NASS: Read Bosun Oladele’s stewardship

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Hon. Bosun Oladele

A federal lawmaker representing Irepo/Olorunsogo/Oorelope Federal Constituency of Oyo state in the House of Representatives, Honourable Bosun Oladele, has said that he had fulfilled his campaign promises of true representation at the eight assembly through sponsorship of bills to affect the lives of common people in his constituency and the nation as a whole.

Honourable Oladele said he had also facilitated employment opportunities for not less than five hundred people from his constituency and generated empowerment for over 2000 youths of his constituency.

The lawmaker stated this during an interview with Idris Alooma on his stewardship as a honourable member of the National Assembly.

A cording to him, as a lawmaker Green Chamber of the National Assembly, I have sponsored various bills and moved motions which include a motion on the proposed construction of Ilorin/Igbeti/Kisi/Kaiama road and the bill to establish Wild Life Tourism College in my constituency.

The lawmaker also said he was instrumental to the proposed recruitment of 10 policemen from each of the 774 local government areas to ensure every community in the country enjoys the dividends of democracy.

Honourable Bosun said he equally moved a motion on why Nigeria Government must resist Morroco’s move to join ECOWAS because of a perceived threat to the country.

He added that he had moved series of other motio of public importance in order to ensure that people live happily in the country without fear.

He noted further that his representation has been beneficial to his constituency and the nation at large, saying that the records are there for verification.

He said whether he is in government or not, he would continue to be a proud ambassador of the country anywhere he finds himself.


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