The newly set up Obada market along Ife-Ibadan expressway, besides Unity School built by Honourable Remi Abass led administration in Irewole local government was inaugurated by Akire of Ikire, Oba Olatunde Falabi Lambeloye III in a grand style as part of events marking Ikire Day 2019.
The market which was built at the behest of the royal father is primarily meant to ease the means of buying and selling in Ikire land and environs which in retrospect will aid the growth of Ikire township…
The glamorous event had in attendance various dignitaries not limited to Akire of Ikire, Oba Olatunde Falabi, Chief Imam of Ikire land, Alhaji Olohunose, CAN chairman, Reverend Shittu. Iyaloja and Babaloja of Ikire land were not left out including parliamentarians of the two councils. Also in attendance are Honourable Remi Abass and Honourable Adeboye Opeyemi, chairmen Irewole local government and Irewole North East LCDA respectively.
While speaking, Honourable Remi Abass appreciates the support of his cabinet to make the open shops built on the market a reality within limited time and also Irewole North East LCDA led by Honourable Adeboye Opeyemi for playing brotherly role in the actualization of the market. He said the many shops will be built according to the laid out plan by town planning department to join the existing ones as the market progresses.
He concluded by praying for sustainability and well being of Ikire township
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