Ogun House of Reps aspirant, Isiaka promises continuation of improved living conditions for constituents, if elected for third term - AMEBO ONLINE NEWSPAPER

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Ogun House of Reps aspirant, Isiaka promises continuation of improved living conditions for constituents, if elected for third term

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An aspirant seeking for continuity in the Federal House of Representatives under the platform of All Progressives Congress, APC in Ogun State, Ibrahim Ayokunle Isiaka, has expressed his readiness to work with the Executive arm of government to formulate laws aimed at improving the standard of living of his constituency, if elected for third term.

Isiaka, who stated this while speaking with newsmen in Abeokuta, noted that he would continue to focus on the development of health and education sectors in his constituency, which according to him are in comatose and need urgent attention for the benefit of the masses.

He added that apart from ensuring quality healthcare service and education, youth development and empowerment of women, will equally be given top priority more then before, if given the opportunity to continue to represent his people of Ogun Ifo/Ewekoro Federal Constituency.

Isiaka,  further bemoaned poor condition of most of the state-owned hospitals and public schools in Ogun State, declaring he would not stop the facilitation of construction of modern healthcare centres in the constituency, to provide basic medical services free of charge to people.

Ibrahim Isiaka, is the chairman house committee on Ecology Funds, at the National Assembly, Federal house of representatives, which has given him the chance to facilitate erosion control projects across Ifo/Ewekoro federal consistency through construction of wide drainages for free passage of water during the raining season. 

Speaking further, he promised to ensure continued growth in Ifo/Ewekoro through human capital development which would be done through continuation of empowerment of youths and women in the two local governments respectively. 

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