To protect lives and properties of his people, Ogun Lawmaker begins dredging of Wagunnu river - The People's Voice


Friday, July 14, 2023

To protect lives and properties of his people, Ogun Lawmaker begins dredging of Wagunnu river

By Our Correspondent

In other to protect lives and properties of the residence of itori, Olujobi, Abule-Owu Hon. Isiaka Ibrahim Ayokunle has begins the Dredging of Wagunnu river and some othe waterways, across his federal constituency.

Hon. Isiaka stated this while fielding questions from our Correspondent during projects supervision and Dredging of Wagunnu river in Ewekoro local government.

The construction of WAGUNNU RIVER in Itori, Ewekoro LGA is currently underway with the facilitation of Rt. Hon. Ibrahim Ayokunle Isiaka, the Member of the House of Representatives representing Ifo/Ewekoro Federal Constituency. The project is still a work in progress. 

He said, the construction of the WAGUNNU RIVER is expected to benefit the community in several ways, but majorly, it's meants for the preparation of the climate and environmental challenges  of the nearest future in Itori and its environments.

The project will also enhances the  protection of lives and properties of the residence.

Rt. Hon. Ibrahim Ayokunle Isiaka has been actively involved in the project, ensuring its progress and allocation of necessary resources. His commitment to the development of the Itori community and Ifo/Ewekoro Federal Constituency his efforts to address the issue demonstrates his dedication to improving the lives of the people he represents.

As the construction work continues, it is anticipated that the completion of the WAGUNNU RIVER project will significantly impact the community, improving and fostering socio-economic development.

According to His Royal Majesty Oba Adeleke Aremu Koleosho Olu of Abule Owut, commend Hon. Isiaka Ibrahim for dim it fit to secure a save future of lives and properties of the residents of Ewekoro local government and environs.

He said, Abule Owu and environs will be forever grateful to Hon. Ayokunle isiaka for this gesture.

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