Saki West LG Chairman Provides Motorcycles, Electrical Poles for Community

Saki West Local Government Chairman, Engineer Sarafadeen Omirinde has contributed three motorcycles to vigilantes in his community.

The bikes were contributed as part of his pledge to empower the security architecture of his community and boost the resources available to the local security forces protecting his Local Government, to complement the efforts of Governor Seyi Makinde.

He also promised to fix the bus used by the local vigilantes and assured them that they could always get whatever they needed from him.

In his words: “We are living in a very critical time, the issue of insecurity is a National issue. Almost all the states in the country are facing one security challenge or the other. But that’s not an alibi, I am elected to provide security and protect life and that is what I am doing and will keep doing.”

He added that the procurement officer has been instructed to provide all their needs so that they could carry out their operations properly.

He praised the people of Saki for their peaceful nature and attributed the peace enjoyed in the town to how accommodating and kind Saki residents are.

“You see, the peace we are enjoying here is a cumulative effort of our accommodating and peace-loving people. The contribution of our King, Baale and every head of the family and our diligent and vigilant hunters cannot be overemphasized,” he said.

The chairman also fulfilled a promise he had made to the people of Ero-Omo community by donating fifteen concrete poles to improve the electricity in the community and stating that he intended to upgrade the electricity infrastructure in the LGA.

During the presentation of the poles on Thursday, he said: “It is part of my plan to make sure we upgrade the state of electricity infrastructures under the local government power to avert any possible power outage in any community under me.”

He urged the Ero-Omo community development association to use the poles immediately to end the power outage they had been experiencing. He also promised to always heed the calls of his people and ensure that no community was ignored.

To show their appreciation, the Ero Omo community wrote the LG chairman a letter expressing their gratitude to him for fulfilling his promise.

In the letter, signed by the community development association chairman, Hon Muhammad Olajide, and secretary, Architect Yekeen I.O, they expressed their gratitude to him and prayed for Allah to grant him success in discharging his duties.

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