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2023 election: 'Vote responsible people to power' — Amuzu charges Abeokuta South people

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......Assists Isabo people with N1m cash to repair transformer 

......Approves request of borehole, street lights in Ijeun-Titun area

By Solanke Ayomideji Taiwo 




ABEOKUTA — The house of representatives candidate of People's Democratic Party, PDP in Abeokuta South federal constituency, Chief Toyin Amuzu has charged the people of Isabo, Ijeun-Titun to vote for responsible people to power in 2023 today 24th of January, 2023. 

Amuzu during his campaign to Ago-Egun and Ijeun-Titun area of Abeokuta south said he will continue to provide what people need without minding using his personal resources. 

In attendance during the campaign exercise was Alhaji Amodemaja, Alhaji Ismaila alongside other leaders and party hopeful. 

For records, Chief Toyin Amuzu has dug sixteen borehole systems to ease the hardship of his people, empowered over sixty five groups with N200,000 naira through loan with zero interest since year 2021.

Recently, Chief Toyin Amuzu assisted Isabo community with the sum of One Million naira (1,000,000) to repair their transformer after long weeks in darkness. 



He said; 

"I have not partake in any government position before and I have made provision of nothing less than 16 motorized borehole system for the people of Abeokuta South federal constituency and I am still going to do more if you vote me in to represent you at the Federal House of Representatives in Abuja in the forthcoming election" 

"Vote for PDP at all levels to enjoy more dividends of democracy, beside me is your House of Assembly candidate, Hon. Idowu Olowofuja he will represent you effectively and efficiently if you vote him in for another term" Amuzu added. 

Meanwhile, the youths of Ijeun-Titun represented by Muhammad Fatai popularly known as Igwe requested for borehole system to reduce the hardship of the residents in the area of water, also he requested for solar street lights to the community.

In response to his request, Chief Toyin Amuzu approved the request, he said the borehole system will be dug before the election while five solar street lights will be delivered to the community with immediate effect. 

He appealed to the chiefs of the community to manage the little donations for now, that he will do more if by the grace of God they elect him to represent them at the Federal House of Representatives in the forthcoming polls. 

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