Dullar Of Somolu Frowns At Indiscriminate Parking Of Abandoned Vehicles (Details)


...says all is set to complete Bashua Primary Health Centre but weather

The Executive Chairman of Somolu Local Government, Hon. Abdul Hamed Salawu, had expressed his displeasure on the indiscriminate parking of vehicles in the area.

The Council Mayor in a meeting with his Special Adviser on Transportation, Mr. Bambo Badejo, and transportation team, ordered them place checks on abandoned vehicles by placing 48 hours notice on vehicles that are abandoned on major roads and 72 hours on vehicles abandoned of inner roads. "Such abandoned vehicles makes our environment look untidy and also put us at high risk of security as criminals use them as safe hideouts", Dullar said.

However, the council boss lamented how he had received hundreds of petitions from residents and business owners in Somolu as many streets has abandoned vehicles of over 6 years. "Activities that inconvenient neighbours and other road users are wickedness that can deter emergency workers from helping uswhen we need them in our neighborhood", the peace loving Chairman lamented.

Moreover, the Executive Chairman had already sent the Special Adviser on Transport to warn residents of Okesuna, Abiodun, Apata, Agunbiade, Durosimi, Akeju and other neighbouring streets to shy away from double parking, especially in narrow roads.

On the going construction of the Primary Health Centre in Bashua area of Somolu, the Executive Chairman said everything is set for the project to be completed but it's unfortunate that the weather is unstable and it's really disturbing the contractors but it should be completed soonest.

Oseni Owolabi _Ajimomuya
Chief Press Secretary, Somolu Local Government.

May 31, 2019.

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