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Kogi West: Senator Adeyemi Continues Work On 7km Ayetoro-Ayeh Road, Distributes Over 2000 Solar Street Lights

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Less than 9 months after leaving office as Senator representing Kogi West, work has resumed at the rehabilitation of Ayetoro-Ayeh road in Ijumu Local Government Area, facilitated by Senator Smart Adeyemi.

The Drum Reporter gathered that heavy duty vehicle arrived the project site and commenced work immediately.

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The move is in fulfilment of the promise of the Senator, to provide access roads across communities in Ijumu land.

The National President of Ayeh Gbede Development Union, Comrade Sikiru Waheed confirmed to The Drum Reporter that work is currently ongoing on the Road.

Similarly, the Senator has distributed over 2000 solar street lights to various communities in the Senatorial District as part of his commitment to lighting up Kogi West.
The benefitting Communities are Bunu in Kabba – Bunu, Jege, Ife olukotun and Ponyan in Yagba East, Lokoja Metropolis, Igbaruku in Yagba West LGA’s respectively amongst many other communities.

Recall that Senator Smart Adeyemi had donated many solar street lights to some Kogi West Communities that about four months ago after leaving the Senate, National Assembly.

According to Adeleye Oluwafemi Godwin, Media Aide to Senator Smart Adeyemi, “It is on record that while in office, DSSA facilitated many street lights which are in three phases and each of the batches has over two thousand street lights delivered to villages and communities across the nooks and crannies of Kogi West.

“It is worthy to note that while in office, Senator Smart Adeyemi also embarked on multi million naira rural electrification projects in some Kogi West Communities and funds was adequately released for the purpose and to also ensured they are connected to the national grid in order for them to enjoy electricity.

“It’s thrilling that before DSSA’s advent into politics, personally, he has been embarking on infrastructure developmental projects, engaging in community services and contributing immensely towards humanitarian services in general.

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