Let's continue to work for the advancement of the State- Ogun Deputy Gov - SALIENT TIMES ONLINE

Let's continue to work for the advancement of the State- Ogun Deputy Gov

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Ogun state Deputy Governor, Engr. Noimot Salako-Oyedele has urged citizens of the state to join hands with the present administration towards making life meaningful and improving personal prosperity of citizens. 

Engr. Salako-Oyedele stated this in her address at the town hall meeting/empowerment programme organised by Member House of Representatives, Ifo/Ewekoro Federal constituency, Ogun State, Hon. Ibrahim Ayokunle Isiaka, held at King's Court Hall, Itori. 

Represented by the Senior Special Assistant on Revenue Assurance, Mr Seyi Ogunseye, the Deputy emphasised that government alone cannot provide the wherewithal, hence the need for people of the state to support the agenda of the state government.

"The building our future together agenda of the present government, led by Prince Dapo Abiodun is aimed at making life meaningful to the citizens through various programmes and policies, this is why alot of empowerment programmes have been put in place majorly in agriculture for the youths to benefit from. We have also recruited a lot of unemployed youth through the Ogun job portal, whether directly or indirectly" She said. 

While appealing to all the beneficiaries to make judicious use of the empowerment to better their lives, she appreciated the organiser for fulfilling his mandate to his people. 

Earlier in his remarks, the organiser of the programme and Member House of Representatives, Ifo/Ewekoro Federal constituency, Ogun State, Hon. Ibrahim Ayokunle Isiaka, said the empowerment became imperative as a way of giving back to the electorates with a view to ameliorate on the yearnings of the people of his constituency. 

He  pleaded with the people of Ifo/Ewekoro Federal constituency, to continue to support him, especially in prayer so as to be able to deliver more on his promises to his people.  

Hon Ibrahim Ayokunle Isiaka, presented empowerment items such as, mobile banking kiosks to twenty-five beneficiaries, Transformers to two communities in the constituency, cash donations to Community Development Councils (CDC) and market women.