Lawmaker Donates To Amuwo-Odofin Students


As part of activities marking his 30 days in office and the fulfillment of his campaign promise to place education in the front burner, Sultan Adeniji-Adele, the lawmaker representing Amuwo-Odofin Constituency 1 in the Lagos State House of Assembly, has distributed 50 GCE forms to some students in the area.

During a ceremony held at his constituency office, Adeniji-Adele thanked God for his mercies and for the opportunity to serve his people.

According to him, “this is part of the huge appreciation I have earmarked for my people and a way of thanking God for His favour. I am in the Lagos State House of Assembly to serve my people through the promotion of relevant bills that will have bearing on the people of my constituency.”

During the presentation of the forms, he admonished the beneficiaries to make wise use of the opportunity given to them, saying “I will advise you all to stay off cultism and prostitution. You must all strive to make your parents and this constituency very proud. I want you all to know that I am ready to serve you diligently. My office is always open to you at anytime. I welcome you all to a new beginning.”

Also at the event, the chairman of Amuwo-Odofin Local Government, Mr. Ayodele Adewale, who was a special guest, encouraged the beneficiaries to be focused in their academic pursuit.

According to the chairman, “nobody than can better you than yourself and I want you all to know that those that perform well will be given scholarship.”

He also thanked the host, stressing that he was most grateful for his gesture and that his generosity has beaten his imagination.

Adewale also informed audience at the occasion that the entire people of Amuwo-Odofin can be rest assured of credible leadership in Adeniji-Adele, just as all sundry issues faced in the local government will be taken to the door steps of the governor.

Dignitaries at the occasion include Prince Adelani Adeniji-Adele, Rev. S. A. Ogunbowale and the various ward chairmen, among others.

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