Hon. Aderemi Oseni, the lawmaker representing Ibarapa East/Ido Federal Constituency in the National Assembly, is set to inaugurate his community-based platform to address the constituency challenges faced by the people.
This includes the inauguration of the Board of Registered Trustees, Advisory Governing Board, Central Executive Management Team, and sixty Special Assistants for the federal constituency in Ibadan on Tuesday.
Oseni, an advocate for grassroots participation in governance, disclosed this in a statement released by his media aide, Idowu Ayodele, on Sunday.
The new initiative seeks to foster a stronger connection between the lawmaker and the constituents, aiming to tackle the specific issues that they encounter regularly.
According to him, the selected Special Assistants, chosen across the twenty wards, are expected to play pivotal roles in supporting his mission to rebuild and restore the lost glory of the federal constituency through credible and purposeful representation.
Oseni, who is also the Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Federal Road Maintenance Agency (FERMA), said the Special Assistants will serve as a bridge between him and the constituents to ensure the effective delivery of election promises and smooth office functioning.
In addition to the inauguration, a mega empowerment programme is scheduled to take place to contribute to creating a healthy and secure society in the state.
Oseni said, “It is crucial to emphasise that we are set to launch a groundbreaking empowerment program, perhaps, the first of its kind. There is no limit to what we are willing to provide for the constituents who entrusted me with their mandate.
“Our goal is to significantly diminish poverty, unemployment, and lack of productivity within the federal constituency, with a particular focus on women and youth. We meticulously chose the items through extensive research, aligning with the immediate needs of the beneficiaries to foster self-reliance and productivity,” stated the lawmaker.
All guests are requested to be seated by 10:30 am at the Community Primary School (Farm Settlement), Idigbaro Junction, Ologuneru Ido/Eruwa Road, Ibadan—the designated venue for the programme.
It is expected to be attended by the leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state and the federal constituency, traditional rulers, community leaders, and religious leaders, among other dignitaries.
Oseni assured constituents of his commitment to delivering more impactful dividends of democracy.