To the ongoing Ajelogo/Akanimodo housing project in kosofe federal constituency inline with their functions of office yesterday.
Recently the council boss Hon. Mayor Dele Oshinowo paid similar visit to the site.
To demonstrates that the agboyi ketu legislative chamber in kosofe are not rubber stamp lawmakers the chairman house committee on works and infrastructure Hon. Stephen Omotayo led other members of his committee to the project site to ascertain the degree of progress on the housing scheme.
The full statement by the council media platform reads:
“Agboyi-Ketu Legislative Council pays an oversight function’s visit to Ajelogo/Akanimodo Housing Project
In ensuring checks and balances is the modus operandi of the local council, today, the Agboyi-Ketu Legislative Council paid an oversight function’s visit to the Ajelogo/Akanimode Housing Project.
“The housing project is under a Public Private Partnership arrangement. According to the Chairman House Committee on Works and Infrastructure, Hon. Stephen Omotayo,he disclosed that the visit was embarked upon to access the level of job being done at the site.
“On arrival at the site, the delegation was received by the Supervisor of Works and Infrastructure, Hon. Alaba Saliu and Head of Project ,OKB Construction, Miss Oiza Osho.”
“The delegation was taken to see a final view of a completed three bedroom terrace flat, the projected site for recreational centre and the central sewage point.”
“In his remarks, the leader of the House, Hon. Tajudeen Akinyemi expressed satisfaction with the level of job done so far, and urged the private developer to meet up the completion period, voice of agboyi ketu announced.”