Gov AbdulRazaq begins distribution of palliatives as Kwara Deputy Speaker, Rt Hon Ojo Oversees allocation in Oyun LG

... Your supervision reflects a commitment to inclusivity, Beneficiaries to Dep Speaker

Governor AbdulRazaq AbdulRahman’s proactive approach to tackling the socio-economic consequences of the subsidy removal has garnered praise from communities across the state

In a joint effort to mitigate the challenges posed by the removal of fuel subsidies, the Deputy Speaker of the Kwara State House of Assembly, Rt Hon Ojo Olayiwola, took charge of the allocation of palliative items in Oke -Ogun constituency of Oyun local government area .

This initiative aligns with the broader palliative distribution led by Kwara Governor Mallam AbdulRazaq AbdulRahman CON

Rt Hon Ojo Olayiwola, accompanied by the Transition Implementation Committee (TIC) Chairman of Oyun LG, Dr Abdulwaheed Ibrahim, embarked on visits to various wards within the local government on Saturday.

Speaking with newsmen, Deputy Speaker, said The goal was to ensure the equitable allocation of essential items among vulnerable groups, including traders, transporters, artisans, individuals with disabilities, Hausa community among others

He said Governor AbdulRazaq’s dedication to the welfare of the citizens remains at the forefront, as various initiatives are undertaken to alleviate the challenges brought about by economic changes

The move comes as the state grapples with the repercussions of the recent fuel subsidy removal, which has increased economic pressures on various segments of the population. The allocation of palliative items aims to alleviate the burden faced by these communities., he added

Beneficiaries of the initiative expressed gratitude for the government’s efforts in addressing their immediate needs during these challenging times. The allocation of palliative items is seen as a crucial step in providing temporary relief while the state navigates the effects of the fuel subsidy removal.

They said the supervision by Deputy Speaker, Rt Hon Ojo Olayiwola, reflects a commitment to inclusivity and a united effort to support those most affected by the policy change.

The wards they visited includes. Ipee, Ijagbo, Igosun and others

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