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Ekiti Rep Ogunlola renders stewardship to constituents

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The lawmaker representing Ekiti West/Ijero/Efon Federal Constituency, Barrister Omowumi Ogunlola, has rendered an account of stewardship to his constituents. 

She said she has been able to construct a maternity health centre in Ejiyan-Ekiti, police post in Ikoro-Ekiti, an ultra-modern town hall in Ijero, installation of solar lights in various communities in the constituency and construction of two blocks of 12 classrooms in Okemesi-Ekiti as well as a block of six classrooms in Iroko-Ekiti. 

The federal lawmaker noted that she has also facilitated the provision of ICT tools in Ijero High School, trained 2000 youths in vocational skills, distributed 60 sewing machines, 40 generators, 10 wheelchairs, 20 grinding machines, 14 vehicles, and 61 motorcycles to the constituents. 

“Others were the construction of a 2-bedroom flat for a widow in the constituency, solar boreholes in various locations, a bursary for students, disbursement of cash to constituents, distribution of WAEC past questions for SS3 students and facilitation of various grants to the constituents,” she added. 

Ogunlola noted that she has sponsored three bills that have scaled through the first reading, which will impact positively on the wellbeing of Nigerians. 

The Catholic Bishop of Ekiti Diocese, Most Rev.  Felix Ajakaye, commended Ogunlola for being a true representative of the people that elected her to the green chamber, saying the people felt her impact in the past two years. 

Ajakaye, represented by Rev. Emmanuel Akingbade, advised Ogunlola not to relent in her efforts to bring development to the constituency, urging other lawmakers to emulate her. 

The Ekiti Central Senatorial leader, Elder Odekulodu Jekoyemi, and Commissioner for Chieftaincy and Local Government, Prof. Adio Folayan, described Ogunlola as a promise keeper. 

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