Unity in Action: Lekki LCDA Chairman Engages Youth in Crucial Meeting

In a spirited gathering earlier on June 11, 2024, kakalistiq.com reports that the Executive Chairman of Lekki LCDA, Engr. Rasak Bamidele Kasali, held a crucial meeting with the youth community to address their pressing demands and strengthen ties between the local government and its younger constituents.
The Chairman tackled allegations head-on, clarifying the council’s efforts to address youth concerns and underscoring the need for unity. “I call for unity among the youth,” he urged, emphasizing the importance of vigilance and reporting suspicious activities to maintain security within the LCDA.
Engr. Rasak Bamidele Kasali
Highlighting the council’s commitment, Kasali pledged robust support for youth programs and projects. “We are committed to supporting youth programs that will foster the growth and development of our LCDA,” he affirmed, encouraging the youth to harness their potential and contribute positively to their communities.
Kasali also stressed the significance of environmental sanitation, imploring the youth to uphold cleanliness for the community’s health and well-being. He reiterated the council’s recognition of the youth as “valuable partners in progress” and urged them to oversee government projects to ensure transparency and quality.
The Chairman called for youth collaboration on ongoing and upcoming initiatives, advocating for “teamwork in achieving our desired outcomes.” He concluded by thanking the youth for their participation and reaffirming his commitment to youth-focused initiatives, reminding them of their civic duties.
The Supervisor for Youths and Sports, Hon. Segun Oseni echoed these sentiments, expressing gratitude to the Chairman and the youth for their engagement. He highlighted the importance of “calmness, truthfulness, and peaceful coexistence” and urged patience and cooperation.
Earlier, the youth had laid out their demands, including: adequate engagement from the LCDA; youth empowerment, and council support for their monthly meetings.
As the meeting concluded, attendees left with renewed hope and optimism, ready to work together for the common good of the LCDA. The exchange was candid, constructive, and productive, marking a significant step forward in youth engagement and community cooperation.
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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