SABO AND KAYODE MARKETS SHUT………..For non compliance to environmental sanitation exercise.Jul 29th, 2012 | By Akinlade Dada | Category: Lead Story, NEWS, SANITATION
The Executive chairman, Yaba LCDA, Hon AbdulRaheem Olajide Jimoh has ordered the immediate closure of Sabo and Kayode markets in Yaba LCDA. The chairman, who monitored the monthly environmental sanitation exercise on Saturday 28th July, 2012 was bitter at the deteriorating condition of the environment of the two markets.
The drainages inside Sabo Market were in a mess and the environment littered with refuses while wares were displayed indiscriminately around the premises. Most of the shops have been turned to place of abode for the sellers. As at the time of getting into the market, butchers were busy slaughtering rams while some are busy sleeping instead of cleaning and tidying up the market environment.
The story was the same at kayode Market, Abule Ijesha as most of the stalls have been converted to a permanent place of abode by the sellers. Shanties were seen at strategic locations in the market and the whole environment was in a mess.
Similarly, the chairman frowned at the indiscriminate parking on Moleye Street, Yaba. He called on the residents to maintain one side of the road for parking in order to give way for free movement of vehicles in and out of the Street. He ordered the caterer that littered the street with ice mineral boxes, chairs and tables to pack them away. ‘’People should not turn the street into rental corners where they display their rental materials’’. He said
MAC-WEEN STREET (ALONG SABO) DURING THE SANITATION (CLEARING OF DRAINAGE)
SABO MARKET CLEANING EXERCISE
members of the environmental sanitation team at work at the main gate of sabo
Market during the sanitation.
Hon Jide Jimoh & noe of the State Hon Jide Jimoh & Iyaloja of Yaba
monitoring members in a chat. during the sanitation exercise at sabo
The unhygenic situation of drainages inside Sabo Market discovered during the exercise
The situation of the slaughtering ground An Indomine shop discovered opened during the exercise
Pepper seller stand already displayed One of the offenders arrested by an environmental defender
SITUATION REPORT ON KAYODE RETAIL MARKET DURING SANITATION EXERCISE.
Kayode Market used as parking ground Shops converted to place of abode.
The filthy environment as recorded during the sanitation exercise
Shanties within the Market premises
The condition of the environment of Kayode retail Market.
Hon Jide Jimoh posed with Iya loja Jide Jimoh in a group photograph with
general left & Iya loja of Kayode Market. Iya loja, CDA Exexutive & Iya loja of y aba.
The occupants are being driven out of All the occupants of the Market after
the Market before the closure. the closure of the Markket
VISITATION OF CHAIRMAN TO MOLEYE STREET IN ALAGOMEJI DURING SANITATION EXERCISE.
Moleye Street where vehicles are parked at both side of the road thereby creating
problem of free flow of vehickes on the street
Filt littered on both side of Moleye street.
Vehicles parked on both side of Moleye Hon Jide Jimoh is seen here speaking
at the main entrance of the street. with some of the residents on need to maintain sanity.