Sen. Jimoh Ibrahim, representing Ondo South Senatorial District on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has announced his plans to empower 100 constituents with N30 million and flag off road projects in the district as part of his first 100 days in office.

Ibrahim made this known to journalists on Sept. 17 at Igbotako, Okitipupa Local Government Area of the state, where he also said that he would present his scorecard on the bills and motions he sponsored and supported at the Senate.

According to him, some of the bills he initiated include the establishment of Bitumen Development Commission, the Insurance Amendment Act of 2023, and the facilitation of N200 million for the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) contractor to end the prolonged power outage in the district.

He also said that he moved a motion to draw the Federal Government’s attention to the sea incursion that is threatening Ayetoro community and seconded a motion for the election of the Senate President among others.

PM News reported that the senator said that he would distribute bank drafts of N300,000 each to 100 selected constituents as part of his empowerment programme and flag off road rehabilitation, maintenance and construction in the district from his own personal funds.

He added that he would also inspect no fewer than 400 solar panels installed in various communities in the district as part of his efforts to mark his 100 days in office.

The programme, which is scheduled to hold on Sept. 20 at the University of Fortune, Igbotako, will also feature a lecture by Ibrahim on “Strategy and Innovation” as veritable tools to achieve set goals and aspirations.

He noted that the impact of independent and dependent variables, which should not be underestimated, form the basis of strategy and innovation.


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