Oyo State Home of Meeting on Wednesday mounted twenty third October because the deadline for Caretaker Committee Chairmen in Native Authorities and Native Council Improvement Areas within the state to submit a complete report on the state of earthmoving gear of their councils to the home.
The Meeting stated the failure to submit the report will result in suspension of the council bosses.
The Home introduced this whereas contemplating the interim report of the Committee on Native Authorities and Chieftaincy Issues introduced by its Chairman, Hon Segun Popoola.
DAILY POST stories that the Meeting gave the ultimatum as a result of failure of lots of the council bosses to submit the report as directed by the home.
In keeping with Popoola, solely three Native Governments; Irepodun, Ibarapa Central and Atisbo South submitted their stories.
Popoola within the report advisable that the LGs and LCDAs embark on the development and rehabilitation of roads inside their localities particularly rural roads for simple transportation, and report back to the home every day.
The advice additionally urged the Council Chairmen to at all times imbibe good upkeep tradition within the administration of Authorities gear and property.
Speaker of the Meeting, Adebo Ogundoyin condemned the shortcoming of the Chairmen and the Heads of Native Authorities Administration to submit the report which is predicted to focus on the situation of the earth transferring gear.
He stated the Home will on the expiration of the ultimatum droop any LG or LCDA who fails to adjust to this directive.
He described the angle of the Chairmen as uncalled for.
The Deputy Speaker, Hon. Muhammad Fadeyi described the motion of the Caretaker Chairmen as despicable and a slap on the face of the Legislature including that the problem ought to be taken significantly.
Our correspondent gathered that the Home had on the 18th of August, 2020, directed all of the 33 LGs and 35 LCDAs within the state to submit an in depth report of earthmoving gear of their domains to the Home Committee on Native Authorities and Chieftaincy Issues.
The report is predicted to include the listing of graders, bulldozers, flat-bed vehicles and different gear of their council areas with a view to ascertaining their situation and stage of performance.