Faleke inaugurates 180 wards coordinators for primary

Faleke inaugurates 180 wards coordinators for primary
Hon James Faleke, Hon Julius Oloro Chairman Ojodu LCDA making his remark and Hon Tayo Orekoya at the formal declaration of Hon James Abiodun Faleke

On Monday Hon James Abiodun Faleke the Honourable Member representing Ikeja Federal Constituency in the Federal House Representatives inaugurated 180 coordinators in the 18 wards of Ikeja Federal Constituency preparatory to the All Progressives Congress Federal House Representatives primaries rescheduled for the 3rd of October.

The well attended formal declaration of Faleke at the Excellent Hotel, Ogba, witnessed the attendance of the Executive chairman Ojodu LCDA and his vice-chairman Hon Julius Oloro and Hon Bunmi Oluyadi, Royal fathers, all ward chairmen and councillors in the 18 wards, market women leaders among other notable party chieftain.

Hon Faleke in his declaration promised to continue with the empowering of the people of his constituents by providing the tools and equipment to help engaging them positively. He said “Recently I empowered some members of my constituency so that they can fend for themselves and family. I facilitated community infrastructure such as transformer, solar powered street lights and solar powered borehole. I also help facilitate employment opportunities for over 40 members of my constituent and hope to continue on these and even do more if given another opportunity to serve them”, he concluded.

Hon Julius Oloro in his remark said that Hon Faleke had offered quality representation and deserved all the supports to continue representing Ikeja at the lower chamber of the National Assembly. Oloro further noted “Hon James Abiodun Faleke have help members of the constituency in several ways among which is the empowerment of members of the constituency, employment opportunities among others” the Ojodu council boss alluded.



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