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Olorunda LCDA Legislative Arm Holds Public Hearing


Presents Bye Laws and Edicts

The legislative arm of Olorunda Local Council Development Area (LCDA) recently held a public hearing, where Bye-Laws and Edicts were presented to the Council.


This was revealed in a press release issued by the Media Aide to the Executive Chairman of the LCDA, Farayola Olusegun and co-signed by the S.A on Information, Adeosun Abdulwahab yesterday 30th September, 2020.


According to report, the Bye-laws and edicts presented are on revenue rates, environmental sanitation. radio/television license, street registration & renewal and food stuff & regulated premises.


“In his address, the leader of the Legislative arm, Mr. Idowu Olasunkanmi Awotunde stated that; the major function of every legislative arm as stated in section 4, part 2 of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and as amended in the year 2010, is to make laws that will regulate actions and inactions of every individual in the society.


“He further said that the legislative arm of Olorunda LCDA, after due consultation with the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, resolved to formulate various laws and edicts which are expected to foster growth and development in the LCDA.


“In his address, the Council Mayor, Honourable Samson Folorunso Olatunde acknowledged the frantic effort made by the Legislative arm to provide a platform for public hearing of the various Bye-laws and edicts that they have provided, expressing optimism in the potential growth the initiative promises.
He said that the provision of bye-laws and edicts by the legislative arm will allow for rapid growth and development in the area. The statement reads.

According to the release, the Council Boss urged everyone present to take the resolutions reached at the hearing to the nooks and crannies of the LCDA as this will ensure wider knowledge of the bye-laws and enhance total compliance with laws and edicts made by the LCDA.


He further stated that there will be zero tolerance to violation of the laws and edicts, adding that the CDC shall be consulted in order to enhance a wider spread of the laws to the grassroots.


“During his address, Member Representing Badagry Constituency 2 at the Lagos State House of Assembly, Hon. David Setonji also commended the Council Legislators for the remarkable effort that has gone into the promulgation of the laws and edicts. He concluded by encouraging the Legislative arm of the Council to sustain the practice. The statement added.