By Mojisola Oladele 

Osun State House of Assembly has assured members of Kelebe/Omu Landlord Association in Osogbo the state capital that the complaint brought to the Assembly would be resolved in no distance time.

The member representing, Obokun State Constituency, Prince Adeyemi Adewunmi, under Matters of Urgent Public Importance, informed the House about the peaceful protests held by Kelebe/ Omu Landlord Association who alleged the Nigerian Army of chasing them out of their lands, despite two court injunctions in their favour.

Lawmakers, including Mr Tajudeen Adeyemi, Mr Kanmi Ajibola, Mr Abiola Awoyeye, Mr Taofeek Olayiwola and Mr Femi Popoola suggested that a preliminary investigation Should be taken before further decision on the matter.

In reaction to the issue, the Speaker of the House, Prince Adewale Egbedun, who presided over the plenary, assured the community that their petition would be looked into with possible solutions soon, and urged the members of Kelebe /Omu Landlord Association to maintain calmness.

Similarly, under Personal Explanation, a member representing Ila State Constituency, Alhaji Sikiru Bajepade drew the attention of the House to the hardship faced by people of Ajegunle Community in Ila Local Government following a collapsed bridge which linked the two communities. 

Alhaji Bajepade, who lamented about the situation, called for urgent attention of the State Government to fix the bridge and repair the Ila/ Otan Ayegbaju bad road before the rainy season sets in.

The Speaker called on the Chairman House Committee on Public Works and Transport, Mr. Waheed Abiola to look into the matter.

Meanwhile, The Osun State Senior Secondary Education Board Establishment Bill 2023 and Osun State Primary Health Care Development Board Amendment 2023 have passed through the first reading during plenary.

The Majority Leader of the House, Mr Babajide Kofoworola, a member representing Olaoluwa, Mr Ibrahim Afeez and a member representing Ife Central, Mr Abiola Awoyeye moved the motion for the adoption of the Bills during plenary held at the Assembly Complex, Osogbo.

The Speaker, Prince Adewale Egbedun urged the legislators to carefully study the bills in preparation for the policy thrust.

Also, the legislators dissolved into the committee of the whole House to make amendments to the report of the Public Hearing of Osun State Discrimination Against Persons with Disabilities Prohibition Bill 2024, held in September last year.

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