Brief HistoryOjo area council was carved out of the then Badagry area council, which stretched beyond the Lagos-Badagry expressway i.e. constain. The area council is composed of two local governments; Ojo and Amuwo Local Governments. Ojo as a community is basically riverine and the local inhabitant are majorly uneducated. However the community is blessed with two Institutions: Lagos State University (LASU) and Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education (AOCOED), the Navy, Army Barracks, Satellite Town, Festac Town and the famous Alaba international market.
The people as expected have their religious life rooted in traditional worship such as "Igunuko, Egungun," among others. The advent of the two higher institutions however changed the cultural orientation of most youths though a large number of the students are not indigenes. The MSSN, Ojo area council became popularly when Bunyamin Ajayi became the Amir at a conference in 1995. Since then the council has gone through turbulent periods. It however remained steadfast and relied more on student members in the two higher institutions.
42, Jimoh Street, Okokomaiko, Ojoda
Venue: Okokomaiko Central Mosque
Time: Every Friday , 4.30 – 6.00 pm.
Venue: Ijanikin Central Mosque.
Time: Every Saturday 4.30p.m.
|Taking The Message Beyond Ordinary|
Extra Mural Class
Computer Appreciation and Internet Exploration
Guidance & Counseling Programme
|Branches Under The Council|
- Lagos State University
- Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education
|- Kuje Secondary School
- Agboju Secondary School
- Amuwo Grammar School
- Awori Ajeromi Grammar School
- Festac Girls Secondary School
- Festac Grammar School
- Festac College
- Navy Town Secondary School
- Nigerian Navy Secondary School
- Satellite Secondary School
- Cantonment Boy's Secondary School
- Cantonment Girls' Secondary School
- Command Day Secondary School
- Lagos State Model College
- Ojo High School
- Community Secondary School
- Awori college, Ojo
- Iba community Secondary School
- Ajangbadi High School, Afromedia
- Ilogbo-Elegba Grammar School, Ilogbo
- Isashi Grammar School, Isashi
- Lagos State Government Secondary School
- Federal Government College, Ijanikin