CHAIRMAN, Senate Committee on ICT and Cybercrime, Senator Abdulfatai Buhari, on Thursday flagged off N1.37 billion ecological fund projects for his constituency in Ogbomoso.
The projects include: construction of Odo Alamo road, Iwagba area, Oke Anu, Ogbomoso, construction of flood control Odo Omosin, Ogbomoso and construction of flood control Odo Oloko, Masifa, Ogbomoso.
Speaking during the flag off of the projects in Ogbomoso, the senator, representing Oyo North Senatorial districts at the upper chamber of the National Assembly said the projects are part of his campaign promises to the people of his constituency
“One of our campaign programmes is to enhance healthy and better environment for our people to lived in, part of which we are doing today, and by the grace of God, we will ensure completion of the projects very soon.
While urging the construction company to ensure quality job, Senator Buhari appealed to the people of Ogbomoso, especially the affected areas, to cooperate with the construction firm.
He however, promised not to relent in his efforts to ensure Oyo North Senatorial district get its right share of the dividends of democraticy from the Federal government
Representatives of the construction firm, Mr Sam James, of Sam James Nigeria Ltd assured quality and speedy completion of the project and sought for cooperation of the Ogbomoso people, during the execution
James said further that the people of Oyo North should be grateful to Senator Buhari for the projects, “because securing such huge projects require lot of lobbying, which he painstakingly did for the benefit his people.”
Also, the Project consultant, Engr. Kayode Adaramoye, representative of Ecological Fund, Engr. Tony Afuye, commended Senator Buhari for facilitating the project for the people of his constituency.
Speaking on behalf of the the caretaker chairmen of Local Government in Ogbomoso, Hon Abiodun Adeyemo, Chairman of Ogbomoso South Local government described Senator Abdulfatai Buhari as a leader with genuine interest and passion for his people.