Dr. and Mrs. Olayinka Alausa, the founder of Omo Alausa Foundation has been playing a key role in health and community development. In this period when the state government is working towards the eradication of public defecation, a public toilet was built at lyana Oworo in oworoshoki LCDA by the Foundation.
The toilet was completely constructed to a standard conducive for usage.
The Community Joint Leader of the CDA in person of Pastor S.F Allen and other CDA chairmen appreciated the foundation for the project embarked in the community as it will eradicate public defecation and also boost the health factor of the community.
Otunba Tiwalade Gbenga ( The Foundation Manager) charges the CDA to take proper care of the toilet because the joy of the management of the Foundation is to hear good usage of it inorder to encourage the Foundation to do more for the community.
Apostle Bajowa ,one of the community chairman was very appreciative towards the kind gestures and prayed for more strength and ability for the founder to be able to continue in the good work he has embarked on.
Another chairman Mr Dairo , from Itesiwaju CDA where the toilet was located also promised to make sure the toilet will be put in good use.
Mr. Abiodun the mechanic chairman that’s is close to the venue of the toilet who is going to be in charge of the toilet said , “I personally believe that we all must make steps towards the welfare of our very own society, today I am thanking Omo Alausa Foundation for this project being put on in the community, May God bless him and his wife, (Dr. and Mrs. Olayinka Alausa) and the entire members of the foundation for the selfless services carried out in oworoshoki.
Mr E.F Odunbanwo also appreciate the foundation for this development, and also said if we can have more of Dr. and Mrs Olayinka the country will be better than this and the people will definitely believe there is hope in life.
The project was handed over to the community authorities for proper monitoring.
Oyelara Saheed Adekunle
Director Media and Publicity
Omo Alausa Foundation