Ikosi-Ejinrin Shines Bright as Anomo’s Street Lighting Project Transforms Orugbo-Iddo.

Kakalistiq.com reports that the Ikosi-Ejinrin Local Council Development Area (LCDA), under the stewardship of Chairman Akogun Wale Raji Anomo, has completed the street lighting project in Orugbo-Iddo, Ward G1, as promised some weeks ago. This achievement marks the conclusion of the pilot phase of the ambitious “Light up Ikosi-Ejinrin” initiative, aimed at enhancing safety, security, and the overall quality of life for residents.

Akogun Wale Raji Anomo

During an interview, Akogun Wale Anomo assured residents that the project would soon extend to other wards, reinforcing his commitment to illuminating dark spots throughout Ikosi-Ejinrin LCDA. He emphasized that the project underscores his administration’s dedication to improving infrastructure and living conditions within the area.

Akogun Wale Anomo, who expressed delight at the capacity to deliver on his promises to the people of the LCDA noted that the initiative is just the tip of the iceberg, adding that “The successful illumination of Orugbo-Iddo marks a significant milestone in our ‘Light up Ikosi-Ejinrin’ initiative. This project is not just about lighting up streets; it’s about enhancing the safety, security, and overall well-being of our community members. We are committed to expanding this initiative to other wards, ensuring every corner of Ikosi-Ejinrin LCDA is well-lit and safe. Our vision is to create a brighter, safer, and more prosperous community for all.”

With the successful implementation in Orugbo-Iddo, the initiative is set to expand to other wards within the LCDA. Residents of Orugbo-Iddo have expressed their heartfelt gratitude for the newly installed street lights, which are already positively impacting the community.

As the “Light up Ikosi-Ejinrin” initiative continues to roll out, the anticipation and excitement among residents grow. The project’s success in Orugbo-Iddo serves as a glimmer of hope, illuminating the potential for positive change throughout the LCDA. With Akogun Wale Anomo at the helm, the community looks forward to a future where every street and pathway shines brightly, symbolizing progress and unity for all Ikosi-Ejinrin residents.

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde is a budding academic researcher and media enthusiast whose experience germinated in high school, attaining the Press Club presidency. As an iconic field reporter for 3 years, he is a writer, serial volunteer, and community cum youth development champion whose collaborative efforts have immensely contributed to nation-building in Epe LGA, Lagos, and Nigeria at large.

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