The people of Ilaro under Yewa South local Government area, southern part of Gateway, the Ogun state have been experiencing torrential downpour since Sunday morning the 29th of August till Monday which is today the 30th of August, the rain consistently disrupt business activities and other social functions.
However, most places were flooded because the town lack proper drainage channel, hence water took over most of the roads, parks and schools.
The people of Ilaro hereby, call on the Government to come to their aid and construct standard drainage for channelization of water and rehabilitation of roads to enable easy movement of vehicles and development of the Town, though the people depends on agrarian activities, but much needed to be done in terms of infrastructure and development.
Therefore, it's necessary to always regards building by law when development is concerned, e.g the law prohibit building along water way, trashing waste in the drainage channel, not keeping the environment clean and general environmental sanitation.
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