- To be closer to the rural dwellers.
- For even distribution of resources.
- To know the problem and proper solutions to the problems of the grassroots.
- To bring governance closer to the people.
- To identify the needs of the people.
- Provision of social and infrastructural amenities e.g. Primary Health Care Environmental Sanitation, education through the primary school.
- Provision of Markets Motor Park etc.
- Poverty eradication programmes.
- Provision of pipe-borne water and electricity.
- Tarring of Local road for easy accessibility of transportation of farm produce.
The local Government Administration is headed by the chairman, who could be either elected or appointment. He’s being supported by the supervisors with the following portfolio Sup for Works, Sup for Education, Sup for Health, and Sup for Agric & Natural Resources. In the legislative arm of the Local Government is the legislator or the councilors who ensure the enactment of bye-law and strict adherence to same. However, these two (2) aims of government are not in place presently. Hence the Caretaker Chairman in conjunction with the career officers runs the affairs of the Local Government. At the other end are the career officers being headed by the Head of Local Government Administration under whom are the Directors of the various depts. Namely; Director if Administration & General Service, Director of Finance, Director of Works, Director of Education & Social Services, Director of Budget Planning Research & Statistic, Director of Agric & Natural Resources, and Director of Environmental Health Services and the Primary Health Care Coordinator. Each of the aforementioned heeds of Department has a Deputy while there are also units & sectional heads such as Establishment Officers, Rate Officer, Cashier Officer in Charge of Marriage; all handling important schedule of duties in the Local Government. The Internal Auditor operates directly with the Chairman as he is regarded as the officer in-charge of check & balances in the Local Government.
The function of the eight departments; are diverse in nature:-
Administration & General Service Department:
The department is headed by the Director of Administration and General Service who is in charge of all personnel matters in the Local Government as it affects all matters of the junior staff, though with the blessing of the Local Government Service Commission; it is also saddled with the responsibility of coordinating the activities of the Junior Staff Management Committee (JSMC) which include promotion, discipline and other related issues affecting the junior staff. Administration Department is in charge of various standing committee in the Local Government such as Finance & General purpose committee; the Traditional Council, Peace & Security. There are unit in the department attending to various administration issues such as open, Registry, Establishment Unit, Main Registry, Driving unit and Typing pool.
Department of Finance & Supplies:
As the name implies, it’s in charge of finances of the Local Government and ensuring that internally General Revenue is intact.
Education and Social Services Department:
Under this department id the information unit and the other two units namely; Women Affairs unit and Community Development Unit. The department related matters as various associations are under the department. The department also intervenes & recommends candidates for the issuance of certificates of origin and residence. The national council for Women Society (NCWS) is also being manages by the department.
Budget, Planning, Research & Statistics Department:
This department collects & prepares dated annual estimate for the Local Government.
Agricultural & Natural Resources:
This department assists the local government on various types of farming, cultivation of land for food, cash crops and practice of arable farming & animal production from the road to stipulated area.
Primary Health care Department:
This department oversees the care of the people in both preventive & curative aspect. Drugs are procured with the fund released for the pharmacy units which are later distributed to the health centers. The Local Government has a TBL Clinic one widowhood and aged clinic, and a functioning family planning unit. The health centers are located at various areas in the Local Government namely:-
- Awodife Clinic
- Bode Clinic
- Aged & Widowhood Clinic at Oluyole
- Primary Health Care at Isale Osi
Environmental Health Services Department:
The department ensures the environment cleanliness at both the length & breath of the Local Government. It issues abominable notice on any erring member of the Local Government. It oversees the clearing and removed of debris from gutters to enable free flow of water; removal of unknown dead bodies from the streets. During sanitation exercise, it ensure that lunatics are cleared from the road to stipulated areas.
The director of Finance & Supplies and Director of Administration & General Service are both signatories to the Local Government account while the Head of Local Government Administration and the Chairman confirm the payment.
NAME OF THE PROJECT(S)
|1.||Construction of random rough stone drainage including desilting the existing blocked drainage at Atere compound|
|2.||The procurement of one (1) Toyota corolla 1.8. Gliatls for the use of the Chairman’s Office|
|3.||Construction of asphaltic lay of state hospital Adeoyo area, off Ring–Road, Ibadan|
|4.||Execution of surface-dressing pavement of Ibadan South West Local Government Motor Park at Ogunpa, Ibadan|
|5.||Construction of drainage and retaining wall at Odo-Ona Health Centre, Ibadan|
|6.||Asphaltic overlay of market road and other public work at Gbekuba market|
|7.||Construction of 8 blocks of Ope market stall at Bola market, Gbekuba|
|8.||Construction of Aresa road, Ogunleye Avenue Oke-Ado|
|9.||Rehabilitation of BCJ, Gbekuba road Apata area|
|10.||Construction of a block of 3 classrooms with office store and toilet at Seventh Day Adventist Primary School III, Asaka|
|11.||Construction of 4 blocks of 12 lock-up shops at Neighbourhood market Aleshinloye|
|12.||Execution of the surface-dressing pavement of Ibadan South West Local Government Motor part at Ogunpa, Ibadan|
|13.||Execution of the sectional asphaltic overlay of Idi-Ope-Imalefalafia road (from Ajeigbe Street Junction to Ayegbusi Street Junction) located within the Local Government|
|14.||Renovation Of Oluyole Community Grammar School Hall, Oluyole Estate, Ring Road Ibadan|
|15.||Construction of 8 Block Of Open Stalls Market At Bora Market, Gbekuba|
|16.||Construction of Aresa road, Ogunleye Avenue, Oke-Ado area, Ibadan|
|17.||Construction of a 7.2 metres open culvert Boyete Street Off Odutola road|
|18.||Stone base filling at Akuro road off Oredehin street, Oke-Ado, Ibadan.|
|19.||Renovation of the public toilet at Apampa’s compound vis-à-vis door fitting, roofing, plastering and painting.|
|20.||Sinking of deep well for the use of public toilet at bode|
|21.||Motorization of the deep well for the use of public toilet at Bode|
|22.||Drilling and casting motorized borehole at Ndela of Onireke G.R.A|
|23.||Construction of wall fence at Baoku Memorial Pry. School, Foko Ibadan|
|24.||Asphaltic tarring of Idi-Ope, Imalefalafia road|
|25.||Rehabilitation of aged and widow’s clinic(Mrs. Florence Ajimobi)|
|26.||Renovation of block of three classroom with offices at Sacred Heart Pry. School|
|27.||Drilling and casing of motorised borehole at Jaskolly area, Oshoba-Agbokojo|
|28.||Civil/Electrical Works for motorized borehole at Jaskolly area, Oshoba-Agbokojo|
|29.||Drilling and casing of motorized borehole at Ward I, Debo Barbing Saloon area, Alekuso|
|30.||Civil electrical works for motorized borehole at ward i, Debo Barbing Saloon area, Alekuso|
|31.||Drilling and casing of motorised borehole at ward 2 at Otantakun area, Oja’ba|
|32.||Civil/electrical works for motorized borehole at Ward 2 at Otantakun area, Oja’ba|
|33.||Construction of asphaltic rehabilitation of ABC hub link road, Ring road, Ibadan by Stretford Hill Ltd.|
|34.||Construction of hydraulic structures and asphaltic concrete paving of Johnson Awe street main road.|
|35.||Re-construction of hydraulic structures and asphaltic paving of Bembo Aba-Alamu Road.|
|36.||Construction of Legislative House at Local Government Secretariat, Aleshinloye, Ibadan.|
|37.||Re-construction of hydraulic structures and asphaltic paving at Town Planning – Mobil Station, MKO Abiola Way, Ring-Road, Ibadan.|
|38.||Rehabilitation of Hydraulic Structure and Asphaltic Concrete of Oluyole Commercial Grammar School road, Oluyole Estate, Ring-Road, Ibadan.|
|39.||Construction of Asphaltic road on Suara Akande road Off Ring Road, Ibadan|
|40.||Construction of Ring Culvert, Repair of Lined Drainage and Desilting of Blocked Line Drainage along Aleshinloye Road.|
|41.||Construction of Ring Culvert, Repair of Lined Drainage and Desilting of Blocked Line Drainage Along Aleshinloye Road|
|42.||Construction of 0.6 x 0.6m Access Culvert Along Kole Drive, Joyce B Road, Ring Road, Ibadan|
|43.||Construction and Repair of Rubble Stone Lined Drainage inside Aleshinloye Market (60m)|
|44.||Construction of 750mm & Ring Culvert with 2m detachable slab box culvert (12m long) at the Middle Along 2nd Gate Aleshinloye Market, Aleshinloye|
|45.||Construction of Lined Drainage, Repair of Iron Grill Cross Culvert and Desilting of surrounding lined drainage (both LHS & RHS) along 7th Avenue Oluyole, Ibadan.|
|46.||Opening, Widening, Lateriting and Grading of Grace Kiddies Porch School to Deeper Life Church, Off 7up Road, Oluyole, New Adeoyo, Ibadan|
|47.||Road Opening, Widening, Lateriting and grading of Deeper Life Church – ABC Clinic, Off 7up Road, Oluyole Estate – New Adeoyo Road|
|48.||Grading and Lateriting of the Proposed Parking Lot at Ibadan South West Secretariat|
|49.||Construction of Rubble Stone Lined Drainage along Ososami Odutola Road (Ajeigbe Junction (Axis)|
|50.||Construction of Access Culvert 600m diameter Ring Size at Access College Road|
|51.||Construction of single box culvert, retaining wall and drainage at Oke-Ayo road off Ibadan Abeokuta Road, Ibadan.|
|52.||Construction of Collapsed 15m reinforced concrete retaining wall at Popo Yemoja Area|
|53||Repair and De-silting of line 1m along Horizon Hospital Street Axis, Ososami Odutola Road|
|54||Construction of Access Culvert of 600mm diameter ring size at Scolab Hotel Area, Oke-Ado, Ibadan.|
|55||Construction of Access Culvert of 600mm diameter ring size at Scolab Hotel Area, Oke-Ado, Ibadan.|
|56||Grading and Lateriting of Grace Kiddies Arapaja housing Estate Road|
|57||Construction of Access Culvert of 600mm diameter ring size at Fatayi Street of Ososami Road.|
|58||Construction of Rubble Stone Retaining Wall and road pavement back filling along YMCA Axis Joyce B Road, Ibadan.|
|59||Construction of Rubble Stone line drainage along Access College Road, Oke-Ado, Ibadan|
|60||Grading and Lateriting of Raphia Avenue|
|61||Grading and Lateriting of Arapaja Road (Phase 1) Ibadan|
|62||Grading and Lateriting of Alalubosa community road network (Phase 11) Ibadan|
|63||Grading and Lateriting of Alalubosa Community Road Network (Phase 111)|
|64||Grading and Lateriting of Alalubosa Community Road Network (Phase IV)|
|65||Grading and Lateriting of Alalubosa Community Road Network (Phase V)|
|66||Grading and Lateriting filling of Dogo Road Apata, Ibadan|
|67||Grading and Lateriting filling of Inaolaji Road, Apata, Ibadan|
|68||Grading and Lateriting filling of Lister Road, High Court Ring Road, Ibadan|
|69||Grading and Lateriting filling of Olorunlogbon Quarters (Phase 1) Apata, Ibadan.|
|70||Grading and Lateriting filling of Teslim Oluyole, Ibadan|
|71||Construction of Rubble retaining wall and backfilling at the Exit Section of Box Culvert at Vine Branch Axis of Queens College Road, Apata, Ibadan.|
|72||Bill of Quantities for the Construction of Culvert at Palace Junction – Sakapena Road.|
|73||Bill of Quantities for the construction, repair of line drainage and laterite filling of
Ijaoye-Abogun Road, Ibadan
|74||Repair of Rubble Stone line drainage and de-silting of existing culvert at Odutola Street Imalefalafia Road, Ibadan|
|75||De-silting of Line Drainage along Exit Section of Oja’ba/Born Photo Road, Ibadan|
|76||De-silting of Line Drainage along Exit Section of Queens College Road, Apata|
|77||De-silting of Line Drainage Along Entrance Section of Queens College Road Apata.|
|78||De-silting of Line Drainage Along Lilies Event Centre|
|79||Installation and Rewiring of Burnt wiring systems of Security Lights within the Local Government|
|80||Construction of Lined Drains at the entrance section of Babarumi Street, Oke-Ado, Ibadan|
|81||Ditto at Exit Section|
|82||Construction of lined drains at Brisko off Odutola road, Oke- Ado, Ibadan|
|83||Construction of Lined Drains at Ayankoya Street, Oke-Ado, Ibadan|
|84||Construction of Ring Drains at Dida Street, Oke-Ado|
|85||Ditto Along Hassan Street, Oke Ado, Ibadan|
|86||Repair and installation of plumbing fittings of boreholes at Bolumole (Ward 11)|
|87||Construction of ring culvert at Adamolekun Street Imalefalafia, Ibadan.|
|88||Construction of Fence and Installation of Gate at Local Government Secretariat|
|89||Grading and Lateriting of Blue Gate Oluyole|
|90||Grading and Lateriting of Ilupeju 2 Ibadan|
|91||Grading and Lateriting of Esuru road/Irepodun Estate, Ibadan|
|92||Desilting of line drainage and cart away of maternal at Opposite Methodist Church Odutola Oke-Ado Ibadan|
|93||Construction of Access Culvert at Ikukoyi Street, Tribune Area, Oke-Ado, Ibadan|
|94||Installation of pump and construction of Water Tank Platform and construction of Water Tap Stand at St. Anthony Pry-School Molete, Ibadan.|
|95||Construction of Suara Akande Road, Off Ring Road, Ibadan by Golmason International Ltd.|
|·Hon. (Alh.) Opaleye Moshood Gbenga||Chairman’s Office, Ibadan South West Local Government, Oluyole Estate, Ring-Road, Ibadan.|
Ibadan South West Local Government is reputed to be the most potentially viable in Oyo State. The reason is not far- fetched because the bulk of the Oyo State Industries lie within the Local Government. Ibadan South West Local Government has the largest concentration of industries and companies in the whole of Oyo State. About 50% of the Companies in the Local Government are located in Oluyole Industrial Estate while the remaining 50% are spread across the Local Government area. As a result of the concentration of industries, the inhabitants are highly enterprising.
Banks within the Local Government
- Guaranty Trust Bank Plc.
- First Bank of Nigeria Plc.
- Skye Bank Plc.
- Zenith Bank Plc.
- UBA Plc.
- Eco Bank Plc.
- Access Bank Plc.
- Union Bank Plc.
- Fidelity Bank Plc.
- Standard Trust Bank Plc.
GSM Network Providers within the Local Government
- Globacom Nigeria
- MTN Nigeria
Important markets within the Local Government
- Adeoyo Shopping Complex
- Ajumose market, Mobil, Ring Road
- Obafemi Awolowo Stadium, Liberty Road, Ibadan.
Hotels and Event Centres
- Academy Suite
- Brown Motel
- Liberty Motel
- Jogor Event Centre
- Bubble Plus
- Borem – Inn
- Continental Suite.
- Federal High Court
- Federal Inland Revenue Service
- National Industrial Court
- News Agency of Nigeria
|1||DR. RASAQ A. AJOBO||SOLE ADMINISTRATOR||AUGUST 1991 – JAN.
|2||ALHAJI BISI AKANDE||CHAIRMAN||JAN. 1992 – JUNE 92|
|3||MR. DEMOLA OYADEJI||SOLE ADMINNISTRATOR||JULY 1992 – DEC. 1992
|4||ALHAJI ENIOLA AYOADE||CHAIRMAN||JAN 1993 – APRIL 1994|
|5||ALHAJI R. A. ANIFOWOSE||CARETAKER||APRIL 1994 – APRIL 1996|
|6||DR. OLUKAYODE OSHIN||CHAIRMAN||APRIL 1996 – DEC. 1996|
|7||ALHAJI L. T. BUSARI||SOLE ADMINISTRATOR||JAN 1997 – MARCH 1997|
|8||ALHAJI TAJU BALOGUN||CHAIRMAN||APRIL1997 – JUNE 1998|
|9||ELDER I. A. ADETONA||SOLE ADMIN.||JULY 1998 – MAY 1999|
|10||DR. N. REMI ADENIRAN||CHAIRMAN||MAY 1999 – MAY 2002|
|11||ALHAJA K. I. ADELEKE||SOLE ADMIN.||JUNE 2002 – JULY 2002|
|12||ALHAJI D. A. ALAWUJE||CARE TAKER C’M||JULY 2002 – MAY 2003|
|13||HON. G. BASIR ABIADE||CHAIRMAN C’M||JULY2003 – FEB 2007|
|14||HON. TUNJI OYETUNDE||CARETAKER C’M||MARCH 2007 – MAY 2007|
|15||HON. T. ABASS ALESHINLOYE||CARETAKER||JUNE 2007 – NOV. 2007|
|16||HON. T. O. OLADEJO||CARETAKER||6TH NOV. – 2007|
|17||HON. T ABASS ALESHINLOYE||CARETAKER||DEC. 2007 – DEC. 2010|
|18||HON. REMI ALAO||CARETAKER||DEC. 2010 – JUNE 2011|
|19||HON. BOLAJI ADELEKE||CARETAKE C’M||AUG. 2011 – MAY 2015|
|20||SUNDAY KOLAWOLE LAOYE||HLGA||MAY 2015 – MARCH 2016|
|21||HON. ALH. RAFIU FOLARIN||CARETAKER C’M||MARCH 2016 – DEC. 2016|
|22||HON. ALH. OPALEYE MOSHOOD GBENGA||CARETAKER C;M||APRIL 2017 – TILL DATE|
- REGULATED PREMISES
- SLAUGHTER FEES
- ARTISAN LICENSE, STREET LIGHT, SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
- LIQUOR LICENSE
- OFF/ON LICENSE
- CAR PARK
- LEASES/GROUND RENT
- HAWKERS PERMIT
- RADIO AND TELEVISION
- BIRTH AND DEATH CERTIFICATE
- CERTIFICATE OF INDIGENESHIP
- LABORATORY FEES
- COURT FINE
- EARNING FROM COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES
- EARNING FROM DRILLING OF BOREHOLE
- EARNING FROM HIRING OF PLANT AND EQUIPMENTS
The old Ibadan South West Local Government was carved out of the defunct Ibadan Municipal Government (IMG) on August 27, 1991 during the regime of the former Military President, General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida. It had a land mass of about 244,55km square. The feature made it one of the largest Local Government in Oyo State. The Local Government had its administration headquarter at Aleshinloye.
The old Ibadan South West Local Government was appropriately 150km from Lagos by the most direct route and 659km from Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory. It was bounded by Ibadan North West and Ido Local Government in the West and by Ibadan North West and Ibadan South East Local Government in East.
The then Ibadan South West Local Government had a population figure of 283,098 according to the final result of 2006 census released by the National Population Census (NPC). There were eight-five (85) Primary Schools and thirty-six (36) Secondary Schools within the Local Government area.
The pioneer sole administrator of the then Ibadan South West Local Government was Chief Adebayo Ajobo.
On 20th of October, 2016 however, the new and current Ibadan South West Local Government with its administrative headquarters at Oluyole Estate, M.K.O. Abiola Way was evolved in accordance with the Oyo State of Nigeria Gazette No. 21, Vol. 41 published on 20th of October, 2016 titled: Local Government (Further Amendment) Law, 2016 signed into law by its Excellency, the Executive Governor of Oyo State, Senator Abiola Ajimobi on 6th of October, 2016
Within the new Local Government are forty-seven (47) Primary Schools and thirteen (13) Secondary Schools.
The first Caretaker Chairman for the new Local Government is Honourable (Alhaji) Opaleye Moshood Gbenga who was sworn-in on Friday 7th of April, 2017. The indigenous language of the people of Ibadan South West Local Government is Yoruba and their major occupation is trading.