CSDA, OGCARES Train LGRC On Project Documentation

CSDA, OGCARES Train LGRC On Project Documentation

Local Government Review Committee (LGRC), members under Ogun Covid-19 Action Recovery and Economy Stumulus (OG-CARES), have been trained on project documentation preparation for the next phase of disbursement for the execution of developmental projects.


Speaking at a-day training programme organised by the Community and Social Development Agency in Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta, Commissioner for Finance and Chief Economic Adviser in the state, Mr. Dapo Okubadejo highlighted the efforts ofthe state government to check the negative impact of COVID-19 at the grass roots.


Represented by the Senior Special Assistance to the Governor on Development Partner Coordinator/Coordinator OG-CARES, Mr. Bayo Adenekan, charged the participants to cooperate and support the community for the documentation of the project to be executed within the community, imploring them to be proactive and expidite action in the execution of the project in their communities.



“We should not be foot dragging with the implementation of the project as Ogun State is one of the best when we talk of the provision of social infrastructure for its citizenry, let us do our bits. This is a very salient assignment we need to do, so as to achieve and make this a success,”he said.


Also speaking, the acting General Manager, CSDA/Project Manager OG-CARES, Mr. Rahman Adelaja in his earlier remarks, appreciated the state government and the World Bank for having the interest of the masses in the project implementation and execution.

He urged members of the LGRC to cooperate with the community members when need arise, especially for proper documentation and implementation of the project to be executed in the communities of their various local governments.


Responding on behalf of the LGRC members, Mrs. Koleade appreciated both the World Bank and the State government for the provision of infrastructural facilities to their communities, promising their cooperations for the success of the project.

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