No plan to demolish Ilesa Central Mosque, Adeleke assures Muslims

The Osun State Governor Ademola Adeleke has assured the Ijesa Muslim Community that there was no plan to demolish the Ilesa Central Mosque within the ongoing Ilesa street dualisation mission.

The governor spoke by his spokesperson, Olawale Rasheed in a press release obtained in Osogbo on Friday,  the place he stated the peace of mind given through the ‘Ipade Imole’, a governor neighborhood engagement programme held in Ilesa, the place he stated the mosque wouldn’t be demolished, remained intact.

The assertion learn partly, “Governor Adeleke has obtained the plea of the Ijesa Muslim leaders and has directed that contemporary assurance be provided that the mosque isn’t billed for demolition within the ongoing street dualisation.

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“The Muslim Ummah mustn’t entertain any concern because the mosque stays intact. Only the prolonged canopies shall be affected, not the primary constructing as earlier indicated.

“The governor has also directed officials of the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure to interface with the Muslim leaders on the subject matter.”

Commending stakeholders for actively supporting the continuing dualisation at Ilesa, Adeleke expressed dedication to implementing the multi-billion naira infrastructure improve with an eye fixed on deep native content material and energetic neighborhood engagement and collaboration.

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