Governor Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State has officially signed into law a bill that creates 33 Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs) within the state. The bill was presented to the governor for his assent by the Speaker of the House of Assembly, Mr Oladiji Olamide.
Present at the signing ceremony were key officials of the state House of Assembly, including the Deputy Speaker, Mr Abayomi Akinruntan; Majority Leader, Mr Oluwole Ogunmolasuyi; and the Parliamentary Secretary, Mr Moyinoluwa Ogunwumiju, among others.
According to Richard Olatunde, the governor’s Chief Press Secretary, the bill, which had already been passed by the state House of Assembly, now has the legal backing for the creation of the LCDAs in Ondo State.
The establishment of these LCDAs marks a significant milestone in Governor Akeredolu’s commitment to fulfilling his campaign promises and addressing the aspirations of the people for improved grassroots development. This initiative demonstrates the governor’s unwavering dedication to enhancing public service delivery by bringing governance closer to the people, resulting in more responsive and efficient services.
Governor Akeredolu remains steadfast in his determination to deliver impactful projects and innovative initiatives. He is poised to redouble his efforts in advancing the development of the Sunshine State.
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