Hon Amobi Set Plans In Motion To Revitalise All Existing Federal Govt Establishment In Iwo Federal Constituency
By Niyi Isamotu
The honourable member representing Aiyedire/Iwo/Ola-oluwa federal constituency in the green chamber, Hon Yinusa Amobi has perfected plans to use his legislative power to revitalise all existing federal government establishments in his constituency while equally clamouring for more.
This was made known in a release signed by him through his media aide, Mr Oyedele Olalude.
He said the clamour for federal presence in Iwoland by the members of his constituency is by ensuring the revitalization of all existing federal government establishments while equally bidding for new ones.
One of such federal government establishment that has caught the attention of the House Rep member is the Nigerian Aquaculture Technology Transfer Centre, Oluponna, which Hon Amobi has now perfected plans to move a motion on the floor of the house to ensure the revitalisation of the moribund establishment for the benefits of his federal constituency.
The statement reads, “I have instructed my Secretary/Media Head, Mr Oyelude Oladele to inspect the site with a needful report and today 26th of July, 2019, I file a “MOTION ON THE NEED TO REVITALISE AND UPGRADE THE NATIONAL AQUACULTURE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER CENTRE, OLUPONNA”
“The motion contains four (4) prayers waiting for Mr Speaker approval after recess before I will move it on the floor of the House” the statement concluded.
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It is believed Hon Amobi will move the motion as soon as the federal parliamentarians are back from their two months recess.
Hon Amobi just of recent moved a motion on the floor of the house for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of Gbongan/Iwo/Oyo road, a motion which has received rave reviews from members of his constituency who applaud him for being a responsive representative in the few months he has used so far as the lawmaker representing them at the federal House of Rep.