Deteriorating Infrastructure: Ikeja GRA Residents Demand Immediate Resolution to Damaging Road and Flood Crisis
Inhabitants of Sobo Arobiodu and Adeyemo Alakija streets in GRA, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria are currently living in distress as they face the recurring issue of bad roads and severe flooding during the rainy season. The roads, which were once well-tiled and suitable for drive, these roads have turned into a nightmare for residents over the past one year since the Lagos State Government initiated a road reconstruction project that was unfortunately left incomplete.
The project, which aimed to improve the infrastructure of the area, instead resulted in a haphazard disorganization of the roads, leaving them in a worse condition than before. The incomplete construction work has become a breeding ground for stagnant water, causing floods to wreak havoc in the vicinity whenever it rains. The residents, who have endured this deteriorating situation for months, are now desperately calling upon the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwoolu, to intervene and address their plight as the situation exacerbates day by day.
The impact of the dilapidated roads on the residents’ daily lives cannot be understated. Commuting has become a challenge, with the roads transforming into treacherous pools of water, rendering them virtually impassable during heavy rains. Motorists are left stranded, while pedestrians have to navigate through ankle-deep water, risking their safety and health. The flooded roads have also resulted in damage to vehicles, causing financial burdens on already struggling residents.
Sobo Arobiodu and Adeyemo Alakija streets, which were once considered prominent locations in GRA, have now become synonymous with frustration and inconvenience. The residents, who previously took pride in their well-maintained neighborhood, are now forced to endure the aftermath of the abandoned reconstruction project.
In a video currently trending on social media, a resident expressed her disappointment with the lack of progress and pleaded for immediate action. She said, “We are appealing to Governor Babajide Sanwoolu to come to our aid. The condition of our roads has become unbearable, and the flooding is causing us great distress. Our pleas for assistance seem to have fallen on deaf ears, but we hope that the Governor will hear our cry and take swift action.”
The residents are hopeful that their plea will be heard by the Lagos State Government and that the necessary steps will be taken to rectify the situation promptly. They believe that Governor Babajide Sanwoolu’s commitment to infrastructure development and improving the lives of Lagosians will extend to their community, alleviating their plight and restoring their faith in a better future.
As the residents of Sobo Arobiodu and Adeyemo Alakija streets continue to endure the effects of the abandoned road construction project, their hopes rest on the swift intervention of the Lagos State Government. Only time will tell if their calls for assistance will be answered, and if their once thriving neighborhood will be restored to its former glory.
AAU Students Of Department Of Midwifery Makes 100% Pass At Council Examinations
AAU Students Of Department Of Midwifery Makes 100% Pass At Council Examinations.
By Elvis Omoregie
Sahara Weekly Reports That The Student of the Department of Nursing Science, (AAU) Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma have made 100% pass at the just released Midwifery professional Examination conducted by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
In a statement made available to journalists in Benin City over the weekend, Head, Corporate Communications and Protocol, AAU, Ekpoma, Otunba Mike Ade Aladenika, said this feat was unprecedented in the annals of the institution.
“This is to inform you, and the general public that, from the results obtained from the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria, this is the first time the Department is making 100% pass at Council examinations.”
“A review of the previous performances by students of the department from May 2021 to September 2023 will be of interest and a source for analysis. In May 2021, the Department had 48.76%.”
“In November 2021, the result was 74.76%. In May 2022, we had 18.92% and the result in November of the same year was 84.14% while in May 2023, the students’ performance was 93.60% and in September 2023 was 100%.”
“It is important to let you know that we have progressively moved from good to better and now to best which we intend to sustain for a very long time.”
Nigeria @63: Believe in Nigeria, Better Days ahead, Dr Chris Okafor
Nigeria @63: Believe in Nigeria, Better Days ahead, Dr Chris Okafor, Grace Nation Celebrate Country’s Independence
Sahara Weekly Reports That Voice of hope has beckon on Nigeria as the country Celebrate it’s 63 years of Independence.
This words of hope is coming from no other person than a true Nigerian Man who believes in the Unity of the Nation, with notion that says no where like home, declaring that no one will help develop what our Almighty God has blessed the country with but by Ourselves.. He is the Senior Pastor Grace Nation International aka Liberation City Dr Chris okafor, A true Son of the Soil, a Philanthropist per Excellent encouraged Nigerian that there is still hope for the country to get back it leadership Statue in Africa and the world at large if we join hand together.
Praying for the country before cutting the Independent Cake as the church service to Celebrate the Nation @63, Congratulating the country Particularly on the Success of the just concluded National Elections, the Generational Prophet of God said Nigeria will overcome all the Challenges weighing the Nation down, He prayed for Peace and unity to reign amid all citizen and for God to silence every evil voice speaking Negative against the country and it citizens.
The Lagos Popular Prophet also declared that let God arise and destroy every blood sucking demon who are willing to destruct the Peace and unity of the country as the nation match forward, he also declared that from now henceforth countries will begins to seek for assistance from Nigeria because the Nation is Bless with various Natural resources to assist many other countries across the Globe.
Dr Chris okafor join the rest of the Citizens of Grace Nation in Nigeria and In diaspora to wish the country a Happy independence, let believe in the country, Better Days ahead he said as he was joined by all the Sons and Daughters of Grace Nation to cut the Independence Anniversary Cake….
ROWLAND OKORIE MOURNS WITH ONYEJIJI’S FAMILY
ROWLAND OKORIE MOURNS WITH ONYEJIJI’S FAMILY
An Iroko, Sir Mark Onyejiji, Has Gone To Be With The Lord A great son of Itu Agunaeze, Ahiara Ahiazu Mbaise, Sir Mark Chukwunyere Onyejiji has gone to glory. He was a respected retired Police Officer who trained his two brothers and made sure they became successful. Sir Mark Chukwunyere Onyejiji was born in 1931, he died on July 31, 2023 spending 92 successful years on earth.
He served with the British Police’s Peacekeeping Force in Congo. He was the Chairman of a key Igbo societal structure, Ndi Apara ( a group strictly for the first sons of every family. He was the Chairman of CMO in Itu Agunaeze and Commander General of Knight of St. John . He also served as Chairman of the Parish Council for 12 years.
In giving back to the society, he fixed many of his people in the Nigerian Police Force . This great man was one of the first people to erect a glass house. His younger brother His Royal Highness, Eze Engineer Cosmas Onyejiji did not mince words while eulogizing him. “My elder brother was not a greedy person.
He was someone who wanted light to come into his family and community. He used the money he earned from his service in the Police Force to train me and my other brother. He served his family and people very well. His time has come and he has gone to rest with the Lord. We pray God accepts his soul and gives his immediate family and the entire Onyejiji family the heart to bear this loss .We will miss him a lot “. His sister-in-law ( ) also prayed that God accept his gentle soul. She praised his caring and unifying personality.
According to her, Sir Mark as he is fondly called, was a unifier and a father figure. Speaking about his father, Kenneth Chimaoge Onyejiji, said his father loved his wife,Mrs. Thereza Chukwunyere Onyejiji who died 4 years ago, his family members, and everybody he came across, dearly. He said his father lived a fulfilled life, travelled round the world and taught them that the keys to success are education and patience.
He added that Sir Mark also taught them the power of love, unity, forgiveness, and the fear of God. Chief Okechukwu Onyejiji, his second son, appealed to his loved ones not to weep because his father was a man who expressed true love and received love from his people. Sir Mark Onyejiji is survived by his 11 children- two boys and 9 girls . They are : Scholastica Obiagaeli Emenayo nee Onyejiji, Lilian Nkechinyere Nwabuisi nee Onyejiji, Maureen Uche nee Onyejiji, Emerobi Ekeanyawu nee Onyejiji, Kenneth Chimaroge Onyejiji, Akunna Ofurom nee Onyejiji, Chief Okechukwu Onyejiji, late Ifeyinwa Onyejiji, Okwuchi Orji nee Onyejiji, Ijeoma Onyengwere nee Onyeji, Obianuju Onyejiji. Also the CEO of Equity Concepts, Rowland Okorie, has expressed sadness over the death of Chief-Okechukwu’s beloved father, Sir Mark Onyejiji, who passed onto glory on July 31, 2023 at Abuja Hospital.
“This family was part of the success story I have in America today, When God brought me to this land he made a way for me through, “ Rowland Okorie said in an interview with naira land. In the interview, the US-based Project Nwafor Igbo pioneer shared how he felt about the news of the death of the 92 years old patriot Mark Chukwunyere onyejiji who served his country in sincerity of heart and purpose a true Nigerian. “Chief-Okechukwu onyijiji, a man with the heart of Gold, is one of the most powerful men I have heard his name from childhood growing up in the village.
Right after Dr Ifesinatchi Okechekwu handed me over to Sir Bob Agbonye, an Mbaise Icon, My story continued, he drove downtown LA and he said we are going to make sure you are taken care of and I have only one place in mind. I ended up with a household name in my community-
I have never experienced the level of hospitality I enjoyed which became home away from home for me. It was as though God already prepared someone to watch over me as I got handed by the First elected female National President of Enugu USA.” He added that “I would have faced greater struggles and challenges in America if the Almighty God did not send people like these people across to me. May his great soul rest in peace ..
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