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CONTACT DETAILS OF THE SECURITY AGENTS OF OSHODI

MARRIAGE RIGISTRY IN OSHODI-ISOLO LOCAL GOVERNMENT

NAMES OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN OSHODI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

OSHODI-ISOLO LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN OSHODI ISOLO

HEALTHCARE CENTERS AND ONGOING MODEL PRIMARY HEALTHCARE CENTER WITHIN OF OSHODI-ISOLO

 

 

CONTACT DETAILS OF THE SECURITY AGENTS OF OSHODI –ISOLO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

s/n

Security Body

Police Station

Location

Name of Divisional Police Officer/Co-ordinator

Telephone number

   1.

Nigeria Police Force-NPF

Akinpelu Police Station

Akinpelu Street Oshodi,Lagos

C.S.P, Victor N.Osuji

08057759929

   2.

Nigeria Police Force-NPF

Makinde Police Station

Makinde Street Oshodi,Lagos

C.S.P,Nguwu Emmanuel

08023010227

   3.

Nigeria Police Force-NPF

Sogunle Policfe Station

Sogunle Street Oshodi,Lagos

C.S.P,Isaac Akinwolemwa

01-7402429

   4.

Neighbourhood Watch

Oshodi-Isolo Local Government

Oshodi-Isolo Local Government

Rev.(Dr.)T.A Fasanya

08060664796

 

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CONTACTS OF CHIEF NURSING OFFICER AND ASSISTANT CHIEF NURSING OFFICER   PRIMARY HEALTHCARE CENTERS AND ONGOING MODEL PRIMARY HEALTHCARE CENTER WITHIN OF OSHODI-ISOLO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

S/N

Names of Primary HealthCare Center

Location of Primary HealthCare Centers

Chief Nursing Officer of Primary HealthCare Center

Telephone number

1.

Ajibolu Primary Healthcare Center

Ajibolu ,Oshodi

Mrs. Dada

08035501294

2.

Ewututu Primary Health Care Center

Ewutuntun, Oshodi

Mrs. Shoremekun

08023546920

3.

Sogunle  Primary HealthCare Center

Mafoluku, Oshodi

ACNO-Mrs. Adeleke

08023704440

4.

Oshodi Primary HealthCare Center

No, 4 Oshodi

Mrs. Kunle

08023207453

5.

Igbehinadun  Model  Primary Healthcare Center

Oshodi-Isolo Local Government

   

 

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MARRIAGE REGISTRY IN OSHODI-ISOLO LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Oshodi-Isolo local government as one of the twenty (20) created local government councils in Lagos sState since 1991, has since its advent been operating from a high pedestal running the Marriage Registry as one of the wings of  the local government. The marriage registry is located in the premises of the local government. Marriage Registry briefly is a legal place where civil marriages that do not involve a religious ceremony are performed by the people and for the people 9couples) involved. It is also a place where records of birth, marriage and deaths are made. The registry is dependent on the State-ministry of local governments, while at the local government it services are fast tracked directly under the Council Manager (CM).
Marriage Registry is such essential in the society. Understandable so, because it directly deals with the general public on requisite rules, regulations, do’s and dont’s on marriage purpose. The purpose of Marriage Registry is to create a home at the grassroots between a man/woman. It stands as a pivot to unify intending couples in a not religious decorum.
In the marriage registry it is mandatory that before couple(s) are being joined together a time frame of twenty-one (21) days of counseling and investigations on the sides of both partners are displayed to avoid the statement “had I know” after the marriage.
Oshodi-Isolo local government marriage registry serving as one of the sections crucial in the administrative function of the local government, thus being closest to the people to constitute a home, sees to the welfare of the intending or already couple(s) on the following service functions.

  1. Register intending couples.
  2. It settles grudges-misunderstanding aroused between couple that could destabilize their marriage.
  3. Educate the people on the need to legalize their marriage to avoid uncertainties that might occur when one is dead; perhaps the man.
  4. Issue marriage certificate to eligible couples.

Besides the above services as functionally discharged by the registry are; marriage registry certificate of confirmation also called (security document) that serves as an identification form on behalf of the couple(s) to an international body embassy especially when one intends to travel legally. This security document is a protection on the rights of either the man/woman who was legally married. Not only to the married couples do has the registry issued the identification form to. It is also issued to a bachelor or spinster on (bachelor or spinster-hood certificate-attestation letter) as consent from the marriage registry to an embassy for verification before issued a visa or to an organization as the case may be.
However, all the services are rendered to people who registered; and that who do not, but seems it pertinent to identify with the marriage registry. All the documents-forms or certificates has alphabetical symbols.
Form    E- is marriage confirmation certificate (security document).

Form C- is license certificate form that the church requires before wedding couple in a religious decorum.
Marriage registry cannot be taken to the field anywhere as stipulated by the by-law. Therefore all the documents are gotten from the state ministry of local government.
Conclusively, the marriage registry is controlled by an officer- in charge-registrar who ensures that marriages and other necessities are in accordance with the requisite rules and regulations. Therefore Oshodi -Isolo marriage registry is there to serve you beyond your expectancy. Identify and register with us to be accorded necessary assistance. We are for you and at your disposal every working day for services.

 

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NAMES OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN OSHODI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

S/N

NAME OF SCHOOLS

LOCATION

1.

Afariogun Primary School, Oshodi

30,Afariogun Street Oshodi

2.

Afolabi  Primary School ,Oshodi

45/47 Brown Street Oshodi

3.

Agoowu Primary School,  Shogunle

Market Street Sogunle

4.

Ajibulu Primary School ,Mafoluku

Oluyide Street Mafoluku

5.

Aregbe Primary School ,Mafoluku

59,Makinde Street Mafoluku

6.

Bashiru Daniel Primary School

Oluyide Street Mafoluku

7.

Central Primary School ,Oshodi

Oyetayo Street ,Oshodi

8.

Community Primary School , Ewutuntun

Bodeonifade Avenue Ewutuntun

9.

Ewu Primary School ,Ewutuntun

Ogundele  Street ,Shogunle

10.

Folaranmi Primary School,Shogunle

Market Street Shogunle

11.

Folorunsho Primary School ,Oshodi

Folorunsho Close Orile ,Oshodi

12.

Hope Primary School Mafoluku

Oluyeye Street Mafoluku

13

Ideal Primary School ,Oshodi

Adewale Cresent ,Oshodi

14.

Ipesa Nursery /Primary School

Folorunsho Close Orile Oshodi

15.

Larinde Primary School ,Mafolunku

3,Adelani Ajayi Close Mafoluku

16.

Local Government Primary School,Oshodi

105,Oshodi Road Oshodi

17.

Local Government Primary School,Shogunle

17,Tiwalade Street ,Shogunle

18.

Mafoluku Primary School ,Mafoluku

59, Makinde Street, Mafoluku

19.

Methodist Primary School ,Ewutuntun

Babayanju Street Ewuntuntun

20.

Methodist Primary School ,Oshodi

42,Oshodi Road Oshodi

21.

Monsuru Ajoro Primary School

8,Ajayi Close Mafoluku

22.

New State Primary School ,Oshodi

Adeyemi Street ,Oshodi

23.

Oshodi Model Primary School,Oshodi

Adeyemi Street ,Oshodi

24.

Oshodi Primary School,Oshodi

45/47 Brown Street ,Oshodi

25.

Owoseni Primary School ,Oshodi

Adeyemi Street ,Oshodi

26.

St.John Catholic Primary

9/11 Oyetayo Street ,Oshodi

27.

St.Paul Anglican Primary School,Mafoluku

59,Makinde Street ,Mafoluku

28.

State Primary School,Ewutuntu

Bode Onifade Avenue ,Ewuntuntu

29.

State Primary School, Mafoluku

Bode Onifade Avenue ,Ewuntuntu

30.

Temidire Primary School ,Shogunle MESE

19,Tiwalade Street,Shogunle

31.

Wesley Primary School ,Oshodi

42 Oshodi Road Oshodi

32.

Aregbe Home Economics Centre

59,Makinde Street Mafoluku

33.

New State Home  Economics Centre

Adeyemi Street Oshodi

34

Temidire Home Economics Centre

 

 

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OSHODI-ISOLO LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

Chief I.O Orija                                            
CDC  Chairman                                          
08023137234                                           

 

Hon. S. Ade Macarthy(JP)
CDC  Secretary
08027194007

List  Community Development Association in Oshodi-Isolo Local Government

S/N

 Name of Community Development  Association(CDA)

Address/Location

1

Omak

23,Mosaku Street,Oshodi

2

Araromi

Oshodi P.H.C Ogunlana Str. Oshodi

3

Ewu Tuntun

45,Olafuyi Popoola Str. Ewu

4

Samuel/Olowoporoku

24,Samuel St.Mafoluku

 5

Omilade/Ilare

62/64 Eyinogun Str.Mafoluku

 6

 Oshodi

Afariogun Pry School,Oshodi

 7

Igbehinwa-Adun

41,Igbehin-Adun Str.Oshodi

 8

Oluyeye/Dosumu

Ajibulu P.H.C

 9

Ajamogun/Onikotun

2,Omolade Oshilowo Str.Ewu

10

Bello Owosho

6,Alhaja Abibat St.Sogunle

11

Agbelekale/Olaiya

38,Agbelekale Str.Mafoluku

12

Ifelogun

15,Joseph Str.Oshodi

 13

Olori

23,Olori Street Oshodi

14

Ogunoloko

13,Okanlowon Str.Mafoluku

15

Temidire

Alhaji Yekinni Str.Sogunle

16

Ileshomi

18,Ogundele Str. Ewu

17

Ajisegiri

29, Ajisegiri  Str.Sogunle

18

Taiwo/Wahab Larinde

 

19

Asebomio

10,Adekunle Str.Oshodi

20

Soya’Y’

2,Ogunkoya Str.Oshodi

21

Adeyemi/Arowojobe

24,Arowojobe Str. Oshodi

22

Ajibulu/Ayodele

Mafoluku P.H.C

23

Fabukade

8,Anike Str. Sogunle

24

Maboju

20,Majekodunmi Str. Sogunle

25

Banjoko

28,Banjoko Str.Oshodi

 26

Ariori/Ijaiye

43,Branco St.Mafoluku

27

Rai Abayomi/Deji Adeoye

 11,Adelani Ajayi Close ,Mafoluku

28

Osundeyi/Abolaji

8,Adijat Lawl Close,Mafoluku

29

Raimi Olowora/Eweje

5,Eweje Str. Mafoluku

30

Brown/Agege Motor Road

24,Brown Str.Oshodi

 31

Alasia

38,Alasia Compound,Alasia,Oshodi

32

Irepodun

25,Anthony Obe Street

33

Bosia

 Boladale Street Oshodi

34

Ogundele

18,Ogundele Str.Ewu Tuntun

35

Araoye

Osemene Str.Ewu

36

Akinsoji

12,Babayanju Str. Ewu

37

Opo-Osun

3,Opo –Osun Str. Sogunle

38

Olu Ewu

Ogunkoya Str. Mafoluku

39

Mafoluku Central

Sogunle P.H.C

40

Sogunle Central

Sogunle Multipurpose Hall Sogunle

 

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HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN OSHODI ISOLO

School health services program clinic especially designed to meet the health need the young adults, the teenager the adolescent where our team of medical professional medical workers, community health workers, registered nurse go to schools within the community inform and enlighten them on epidemics within the community-school health counseling at the end of the workshop many young people come privately to seek the counsel and screening
Adolescent clinic- it’s a clinic uniquely designed for the teenager and the young adults of the community where they can freely walk into for counsel and free screening; it is slightly different from the School health services program clinic as young adults come to the clinic for services .it is static and it is carried out as part of our services in the primary health care center
Mobile Clinic-a community health outreach service specifically designed to reach Improve access of community members to health services that are under-served- target population such as the traders the women that fully engrossed with the business of the market, religious bodies with certain belief with respect to certain health issues or epidemic, ignorance women to certain epidemic and its subsequent effect. It is also a vital approach to routine immunization in all areas where populations are under-served, whether urban or rural, near or remote area.

National Program on Immunization Day-(NIDs): conducted to rapidly boost immunity of all children less than five years of age, regardless of their immunization status. The idea is to catch children who are either not immunized, or only partially protected, and to boost immunity in those who have been immunized. This way, every child in the most susceptible age group is protected against polio at the same time - depriving the virus of the opportunity to spread.
National Immunization plus Days (NIPDs): eligible children will be immunized against poliomyelitis, measles and DPT with vaccines provided by the Federal Government. State and Local Governments will provide the “plus” to the antigens, as they are available. These would include Insecticide Treated Nets (ITNs), Oral Rehydration Solution, analgesics, scaling of the teeth and soap. This includes providing regular vitamin A supplements, insecticide-treated mosquito nets to help protect families from malaria, and other locally appropriate interventions
Know the Routine immunization schedule and get your child immunized

  • BCG - At birth or as soon as possible after birth
  • OPV - At birth and at 6, 10 and 14 weeks of age
  • DPT - At 6, 10 and 14 weeks of age
  • Hepatitis B - At birth, 6 and 14 weeks
  • Measles - At 9 months of age
  • Yellow Fever - At 9 months of age

 

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