A Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the Oshodi-Isolo Local Government Area of Lagos State and the Chief Executive Officer of Nicities Nigeria Limited, Barrister Oluwole Eweoya, has assured the people of the Oshodi-Isolo community of his determination to continue to channel all his resources towards the development of the area.
Eweoya, who stated this in a chat with newsmen early in the week during his tour of the various Community
Social Responsibility (CSR) projects he had executed in the Oshodi-Isolo community, said he would continue to embark on projects that would improve the quality of life and economy of the people.
The APC Chieftain lauded the people for appreciating his project initiatives, which have brought forte his sense of vision, innovation and concerns for the plights of the people, describing his actions as engine of economic growth, which calls for emulation by all politicians in the Oshodi- Isolo community, regardless of their political affiliations and ideologies.
The legal luminary, who had at various occasions donated and commissioned water projects, health and safety materials and signage among others to schools in the community, have had his contributions recognized and applauded by the Lagos State Government, Mafoluku Senior Grammar School, Oshodi and Afolabi Nursery and Primary School, Oshodi among others.
Eweoya, however, identified the needs of the people to include the provision of quality education, good healthcare system, good roads and employment opportunities for the youths, assuring them of keeping up the level of his commitment to their plights and carry out the good works that had endeared him to the generality of the people in his community.
He noted that the Oshidi- Isolo Community required more from him having been born and bred in Oshodi, hence his determination to make an impact on the community through genuine and relentless efforts aimed at the positive transformation of the well-being of the people.
“I was born here in Oshodi had my primary and secondary education here and noting stops me from ploughing back into the community part of what I have achieved in life because the opportunity given me by the community to have the early stage of my life here, I might not have become what I am today. Definitely, I owe the community a lot and efforts are being intensified to put in place programmes that would not only impact in an unprecedented manner on the lives of the people, but would also be of immense significance in their day-to-day activities”, he said.
– Chris Uba