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Oluyole Communities Receive Transformer from House of Reps Member.

Tolulope Akande-Sadipe, a Member of the House of Representatives, has just provided and installed transformers to three communities under her Oluyole Federal Constituency in Oyo State, improve the electricity situation of these communities. She started this by fulfilling her pledges to her constituents in Oluyole; this is just the beginning except more from the Federal Government.

She provided three 300KVA transformers, installing one in each community: Orelope Isale-Alfa; Papa Eleye and Irepodun, Abey technical, Liberty academy road.

Akande-Sadipe, Chairs the House Committee on Diaspora Affairs, stated, “In fulfillment of my commitment to my constituency, yesterday, the good people of Orelope Isale-Afla General Community, Papa Eleye and Irepodun, Abey technical, Liberty academy road Communities joined the transformer beneficiary list, by taking delivery of new transformers for their respective communities.”

Her aide, who represented her Engr. Kunle Fadiran spoke during the installation exercise, assured her constituents that more infrastructural projects, youth empowerment programmes, job opportunities, among others, would be provided to the communities who voted her in.

Meanwhile, residents of the communities have praised the lawmaker on the projects and charged her not to relent in executing more projects in the communities.
Alhaji Adebisi Dauda, Chairman Orelope Isale-Alfa General Community, who spoke during the installation exercise, relayed happiness because of the transformers and was sure that the lawmaker had won the heart of the communities.

He said that the community had been plunged into darkness for some time as all efforts made by the communities were vain. He appreciated the lawmaker, on behalf of the residents of Isale Alfa General Community, for helping them and prayed that she would never encounter dark times.

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