Honourable Riliwan Gbadamosi, member representing ATISBO, Saki East State Constituency at the Oyo state House of Assembly has empowered his constituents with different items.
The empowerment program took place on Saturday at Sepeteri in Saki East local government area of the state.
While speaking, Wale Canada as his fondly called said empowerment is a continuous process adding that he has been doing his best to make sure his constituents enjoy the dividends of democracy.
He added that empowerment is a continuous exercise urging those that weren’t listed as beneficiaries will get in subsequent empowerment program if reelected.
Gbadamosi, who’s also the chairman House committee on Health sought for support for the re-election of Governor Seyi Makinde and all other candidates of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP in the state.
His words: “Let me start by welcoming and thanking you all for coming to this empowerment program. It’s my utmost joy today as I distribute this empowerment program to the beneficiaries. I will like to state categorically that empowerment is a continuous process, we will continue to empower our people just as we have been doing in the past.
“The 2023 general election is near. Let’s us all support and vote for candidates of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP. This will enable us to enjoy more dividends of democracy.”
The Deputy Governor of Oyo state, Barrister Bayo Lawal, advised the beneficiaries to make judicious use of the items.
He called for support and vote for the party’s candidates at the 2023 general elections.
Also speaking, the Chairman of the occasion, Rt Hon Abdulwasi Musah commended the lawmaker for deeming it fit to empower his constituents.
He urged people who weren’t listed as beneficiaries to be patient adding they will be empowered too.
Some of the items distributed are rechargeable clippers, spraying machines, herbicides, solar lights, gas cylinders, industrial burners, coolers, standing fans, table gas.
Others are tailoring machine, deep freezers, generators, grinding machines, pressing irons and cash empowerment for widows.