The CEO of Legrove integrated services limited, and textile merchant, who has lived the greater part of his life in Somolu over the decades in an interview with The Kosofe Post, speaks on the policy, programmes and projects of the Executive Chairman of Somolu LG Boss, Hon. Abdul-Hamed Salawu Dullar.
Kosofe Post: Can we have an insight about you?
Seriki: I am a textile merchant into all types of textile. Also, deal in logistics and supply of all kinds and also contracting respectively.
Kosofe Post: Almost 3 years in office how would you rate the performance of the Executive Chairman of Somolu Local government, Hon. Salawu dullar?
Seriki: I will rate his performance very high.
Kosofe Post: Among his policy’s, programmes and projects which one do you find highly commendable?
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Seriki: He has done tremendously well in fixing the roads. And has also been able to curb the menace created by the cultist in Somolu.
Kosofe Post : Beyond the government Don’t you think the community also have a key role to play in curbing gang war?
Seriki: The Government can’t do it alone they have to work with the community to curb it and they have done tremendously well on that aspect.
Kosofe Post: Which area of his 3Ps would you want the chairman to improve on?
Seriki: More job opportunities for the youths, empowerment and creation of recreational center among others.
Kosofe Post: Do you support the Call on dullar for second term?
Seriki: Absolutely. One good term deserved another as the majority residents of Somolu are champion his continuity movement and voice of the people is the voice of God. Everybody have right to vote and be for voted for. But, the honest truth no vacancy in Somolu.
Kosofe Post : what’s your advice to the people of Somolu on COVID-19 pandemic
Seriki: They should be aware and adhere to all medical advice from the government and stay home but if they have to work they should protect themselves and be responsible out there, this time shall pass