Alhaji Hassan said that although the funeral activities are taking place in his hometown, one of the planned activities in Lagos will be held on April 30, 2022.
THE Alimosho Local Government Community Development Committee (CDC) held its monthly meeting today, Thursday, March 31, 2022, at the Alimosho Local Government Secretariat, Akowonjo.
According to information reaching Alimosho Today, the first vice-president of the association, Chief Tajudeen Fasasi Jolaoso, representing the president, welcomed all members to the meeting, adding that this is the only reliable way to support members in terms of progress and development. in association.
In his contribution, the secretary of the association, Alhaji Hassan Akanni started by introducing the new Head of Department (HOD) Agriculture and Social Services, Mr. Olawole Johnson. He also recognized the head of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of the Alimosho LGA office, Mr. Bankole, who came to enlighten members on how to establish, correctly, the status of their ID cards. elector.
The newly elected HOD Agriculture & Social Services appreciated the entire CDC for their warm welcome and for keeping the house intact. He therefore urged all members to continue to cooperate with the executives in order to move the association forward. As head of the association’s supervisory body, he also promised to ensure proper cooperation between the association and his office.
Mr. Bankole, the head of INEC, said that the need to know the status of our voter card is very important so that no one is denied the opportunity to vote in the elections. He added that around 25 people from Alimosho local government have been trained on how to sort out minor registration issues. These people have the ability to help resolve issues related to lost cards, damaged cards as well as moving cases. “These activities are done online and therefore can be done without going to the INEC office,” he concluded.
In his further remarks, Alhaji Hassan, after appreciating the cooperation of the members, announced the final arrangement for the burial of the incumbent President, Chief Aluko. He said that although the funeral activities are taking place in his hometown, one of the planned activities in Lagos will be held on April 30, 2022. He therefore encouraged members to save the date and endeavor to be present as a sign of the end. respect to the outgoing president.