Monarchs laud lawmaker for quality representation

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Tajudeen Adefisoye

THE Owa of Idanre Kingdom, Oba Fredrick Aroloye IV, and the traditional ruler of Mariwo in Ifedore Local Government Area, Oba Julius Aluko, have lauded Rep. Tajudeen Adefisoye for quality representation of his people.

The duo gave the commendation at an event organised by the member, representing Idanre/Ifedore Federal Constituency on Wednesday in Idanre.

The Owa of Idanre Kingdom, Oba Fredrick Aroloye, said Adefisoye had performed very well in just one year.

He appreciated the federal lawmaker for initiating and completing the renovation of his palace in addition to the financial aid he give to market women in Idanre.

“Adefisoye has started very well and he is doing very well. I am proud of him for the renovation work in my palace.

“He invited me to an event in which grants were given to some market women in Idanre.

“Although, we want him to still help us with our roads. Above all, he has really done well and I am certain that he will still do much more,” he said.

Also, the traditional ruler of Mariwo in Ifedore Local Government Area,
Oba Julius Aluko also thanked Adefisoye for not forgetting his community since he became their representative in the green chamber.

The monarch, however, solicited the assistance of Adefisoye in the area of electricity transformer and construction of road which were the primary needs of the community.

“Hon. Adefisoye has not forgotten us since he was elected as our representative. We thank him for this.

“But, it is important I call his attention to our primary needs in this community which are road, electricity transformer and school. He should please help us to achieve this,” he said.

Similarly, an elderly constituent, Mr Fasomoyin Abiodun, also thanked Adefisoye for the award of scholarships to 131 students and for the financial empowerment of market women.

He also praised the lawmaker for the donation of motorcycles and cars to some people in his constituency.

Responding, Adefisoye said he was happy to have been given the opportunity to represent his constituency in which he had been trying his best to bring more development.

Adefisoye said although, his primary responsibility was to make laws for the people but the reality of endless needs in his constituency had made it necessary to bring relief and development to his people.

The lawmaker listed some of his achievements to include the facilitation of federal employment opportunities and the construction of a police station at Ero in Ifedore Local Government Area.

Others are; the facilitation of private cassava processing plant in Idanre, cash donation to General Hospital in Idanre to offset medical bills and repair of faulty boreholes and sinking of new ones under the scheme ‘Operation Keep The Tap Running’.

Adefisoye, however, vowed not to stop doing the good work he had started with the continued support of his people. (NAN)

– Jun. 10, 2020 @ 14:35 GMT |

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