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Ifo/Ewekoro Federal Constituency: Fadairo pledges laws to promote good governance

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An aspirant for the seat of Ifo/Ewekoro Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Prince Jide Fadairo has assured the people of the area that he would pursue laws to promote good governance, if elected.
In furtherance of his engagements towards the party primary, the All Progressives Congress (APC) member also said that he would ensure that the people are closer to the consistency office to deal with their needs and other issues first hand.
He promised a policy of inclusiveness.

Fadairo’s tour took him to all 21 wards Chairmen,  21 Ward Secretaries and 54 Local Government executives in the constituency.

 

The aspirant’s movement started in Ifo and then took him to Itori.
He commended the party leaders for their steadfastness, and showed solidarity to the Muslim members who are observing the Ramadan fast.
He urged the party leaders to continue to support the administration of Governor Dapo Abiodun for a successful second term.
He applauded the efforts of past leaders in the constituency, and stated that there are a lot more to be done.
“Our people come first and they are lacking tremendously in areas of basic necessity,” he said.
In response, the APC Chairman in Ifo Local Government Area, Hon. Olumide Oduwole praised the aspirant and applauded his courage.
He said his interaction with the aspirant revealed that he is an educated, well exposed and pragmatic individual, who has the genuine interest and love of his people.
He then urged the members to give him all necessary support.
In Itori, the delegation was received at the APC secretariat for Ewekoro Local Government Area.
APC Chairman in the area, Chief Ayinde Shogbamu presided over the meeting.

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