Itire/Ikate LCDA: Council Chairman seeks community support for infrastructural development initiatives

By Innocent Raphael

In a bid to propel infrastructural development, the proposed 114 road projects across the 57 Local Government/Local Council Development Areas (LG/LCDA’S) in Itire-Ikate have sparked engagement and collaboration among stakeholders.

This was evident in a stakeholders meeting held on Wednesday, focusing on the construction of Salami Bashorun Street.

Led by the Executive Chairman, Hon. (Dr.) Ahmed Olanrewaju Apatira, the meeting emphasized the crucial role of community involvement and support for the forthcoming infrastructural development initiatives.

The development came to light through a statement released by Balogun Lukman, the Chief Press Secretary of Iture LGA, on Wednesday.

During the meeting, Hon. Apatira assured residents of additional infrastructural projects in the pipeline, underscoring the Itire-Ikate LCDA’s commitment to enhancing the quality of life for its inhabitants.

He further urged residents to cooperate fully with the appointed contractor, Rockdorm Integrated Services Limited, to ensure the timely and successful completion of the project, which is slated for a duration of 6 months.

The statement asserted that withRockdorm Integrated Services Limited at the helm as the contractor, expectations for efficient execution and quality workmanship are high, setting a precedent for future endeavors within the community.

Notable personalities present included Alhaji Ayinde Kushimo, the Itire-Ikate APC Chairman, and Eng. Fatai Adelani, the CDC Chairman, highlighting the collaborative spirit between political, community, and business leaders in driving progress and development initiatives within the locality.

In his remarks, Engineer Ajose, representing the project contractor, provided insights into the technical aspects and logistics of the construction plan, fostering transparency and understanding among stakeholders—an essential element for building trust and ensuring accountability throughout the project’s lifecycle.

According to the statement, the involvement of various stakeholders, including the 5th Itire-Ikate Legislative Arm, Cabinet Members, Council Engineer Eng. BA Badmus, and management staff, reflects a comprehensive approach to governance, incorporating diverse perspectives and expertise.

It further disclosed that the active participation of party executives and CDA executives emphasizes a unified front in pursuing common goals and addressing communal needs, fostering a sense of ownership and collective responsibility among residents.

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