Ogun Inter Party Council Commends Senator Yayi On Empowerment Programme - THE LIVING GUIDE

Ogun Inter Party Council Commends Senator Yayi On Empowerment Programme

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By Lekan Lisoye 

Following series of intervention in alleviating the suffering of Nigerians most especially the people of Ogun West Senatorial District during this economic crisis facing the country, the Senator representing the district at the national assembly has been applauded for his various empowerment programmes.

The Inter Party Advisory Council wishes to appreciate Senator Solomon Olamilekan Adeola, (Yayi) for the gesture and called on other lawmakers in the State to emulate the gesture.

We at IPAC congratulate Ogun West Senator Sen Adeola Solomon Yayi for the 2nd YAYI EMPOWERMENT of 5000 Market Women and Men  in Ogun West senatorial districts

The Oloja Yayi concept serves as a testament to Senator Solomon Adeola Yayi's unwavering commitment to the traders in Ogun West Senatorial District in support of Gov DAPO ABIODUN OKOWO-DAPO INITIATIVES 

IPAC especially congratulate Sen YAYI who considered it expedient and vital to  extend consistent aid to the traders and merchants with seamless operation of their economic and social endeavours even In light of the escalating inflation that has resulted in soaring prices of commodities and services, 

Sen Adeola Solomon Yayi 1st Town Hall meeting and EMPOWERMENT of 15000 trained women and youths in Ogun West senatorial districts with equipment and startups grants with thousands of motorcycles , Keke NAPEP Sowing machine, Ambulances , Tractors  and hair dryers machine is highly unprecedented and commendable.

Apart from the artisans and traders, the scholarship programme for the indigent students in institutions of higher learnings throughout the country also affirmed the zeal the distinguished Senator has for educational advancement of the zone.

IPAC applauded the noble path Senator Yayi has chosen, because rather than throw crumbs at people, he prefer building the necessary social and physical infrastructure, train people in life skills, and give them startup funds or equipment.

The empowerment will surely make the people of the senatorial district self-reliant and more prosperous.

We at IPAC is not known for flattery, but we can describe the Senator’s bold initiative as a pragmatic example worthy of emulation by other political office holders and leaders including well-meaning individuals and corporate bodies, not only in Ogun West, but also across the State, instead of flaunting their wealth and throwing crumbs at the downtrodden and less privileged individuals.

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