Leaders of Omu-Arogun community in Obafemi-Owode Local Government Area of Ogun State have lamented poor road infrastructure and lack of potable water in the area.
They also expressed concern that there is no school in the village hence their children and wards trekked for about 30 minutes to the next community, Arigbanwo, to access education.
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One of the leaders, Chief Jamiu Fasasi, flanked by Baale of Omu-Arogun, Chief Sufi Jinadu, expressed the concerns while speaking with our correspondent.
Chief Fasasi who is the Agbaakin of Mowe and the Amuludu of Omu Arogun, said all the development strides in the community had been put in place through communal effort.
He lamented that residents and indigenes of Omu-Arogun had always participated in elections, but that the community had not benefited from the dividends of democracy.
The community leader, therefore, called on Governor Dapo Abiodun to ensure the provision of amenities for the community to enable the residents to enjoy the dividends of democracy.