Sources have confirmed that Otunba Oloyede, affectionately called Kendoo by the people, has been tirelessly working to ensure that the people of Oshodi and its surroundings continue to benefit from the fruits of democracy which he has been making available for the people. He leaves no stone unturned, even during his leave, as he monitors and supervises ongoing projects to ensure that contractors adhere to their assigned timelines.
One insider from the local government disclosed, “Chairman is a workaholic. Despite being on annual leave, he keeps a close eye on all work being done and ensures that contractors show up promptly. He constantly pushes them to deliver results. If you visit Mabayoje Street and other areas where work is ongoing, you’ll witness firsthand that work is still in progress.”
It was also alleged that the council chairman hasn’t given cars to the councillors and other cabinet members. According to a source within the council, some of the cabinet members and councillors have received their official cars while others will soon get theirs.
Since assuming office, Kendoo has effectively applied his business acumen to governance and leadership, leaving a remarkable impact on the Oshodi/Isolo local government area. From rehabilitation of roads, drains, and markets to improving schools and supporting the less privileged, he has demonstrated his unwavering commitment to progress and development. This has earned him widespread praise from constituents of all ages and genders, who speak glowingly of his energy and dedication to community growth and development.
True to his promises, and in demonstration of his true love for his people, Kendoo’s administration has embarked on 35 road projects, successfully completed 32 of them.
Of these, are the construction and rehabilitation of Akinniku Street, Ariyibi-Oke Street, Adeoye Street, Suwebatu Street, Orona Link, Macarthy Street, Dosunmu Street, Everett Way, Trombi Close, Adewunmi Ogefon Street, Emmanuel Street, Alh. Rufai Street, Iretioluwa Street, Adelaja Street, Ogunlaja Street, Baderin Street, Odalume Street, Onikewunla Street, Opo-Osun Street, Liverpool Road, Araromi Street, Mukadasi Street, Bankojo Street, Oredeyin Street, Alade Street, Banjoko-Oredeyin link, and many more. Mabayoje, Alade and Omilade streets rehabilitation work are ongoing with Mabayoje having 90 percent completion rate.
Furthermore, in an effort to address the water scarcity issue ravaging the communities before his assumption of office, Otunba Kendoo’s administration has dug 25 boreholes across various wards of the local government. Additionally, he has extended a helping hand to business owners and the less privileged, providing scholarships, educational materials, and other forms of support to the teeming residents across divide.
Otuba Kendoo’s commitment to transforming Oshodi/Isolo LG has consistently produced remarkable results, garnering praises and admirations from the community. With his tireless efforts, the chairman continues to uplift the lives of the people and drive the development of the local government area.
The council chairman reassures that of all he has done, many more are still in stock as next year begins with rolling out of more massive projects for the residents.