OKE’BADAN LCDA is one of the 35 LCDAs created under No.21, vol. 41 gazette of Oyo state by the Executive Governor of Oyo State Senator Isiaq Abiola Ajimobi on 20th October, 2016. It has its headquarters at Eleyele. It was carved out of Ibadan North West Local Government with the sole aim of bringing government nearer to the people so as to ensure rapid socio-economic growth of the people thereby improving the living standard notwithstanding the ubiquitous concentrated complains about the economic crunch of Local councils across the country.

Our Vision

  • The vision of the LCDA is to provide a system comprising effective, collaborative and accountable governance with the capacity to manage, change and provide quality and affordable services in the community.
  • To improve the effectiveness and efficiency service delivery most especially in the area of health care and education services.
  • Oke’badan LCDA focused on ameliorating poverty, unemployment most especially among youths pursuing menial activity or task to survive.

Our Mission

The mission of oke’badan LCDA is to serve as a machinery for rural development and transformation. Empirical findings have shown that most local governments’ activities have not adequately mobilized the people for rural development activities.

 

Our Objectives

  • Development of each component unit of the LCDA
  • Distribution of dividends of democracy to every part of the LCDA.
  • Providing a decent clean and beautiful environment for the people to live in.
  • Providing a secured environment for the people in the community
  • Providing good working condition for the workers and payment of salaries and allowances as at when due.
  • To facilitate development at the grassroots

OKE’BADAN LCDA is one of the 35 LCDAs created under No.21, vol. 41 gazette of Oyo state by the Executive Governor of Oyo State Senator Isiaq Abiola Ajimobi on 20th October, 2016. It has its headquarters at Eleyele. It was carved out of Ibadan North West Local Government with the sole aim of bringing government nearer to the people so as to ensure rapid socio-economic growth of the people thereby improving the living standard notwithstanding the ubiquitous concentrated complains about the economic crunch of Local councils across the country.

Oke’badan LCDA is bounded in the North by Ido Local Government, in the west by Ibadan West LCDA, in the East by Ibadan North East and in the South by Ibadan South East Local Government. The LCDA is predominantly urban area. It is thickly populated with people of different ethnic groups and of different races with diverse professions.

Oke’badan LCDA has in its jurisdiction Eleyele water works, Army barracks, Police State headquarters and a golf court. The local council has both social and physical infrastructural facilities that include roads, water supply, health centers and housing.

Because the Local government is the commercial centre of the city, majority of its people engage in buying and selling of electronics, building materials, clothes, household utensils, banks and other government owned institutions and parastatals dominate a reasonable part of the commercial portion of the council area.

The Local Council area has the following markets in its jurisdiction; Eleyele market, Oke Padre,  Salvation Army Electrical appliances market etc.

The following companies are situated in the LCDA; Fan Milk, , Askar Paint Limited, Oyo State Water Corporation Reservoir at  Eleyele,

Oke’Badan LCDA houses the famous Oke’badan hill on which the yearly Oke’badan festival is observed. This hill gives Oke’badan LCDA the edge over other LCDAs at the level of Tourist attraction.

The political administration of Oke’Badan LCDA started under a Caretaker Chairman, Mogaji Samuel Kolawole Ajadi who was sworn-in by His Excellency, Senator Isiaq Abiola Ajimobi on April 7, 2017.

The vox pop conducted across Oke’Badan LCDA reveals that the splitting of the LCDA from Ibadan North West Local Government has indisputably eased up the problems of distribution of resources as well as accessibility of the governing council of the Local Council. This development has contributed much in heightening the living standard of the people and their engagements within and outside the local council development area.

The LCDA through the help of APIN Public Health Initiatives renovated comprehensive health Centre, Oniyanrin for the use of the people in the community.

The LCDA through the help of Nigeria United States for Chambers of Commerce (NUSACC) donated two dialysis machines as health facility for the use of the people in the community

        Ward 2                                                       

  • Galaxy, oke- are
  • Agbede Adodo
  • Asukuna
  • Oopo yeosa
  • Idi- oro
  • Adagbada
  • Ori – Gbegi

Ward 6

  • Abebi
  • Oke padre
  • Oniyanrin
  • Oopo
  • Daily times

Ward 8

  • Inalende alawo
  • Attenda
  • Omitowoju
  • Famoriyo
  • Adeeyo
  • Ode Oolo.

 

Ward 10

  • Fan milk
  • Eleyele
  • Benjamin
  • TCTC
  • Idi-ope
  • Odo Elemu
  • Animashaun

 

Ward 11

  • Olopomewa
  • Oluseyi
  • Arometa
  • Askar
  • Adetokun
  • Idi-oro Elewa
  • Idi-osan
  • Oke suna
  • Ayetoro
  • Babalegba

The following are ways through which the LCDA generates its revenue

  • Liquor licence
  • Loading and Offloading
  • Hackney Permit
  • Motor Park receipt
  • Grand Rent
  • Money collected from usage of public toilets
  • Wrong illegal packing levy
  • Corporate T.V and Radio Annual fee
  • Corporate parking space
  • Marriage levy
  • Local government Identification
  • Club registration
  • Street Naming. etc

IMPORTANT MARKETS

  • Eleyele Market
  • International market, Eleyele
  • Salvation Army spare parts market

 

HEALTH CENTRES

  • Oniyanrin Comprehensive Health Centre
  • Origbegi Primary Health Centre, Oopoyeosa
  • Eleyele Primary Health Care Centre, Babalegba

 

OKE’BADAN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS

  • Oba Abass Aleshinloye Grammar School, Eleyele
  • Ansar-ul-deen High school, Olona, Sango Road
  • Anwar-Ul-Islam Grammar School, Eleyele
  • Onireke Girls High School, Onireke
  • Army Barrack Grammar School, Letmauk Barrack, Mokola
  • Eleyele High School, Eleyele
  • Army Day High School, Letmauk Barrack, Mokola
  • Sacred Heart Secondary School, Ode-Olo
  • Eleyele Secondary School, Fan Milk
  • Community High School, Olopomewa / Oluseyi

OKE BADAN PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS

  • Army Children School 1, Mokola
  • Saint Patrick Catholic School Abebi 1 – 3
  • Saint Richard Catholic Primary School 1 & 2 Eleyele
  • Army Children School 1 – 8 Mokola
  • Salvation Army School, 1 – 2, Ekotedo
  • Savior A/C school, Ekotedo
  • Ebenezer Anglican School, Ekotedo
  • Sacred Heart School 1 – 2 Inalende
  • Saint Joseph School, 1 – 13 Inalende
  • New Baptist Primary School 1 – 2 Inalende
  • Community Primary School 1 – 2 Olopomewa
  • Anwaru-Islam Primary School 1 – 3.

Educational institutions located in Oke’Badan LCDA

  • School of Hygiene, Eleyele
  • School of Nursing – Eleyele
  • Federal Cooperative College – Eleyele

The departments in Oke’Badan LCDA are

  • Administration and General Services
  • Finance and Supply
  • Education and Social services
  • Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • Primary Health Care (PHC)
  • Budget, Planning, Research and Statistics
  • Works
  • Environmental, Health, Disease and Control (EHDC)

Each department has departmental Head and the Heads of Departments also have their own staff that carries out different functions assigned to them.

  • Ayoola Olagoke Joseph  –    Council Manager (CM)
  • Oluwole Oyelade       –       Dir.of Admin and General Services(DAGS)
  • Alhaja Zainab Bolomope  –      Dir of Finance and Supply (DF)
  • Idris Salawu –    Dir. of Education and Social Services(DESS)
  • Gideon Adegbite –    PHC Coordinator
  • Taofeek Akinbode –    Dir. of Works
  • Ojeniyi Adefunke –    Dir of Environmental, Health, Disease And

control (EHDC)

  • Wale Fajinmi –    Dir. of Budget, Planning, Research and

Statistics (BPR & S)

  • Mrs Abosede Olayiwola.           –    Establishment officer
  • Jibola Olanrewaju –     Internal Auditor
  • Ramat Alade –     Information Officer
  • Mr Adewale                              –      Rate Officer

The Local Council operates in a top-down approach. Instructions come from the top and flow down until the instructions are carried out. The activities of the local council are divided based on the departments of the local government and each department has its own functions and area of operations.  The activities of the local government include provision of basic infrastructural facilities and general development of the area under its jurisdiction.

These functions could be further listed as

  • Control of the use and development of land.
  • Formulation of laws and regulations
  • Creation of markets and motor parks
  • Provision of primary health facilities
  • Collection of taxes and levies to carry out levies to carry out its operation

Mogaji Samuel kolawole Ajadi was born on August 26,1952  into the family of Mr Ajadi and madam Comfort.A Ajadi of Gbopa compound, Olorisa oko, Ibadan. He started his educational career at Saint Joseph primary School Abebi, Ibadan, Oyo state between 1960-1966. He  later went to Ogbomoso  Grammar school between 1969-1973 before proceeding to Bergen Community college (1978- 1980) and Kean University (1978-1983) where  he had his  Bachelor degree in Associates in Science and Industrial Technology respectively.

Mogaji Ajadi started his working career at United Wires Hangers, USA between 1978-1982 and Mainers Asubeco  Inc, USA between 1983-1995. He is the Chief Executive officer of SAMSTUBEND INC.PERTERSON, NEW JERSEY, a manufacturing company that fabricates industrial boiler tubes.

As a philanthropist, Mogaji Ajadi established Samuel Kolawole Ajadi foundation (SKA foundation) in 2008  to cater for human needs through awareness programs  economic empowerment, distribution of reading and writing materials to various elementary schools, soft loan programs and business dependency.

His political career started when he was appointed as Senior Special Assistant to Gov. Isiaq Abiola Ajimobi on political matters. During this time, he assisted his Excellency in propagating and disseminating his achievements to the grassroots through various awareness programs.

Mogaji Ajadi was at various times president of Ibadan Descendant union, New Jersey(2003-2008), President of Board of Trustees (FUMC,Passaic, New Jersey,2007-2011).

Mogaji Samuel Kolawole Ajadi is presently the Caretaker Chairman of oke’badan LCDA. He was appointed and sworn-in on April 7,2017 by  His  Excellency, Senator Isiaq Abiola Ajimobi

He is happily married and blessed with lovely children

His hobbies include playing Golf, football and basketball.

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