By Niyi Gbenga.

One of the Lawmaker Elect Hon.Hakeem Jamiu has viwed to continue to do everything posibke to enhance the living standard of his people.

Hon. Jamiu had said that he was motivated by avowed commitment to the welfare of his people even when he was not yet a candidate for the House of Assembly.

Hon. Jamiu made this declaration during the weekend while going round on inspection of the projects he did for his people which scattered across communities in his Irepodun/Ifelodun Constituency 2.

Jamiu insisted that his philosophy was to do all the good he could at all the times in whatever.

He disclosed that he had nominated over 100 youths across the state for the Industrial Training Fund Programme since 2014 and the recent set of Trainees were nominated in October 2018 when he had not even won election to the House of Assembly.

“I nominated about 15 candidates who participated in the programme for three months between October and December 2018. It was the ceremony where they got their tools that was held.

“I have embarked on the repair of faulty boreholes in the 11 communities that make up my constituency. Four have been repaired in Igbemo, three in Afao, one in Are but the remaining borehole across the constituency shall also be fixed as this is an ongoing project.

Repaired Borehole.

“I have also been able to facilitate the repair of two damaged bridges in Igbemo Ekiti. One of the bridges linked Afao with Igbemo but it collapsed and the Fayose administration abandoned the people of the two communities to their fate and didn’t fix the bridge.

“The second one was in the middle of Igbemo town. The two bridges were fixed by Governor Fayemi after barely four months in office!

“I am doing all these to make life better for the people of my constituency and I will do more because that is my promise to them. I will attract many more projects to my constituency since it is not the duty of a lawmaker to execute projects.

“The water repair project is an exception because I am
doing that from my own purse as I cannot bear the pains of my people
looking up and down for water. Many of the boreholes have stopped working
since 5 – 8 years ago.

“They should expect quality representation and happiness for the greatest
number. God will help me”, he said.