Last visit to this developing area under Agboyi Ketu, Kosofe, Lagos was over a year ago. However, a special visit on Sunday morning, January 19, 2020 revealed the road is even worse than the last sight and demands full scale construction.
The last torrential rainfall and the oyon dam water realeases in 2019 contributed to the terrible state of the road. Also, the heave duty trucks supplying sand and granite among others.
The Local council chairmen, Mayor Dele, reportedly commisioned a transformer donated by the Unity Estate Community Development Association. Perhaps, he went through hellicopter because he would have observed personally apart from the super for works briefing during on the spot assessment to understand community plight for his action and the State Government intervention through the sustainable two per local government road construction initiative of Lagos State Government.
Seperately the CDA and the local council through The Agboyi Ketu lcda, Super for works, Are Alaba Saliu, who resides in Unity Estate, reportedly provided palliative measures that couldn’t stand the test of time.
Though, It’s still unclear whether the road belong to the state Government or Agboyi Ketu lcda, Kosofe. However, the existing synergy between the local government and state should attract the necessary constituted authority attention.
Badejo Street, Bako street, Idumota avenue, and several roads within irawo and weigh bridge is unmotorable.
This online newspaper gathered that recently the CDA ceased the opportunity of budget consulting meeting organised by Agboyi Ketu lcda to demand for drainage system, road, water respectively from the local council according to kosofe Post reliable source in Irawo when chatted.
The 2020 budget when presented, approved and made available to the public will determine whether the residents request are granted or not.