By Henry Odeh
The caretaker chairman of Omi/Apata Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Honorable Sherrif Adeojo on Tuesday visited some of the ongoing state Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) projects in the area for an on the spot assessment.
Hon Adeojo while addressing some of the workers at the construction site of some classroom blocs at Erinkojaobe, Owode Apata area of Ibadan, lauded the Oyo state government for considering the LCDA as a beneficiary of the project adding that it will provide the people in the area with quality educational facilities for the acquisition of sound and free formal education which governor Makinde’s government has prioritized.
The caretaker chairman who was on the inspection tour in company of some council officials stated that he will provided all necessary supports to SUBEB as a complementary effort towards the attainment of objectives of basic formal education in the area.
Other ongoing project visited include Lade Wood bridge noting that the construction is timely as it will ease movement of people and goods from one community to another which according to him is good for trade and commerce in the area.
He said that construction of the bridge would be much better and last longer if constructed with concrete as against the wooden bridge, he however promised to ensure that make a change to the construction plan in order to build the bridge using concrete so that it would be able to stand the test of time.