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Oyebanji lauds executive-legislature synergy, joins Senate Leader on tour of constituency projects in Ekiti

Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Biodun Oyebanji has lauded National Assembly members representing the state for their demonstrated commitment to development within the state through constituency projects aimed at addressing critical needs of the people and advancing livelihoods of the citizens.

Governor Oyebanji gave the commendation in Ado- Ekiti on Tuesday when he joined the Senator representing Ekiti Central Senatorial District and Leader of Senate, Senator Opeyemi Bamidele on a tour of his constituency projects across the local government areas in the senatorial District.

The Governor said he is delighted at the remarkable partnership between the state government and National Assembly members, which according to him is now yielding positive results for the people of the state.

Governor Oyebanji, who explained that the projects are testimonials to what is possible when there is unity of purpose between the Executive and the legislative arms of government, commended Senator Bamidele’s commitment to grassroots development, dedication to service, and his relentless pursuit of initiatives that directly impact the people.

While expressing his gratitude to Senator Bamidele, the Governor lauded the Senate Leader’s proactive approach to governance and his ability to mobilize resources to effectively implement impactful projects that uplift the socio-economic status of the people.

The Governor reiterated his administration’s support for the projects and pledged continued collaboration with National Assembly members to advance sustainable development in the state, adding that he was confident that with the Senator’s visionary leadership and collective efforts of all stakeholders, Ekiti would continue to experience greater strides in development and prosperity.

“I am excited, happy and extremely grateful to God for this partnership that is working in the interest of Ekiti people, like the Senate Leader said, this is what we have when there is unity of purpose and collective ownership of vision to develop the state. A vision to run with the Renewed Hope Agenda of Mr. President, and this tells me that I need to dig deeper in ensuring that there is continuous unity among the stakeholders in the National Assembly, “ the Governor said

Earlier in his remarks, Senator Bamidele who thanked the Governor for his support and cooporation in realizing various development projects, said the purpose of the inspection is to asses the progress and impact of the projects across his constituency.

The Senate Leader, while emphasizing the significance of teamwork between the executive and legislative arms in driving positive change and progress in the state, restated his commitment to representing the interests of Ekiti people and working closely with the state government to address the people’s needs.

Senator Bamidele attributed various development projects in the state to purposeful and exemplary leadership provided by the Governor and assured the people that he will continue to work tirelessly to ensure advancement of the interest of the people and promote development within the state.

“Part of the reason why this is going on is because am at peace with myself, am at peace with the state government and I don’t have any reason to want to isolate myself from what the state government is doing and we thank God Almighty”. He asserted.

Projects inspected included, EKSU internal roads and the newly built medical student’s hostels, newly built state Library in Ado Ekiti, Mini stadium and sport complex in Erijiyam Ekiti, Intensive Care Unit and Amenities Center at Aramoko General Hospital, Ijero township road, newly built Iyin Ekiti General Hospital Intensive care Unit and Amenities Center, Iyin – Ilawe road, among others.

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