The Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu, has officially signed into law the bill creating 33 Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs) in the state.
This bill had previously received approval from the State House of Assembly and was presented to the governor for his formal assent by the Speaker of the House of Assembly, Mr. Olamide Oladiji.
According to a statement released by the Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Richard Olatunde, on Saturday, the governor’s decision provides the necessary legal framework for the establishment of these LCDAs in the state.
“The creation of these Local Council Development Areas represents a significant step towards fulfilling Governor Akeredolu’s campaign promises and meeting the aspirations of the people for enhanced grassroots development,” the statement highlighted.
Furthermore, the statement underscored Governor Akeredolu’s steadfast dedication to improving public service delivery, as the establishment of LCDAs aims to bring governance closer to the citizens, ultimately resulting in more responsive and efficient services.
Governor Akeredolu is firmly committed to delivering impactful projects and introducing innovative initiatives, and he remains poised to intensify his efforts in advancing the development of the Sunshine State, as stated in the press release.
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