October 1st Has been set aside for Nigerians within and around the world to celebrate the Nation’s Independence ever since the year 1960.

This day has metamorphosed into a unique phenomenon, reminding citizens about the state of the federation, it’s Positive strides, Development and growth at all level. The Independence Day for Nigeria is also a wake up call for youths and leaders to stand in the gap for reasons of grassroots upliftment.

This is why Hon MKO Arowolo, Councillor Representating Owode-Ibeshe Ward 4 in Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA Of Ikorodu, Marked His Independence Day Celebration At The Methodist Primary School In Owode-Ibeshe Constructing 3 Toilet Systems Plus A Bio-Digester to absorb the waste from the toilet Structure For The Institution.

The School which is slated to resume on the 19th Of October 2020 lacks adequate easing facility for the returning students.

2Years from now this school would be a 100years old which makes this structure old and Significant in Owode-Ibeshe Community of Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA. The school is a landmark platform for some of the biggest names in Ikorodu Division and it’s really important we help to give it a little facelift according to our capacity” Hon MKO Arowolo

I want to ensure that by the 19th of October, When the students resume, they will have a good toilet medium to use which will enhance their Educational practices”

Setting up this structure and knowing fully well about the modern suck Away System called the Bio-Digester, I will create it by the side of the toilet so they will make use of this restroom for a long period of time” Hon MKO Arowolo Added.

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