COUNCIL MAYOR ASPIRANT PRINCE WALE OLUWA RAISES THE BAR FOR 2025  CAMPAIGN

Feb 2, 2024 | Politics | 0 comments

Written By Fakunle Sheriff Ekundayo

– Holds first town hall meeting on conflict resolution, behavioural management, safety and security in Ajegunle

– Says residents in Ajegunle deserve to live peacefully at all times

The council mayor aspirant for the 2025 local government election in Ajeromi-Ifelodun local government, Prince Wale Oluwa yesterday, held the first of its kind town hall meeting on safety and security in Ajegunle.

The one-day event which was the first from any aspirant vying for the coveted seat of executive chairman in Ajeromi-Ifelodun witnessed participants across various associations, traditional rulers, security agencies, social groups and religious bodies in the local government.

The convener who doubles as an aspirant for the executive chairman seat at the local government poll for 2025, Prince Wale Oluwa during his goodwill messages, acknowledged the support of every stakeholder who participated at the event.

He noted further that the peaceful co-existence of residents in the local government must be upheld by the government in the grassroots, especially as the campaign for the 2025 general elections in the local government commences.

Prince Wale Oluwa commended the presence of His Royal Majesty Oba Moroof Oyekunle Amodu-Tijani Oluwa (Amore III), the Olu of Iwa and Apapa kingdom.

He also thanked the council chairman Ayoola Fatai Adekunle, and the leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC), for honouring the invitation among other stakeholders at the event.

The Tuesday 30 January 2024 conference which focuses on Conflict Resolution, Safety and Behavioural management, had guest speakers such as Prof.Abolade Adeniji from the Department of History and International Studies   Lagos State University (LASU), and Dr. Habeeb Sanni, from the Department of History and International Studies  Lagos State University (LASU).

Shakiru Amodu who is the Public Relations Officer(PRO) of the Lagos State Fire Service also spoke on safety education.

Others who spoke include Assistant Commander of Police Opebiyi Sunday, Area B commander, Isaac Success Omoyele chairman of the National Youth Council of Nigeria, and Councillor Kayode Alebiosu Councillor representing Ward D in Ajeromi-Ifelodun local government among others.

Written By Fakunle Sheriff Ekundayo

Fakunle Sheriff Ekundayo is the editor at Project 3:16 Metro, an online news platform for rural and urban areas. He is also the Principal Partner and Editor-in-Chief at Project 3:16 Metro Newspaper. His youth advocacy and academic drive have made him discover the need to bridge the gap between youths, communities, and government institutions through his journal; Project 3:16 Metro. This he has also modified with the company’s website page, www.metro316.com.ng.

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