Residents and members of ANACOWA Motorcycle Owners And Riders Association in Amuwo Odofin  Local Government Area of Lagos State, South West, Nigeria, have expressed happiness over the  free medical service given to them by the council boss Comrade Ayodele Adewale.

Speaking on behalf of the residents, Comrade James Ahonye, the branch chairman of ANACOWA in  Festac Town, said they are happy over the council chairman’s achievements since assumption  of office, adding that he deserved commendation and should be emulated.

He described the council chief as an embodiment of hard work, diligence who has given the  people of the area true dividends of democracy.

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According to him, Comrade Adewale has paid special attention to the less privileged through  laudable programmes such as free medical care services, rehabilitation of public primary and  secondary schools, clearance of drainages, rehabilitation of roads, provision of note books  for pupils in public primary schools, porovision of free 600 GCE and 500 JAMB forms.

He said Adewale also organised lectures for indigent students, provision of vehicles and  gadgets to the police in order to checkmate criminal activities within the area.

The ANACOWA leader said, the council boss has successfully sanitize and foster peace among  the unions in the area.