Monday, 25th September 2023
HRM Oba (Engr) Kabir Adewale Shotobi. The Ayangbure of Ikorodu. Grand Patron of IOA.
The pavilion building for chieftaincy title holder in Ikorodu.
Ikorodu Oga Ejina Market Place
Ikorodu Oga statue erected by IOA
IOA Family Photo Gallery 2006
Commissioning of Health Centre Refurbish by IOA
Ikorodu City Main Market Place

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Structure Aims

The general house shall be composed of the members of the Association sitting at a General Meeting, Annual General Meeting or any special meeting for which the purpose is to discuss matters affecting the Association’s affairs. The General House shall be the supreme organ of decision making and shall be vested with the power of ratification of any decision that may be brought to it by other duly constituted organ of administration.

Standing Committees

The following standing committees shall be constituted under the Code of Conduct and shall comprise of not less than three and not more than five members nominated by the executive council or by the General House, same as prescribed by the Code of Conduct.

•i. Membership Committee

•ii. Project Development Committee

•iii. Social and Welfare Committee

•iv. Disciplinary Committee

•v. Code of conduct and Constitution Review Committee

•vi. Finance and Auditing Committee

Unless as prescribed under the code of conduct, committee shall elect within their membership their chairperson; secretary and notify the General House accordingly.

 The General House may in addition to these committees, constitute ad-hoc committee as and when required, charge with specific responsibilities for which they shall be accountable thereto.


Membership Committee

This committee shall be headed and presided over by the Vice-president. He/she must be supported by three or four members. Their duties shall be as follow:

 Shall be responsible for admission, suspension and withdrawal of membership and other disciplinary duties associated with general membership.

 Shall be competent on recommending appropriate disciplinary measures on issues referred to it by either the Executive Council or the General House.

 Shall meet to canvass for recruitment of membership of the Association.

Project Structure

This committee shall be composed of four or five members, its' duties include: Shall be responsible for initiating, deliberating and recommending development programme and means of assistance. Shall liaise with other organisation within the United Kingdom and in Ikorodu Town of Lagos State on modalities for contribution to development activities, while recommendations shall be forwarded to the Executive Council for its' advice before presentation to the General House.

Disciplinary Committee The composition of this committee shall include and be headed by the Chief Whip with three to five other members. Its' duties shall be: To determine the Association's disciplinary procedures on all offences. To investigate any allegation levied against any member of the Association. To recommend appropriate punishment to be imposed on officers or other members.


Code of Conduct & Constitution Review Committees This will be composed of four or five members. It may be called upon from time to time on the request of the House. Its' duties shall include the following: To meet and debate any amendment to the Code of Conduct and the Constitution.


To liaise with legal advisor or general legal issue that may affect the association’s code of conduct and the constitution. To recommend procedure on constitutional matters that may affect the operation of the Association and its' members. The chairperson shall possess knowledge of the Law of the land.

Social And Welfare Monitoring Committee This will be composed of four or five members; while its' duties include the following: Shall be responsible for the social development and monitoring members' welfares.

Shall gather and circulate the information which could enhance the welfare of the members.

Shall ensure proper planning and co-ordination of all social activities in co-operation with the social affairs secretary.

To serve as advisory committee on all social cultural and traditional matters.

Financial Structure

This committee shall be composed of three or four members. Its' duties will include:


To provide avenue for generation of funds for the Association. Shall act as Advisory committee on financial matters. To audit the Association's accounts annually.


The Structural Composition of Executive Council


The Executive committee shall be empowered to discipline any member of the Executive for gross misconduct.

This power must be sanctioned by a simply majority and seek approval from the house accordingly.

The Executive council shall comprise of all elected officers of the Association and constituted by:

•The President
•The Vice President
•The Secretary
•The Assistant Secretary
•The Treasurer
•The Financial Secretary
•The Public Relations Officer
•The Welfare Secretary

The council members shall be elected annually (April to March) from within the membership and shall jointly andseverally be competent in their respective designations and be collectively accountable to the General House.


The council shall be empowered to recommend the appointment of patrons and matrons, to promote and facilitate the execution of the Association's aims and objectives. Both patrons and matrons shall be residents in UK & Ireland and/or Nigeria. His Royal Highness, the Ayangburen of Ikorodu shall be entitled to the Grand Patronship of the Association.


The Structural Composition of Council of Elders The council of elders shall have an advisory role on issues referred to them by the general house or the Executive Council.


The Council of elders will composed of not more than seven active elderly members of the Association


The Council of elders have the right to choose their own chairperson, secretary or any officer as deemed fit and reasonable. Names of such officers shall be forward to the General secretary soonest.


The Association's President and the General secretary may attend the Council of elders' meetings in the capacity of observers to clarify issue referred by the General house or the Executive council. The Council of elders' deliberations and recommendations shall however be subjected to approval of the General house.