residents and contributing to the overall development of Ikosi Isheri LCDA. The progress at Olanrewaju Street further exemplifies the Mayoress's commitment to the Works & Infrastructure agenda, underscoring her proactive approach to community development. #GreatNews! #IkosiIsher

Kosofe's Pioneering Transit Initiative: A Beneficial Leap Towards Progress and Connectivity

  In the lively streets of Kosofe, a new beginning is unfolding. Honorable Barr Moyosore Ogunlewe, the dedicated Executive Chairman of Kosofe Local Government, introduces a significant initiative – four state-of-the-art hiace buses. These buses symbolize progress and optimism, offering a grassroots benefit and palliative to counter the impact of the federal government's fuel subsidy removal. Navigating through key areas such as Oworonsoki, Ifako/Gbagada, Anthony/Mende/Maryland, and Ojota/Ogudu, these buses operate from 7 to 9 in the morning and 4 to 7 in the evening. Providing a seamless and complimentary travel experience, they alleviate concerns about the return journey, presenting the community with a gift of effortless mobility. Embracing this journey means embracing newfound freedom. Beyond being a mere transportation mode, this transit system emerges as a vital lifeline for the local community. As part of the Kosofe Cares projects under the Kosofe Concern Initiative, these bu