2022: Ojodu LCDA holds Budget Retreat

Razaq Bamidele

The Ojodu Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of Lagos State has organised a two-day budget retreat for the year 2022.

The LCDA Chairman,  Hon. David Olusegun Odunmbaku, explain that the essence of the budget retreat tagged “BUDGET OF THE NEW BEGINNING” is to develop a well planned 2022 appropriation that will clearly outline people’s oriented programmes and projects.

Odunmbaku in a message at the opening ceremony of the two-day retreat organised by the council on Friday, at the De Meros Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, informed that the event was to strategise on government policy formulation that will be beneficial to the people of Ojodu and it’s effective implementation.

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“As you are aware, the purpose of the retreat is to review our previous year budget performance, to brainstorm and make decisions on the new fiscal year budget.

“We are changing some few things this year, we have started data capturing already. We’ll also be rolling out e-billing this year, that will assist us in reaching more places.

“We have decided to remain focused on our 4-point Agenda (H.E.Y.S) in order to achieve our projected sustainable development. The key compost the H.E.Y.S agenda represents Health, Education, Youth & Women Empowerment and Social Infrastructure. This is also expected to form the basis for assessing the current administration.”

Odunmbaku while concluding his speech praised the management and staff of the council for their support, thanking them for their support, just as he stated that he is a big fan of training.

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“So,  training and retraining of our staff is also my responsibility and this will allow us to get new ideas and technology,” he said.

In his closing remark, the Council Manager, Engr. Dele Abayomi, implored all participants to contribute effectively to the growth of the council.

His words: “On behalf of the management and staff, I want to thank you for your support Mr Chairman. To all of us here today, we must up our games, be committed and contribute effectively to the growth of the council.”

Chief Press Secretary to the Chairman, Jumu’ah Abiodun, made the information available to the media.

 

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