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Adeola Promises Effective Representation For Constituents

Posted: Jun 10, 2016 at 3:28 am   /   by   /   comments (0)


Senator Solomon Adeola representing Lagos West Senatorial District in the National Assembly has restated his commitment to effectively represent the millions of Nigerians in his district as the Senate mark its one year in office after inauguration.
Reviewing the situation of the upper legislative chamber in the last one year, Senator Adeola, popularly called Yayi said that in spite of the crisis that bedeviled the Senate at inception, he was able to effectively represent his constituents in the area of law making, oversight and representation.
While giving his scorecard in the last one year, the senator said his amendment bill on FCT law that aimed to stop double taxation has passed first reading while a petition he presented on behalf of one of his constituents, Sgt. Amos Olaniyan, who was verbally suspended for 21 years from the Nigerian Police for an offence he was exonerated from was resolved with the Inspector General of Police ordering payment of all his salaries and retiring him with full benefits.
“I was able to train 200 of my constituents in entrepreneur development skill, purchased 500 JAMB forms for indigents students as well as grant tertiary institution scholarship for 48 students at the rate of N50,000 to run for four years,” he stated.
The senator who represents over 11 million constituents said during his first town hall meeting within the last one year he was able to provide ten 500 KVA electric transformers at the rate of one per the ten LGA of his district as well as donate five 18-Seater Nissan Urvan Buses for Traditional rulers, League of Imams, Christians Association of Nigeria, Community Development Committee(CDC) and Baales adding that constituents also benefitted from his donation of Block molding machines, welding machines, vulcanising machines and sewing machines among other empowerment items.
Adeola, who represents the largest senatorial district in Nigeria in terms of population, promised that in the years ahead, he will continue to offer effective service in the interest of his constituents and the people of Nigeria in the tradition that he is known for all through his 12 years at state legislature and the House of Representatives.