Obasanjo Offers His Home for Charity

The former president olusegun obasanjo offered to rent out the building in his native Ibogun village to the local council of Ogun State at the meager charge of N10 per year, this building will serve as the secretariat of the newly established Coker-Ibogun Local Council Development Area (LCDA).

The building comprises of 25-rooms having water, toilets and a standby generator, this charitable act of his was highly commended by the chairman of the LCDA, Juwon Gbadebo to the  Assembly Committee on Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, led by Olusola Sonuga.

 Mr. Sonuga, who led the committee, advised the council to effectively utilize the resources that it has been afforded and generate more revenue from it as this will improve greatly the development of the state.

As part of the state governor’s administrative efforts to affect the lowest level of the state, the Coker-Ibogun LCDA was created as a part of the 52 councils recently formed.

Written by Modestus Uwadi


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