Members of the 10th Legislative Assembly of Ogun State today continued with their inaugural speech with a call on the State Government to implement more programmes and projects with direct impact on their constituents.
Hon. Samusideen Lawal representing Ogun Waterside State Constituency and his Ijebu-East counterpart, Hon. Waliu Owode made the appeal today in their inaugural speeches during the plenary presided over by Speaker Olakunle Oluomo at the Assembly Complex, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta.
The lawmakers listed areas that required an immediate Government’s attention to include education, effective security, road construction and rehabilitation, infrastructure upgrade at the various schools including Gateway Industrial and Petrol-Gas Institute, Oni and restoration of electricity to some of the communities in their constituencies.
They added that there was need to resuscitate the moribund Gateway Paper Mill at Iwopin, promote sports through the organisation of different tournaments to discover talents with a view to further engaging the youth to be more productive.
The lawmakers equally canvassed for the grading and rehabilitation of rural roads, agricultural development with soft loans to farmers to boost food production and create employment, stressing the need for the development of OKLNG/ OKFTZ at Olokola for the economic prosperity of the State.
The duo equally sought more cordial relationships amongst members irrespective of political affiliations, while assuring of a more collaboration with other arms of government to fast track the socio-economic development of the State.
They promised to present people-oriented bills for the benefit of their constituencies and by extension the State.