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Ojokoro Council Boss condemn pipeline vandals

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The Executive Chairman Ojokoro LCDA Hon Hammed Idowu D Tijani (HID) has assured residents of Abule Egba and its environs to maintain peace and order by ensuring that the situation at hand is resolved. He made the appeal during his visit to the pipeline area of the community where it was alleged that some vandals were apprehended.

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Hon Tijani stressed that security personnel are on ground to ensure law and order.

He, however, urged the residents to desist from any act that could cause disaster to the community and report all suspects to the appropriate authority.

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The Special Adverser to the Governor on Commerce, industries &cooperative, Hon Benjamin Olabinjo, Member House of Assembly Hon Rasheed Makinde, Hon. Oyekunle Tunde, the councillor of the area and the leader of Ojokoro Legislative Arm Hon. Abdoulazziz Osho and other well-meaning stakeholders who were at the scene of the events also calls for the residents to be supportive of the government and be very vigilant and watchful of their environment.

Meanwhile, normalcy had returned to the social club area of Abule Egba at the time of filling in this report.

Govtoros

Author Since: May 17, 2017

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