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Rep Onanuga Ijaya Shares FG Palliative Grains With Loyalists, To Embarks On Roads Project, Distributes Solar Lights Across Remo



The Federal Lawmaker of All Progressive Congress, APC, representing Sagamu, Ikenne, Remo North federal constituency, Rt. Hon. Adewunmi Oriyomi Onanuga Ijaya, Deputy Chief Whip has shared the Federal Government palliative grains amongst her loyalists across Remo within two days.

The Eaglesforesight gathered that, the list of names used to shared the palliatives among few loyalists was compiled from APC wards across Remo Federal Constituency.

Such moves has been kicked against by the popular masses who do not benefitted even from the party in her constituency, while some beneficiaries praises her for atleast trying her best to remember those loyal to her in the party.

It was learnt that the palliative grains was initially meant for all, irrespective of any political parties one is coming from, but the sharing was other way rounds.

Oriyomi Onanuga Ijaya has immediately also flagged off rural electrification and reconstruction of road projects in Sagamu Local Government Area, Ogun State.

According to Otunba Adewunmi Oriyomi Onanuga, the facilitator, the roads are important to the socioeconomic development of the senatorial area.

Otunba Onanuga Ijaya mentioned that the reconstruction of the roads and electrification are part of President Bola Tinubu’s commitments to alleviate the sufferings of the rural dwellers in the state.

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“We intend to make the community feel comfortable and for the convenience of the people. It’s going to be across Remo. This is just a symbolic one for you to see how the roads look; most of them are really bad. In fact, some of them have been cut into two by erosion, and it’s not convenient for the people; they go round longer routes to get to their destination, which would have just been a short distance.

“The deadline for the completion of the roads is before the rainy season. That is why we’re trying to start early; usually, when the rain starts, it hinders a lot of work and I think I want to believe that is why most projects don’t get completed.

“The light is in phases. The first phase is about two hundred and fifty solar lights. Then the second phase is like another five hundred. So, we want to be scaling it up as we go,” he said.

Meanwhile, the contractor, Shola Victor, stated that the company is expected to complete the project in record time, saying that work will start in a week.

“Today, the flag is off. The road is about two kilometres long and has an existing drainage system. The same will be replicated in the three local governments of the federal constituency.”

“You can see there are existing drainages, which we will maintain to send the water through. With the help of my co-engineers here from the ministry, we are going to work together and make sure we have a perfect work delivery; just like we have just flagged up, we are going to start this week,” he emphasized.