Olu Aladodo of Isinkan, Ayodeji Fatoki Facilitates Development to Community

As Ondo Govt Set to Construct Health Centre

The Ondo State Community and Social Development agency has assured the people of Aladodo Araromi Community, Isinkan in Akure South local government area of the agency’s commitment to construct a health centre to address their basic medical challenges.


Speaking during a stakeholders meeting with members of the community, the operations manager of the agency, Mr Olumide Igbaraoola said the project is among the over 26 community projects executed through the Nigeria covid-19 action and economy stimulus programme for result.


Aladodo Araromi Community is an agrarian community in Isikan area of Akure south council area of the state, making it one of the numerous communities that economical contribute to the growth of the state through agriculture.


This community since its creation lacks basic health facilities including good road, access to portable water, among several other challenges.


With the visit by officials of the ondo state community and social development agency, the people of the town can now heave a sigh of relief as the agency is set to execute two projects in the community.


The projects were chosen by the community which will be majorly funded by the state government.


The operations manager of the agency, mr Olumide Igbaroola said the projects will be monitored and supervised by the community.


The Olu of Aladodo Araromi, Olu Ayodeji Fatoki who was full of joy stressed that the development is like a dream come true.


The traditional ruler while emphasising that he is poised to bring development to the community called on investors from far and wide to take advantage of the town’s atmosphere to invest.


Community leaders and other residents of the town are delighted with the development.


Shortly after the meeting, free health services were organised for residents of the community through the community head, Olu Ayodeji Fatoki as well as Free blood sugar, pressure tests and drugs.