Agbado/Oke-Odo LCDA Swears in New Vice Chairman and Secretary to the Government.
By LocalGovernmentNews | self meida writer
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Lagos Council Chair, Famuyiwa Swears in New Vice Chairman, SLG
The Executive Chairman of Agbado/Oke-Odo LCDA, Engr. David Oladapo Famuyiwa, has sworn-in Vice Chairman and Secretary to the LCDA (SLG) at the Council Secretariat to fill the executive vacuum as a result of the unfortunate death of late former Executive Chairman and SLG.
The Executive Chairman in his inauguration speech submitted that government being a continuum implied that there shouldn't any lacuna in any administration, hence, the necessity of filling the vacant executive positions.
He urged the appointees to brace up for the tasks ahead by adding value to his administration and contribute their quotas to the development of Agbado/Okeodo and advancement of the good people of the LCDA.
Engr. David Oladapo Famuyiwa who has already hit the ground running towards the development and advancement of the LCDA, vowed to improve Internally Generated Revenue (IGR), block leakages and monitor all ongoing projects.
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