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Lagos LG Chairmen promise enhanced democracy dividends in 2024

The Chairmen of Local Governments in Lagos State have pledged increased benefits of democracy for residents in the forthcoming year, assuring citizens of more developmental initiatives. They conveyed these assurances in individual New Year messages, urging continuous support from residents for governmental plans.

Mr. Ganiyu Egunjobi, Executive Chairman of Agege Local Government, expressed gratitude for the consistent support received from residents in the past year. He promised a relentless effort to further impact lives within the council area in 2024, building upon the achievements of the previous year.

Egunjobi highlighted the execution of life-changing projects across sectors like education and health in 2023 and emphasised the council’s commitment to delivering more projects beneficial to residents in 2024.

Mr. Olushola Ajala, Executive Chairman of Odi-Olowo Ojuwoye Local Council Development Area (LCDA), extended appreciation for residents’ support and assured them of increased democratic dividends in the new year. He also called for unified support for President Bola Tinubu and Governor Babajide Sanwoolu for enhanced development.


Dr. Ahmed Apatira, Executive Chairman of Itire-Ikate LCDA, urged Nigerians to renew their commitment to the country’s progress and development in the new year, advising against actions that could hinder national development.

Similarly, Mr. David Famuyiwa, the Executive Chairman of Agbado Oke-Odo LCDA, expressed gratitude for residents’ support and pledged continued efforts toward community improvement.

Mr. Hammed Tijani, Executive Chairman of Ojokoro LCDA, encouraged hope for a better country in 2024, calling for unity and resilience to overcome challenges and foster positive changes.

These messages collectively underscored a commitment to enhancing the quality of life for Lagos residents and fostering a brighter future in the coming year.


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