Ondo Legislators-elect pledge robust session
Ondo State Lawmakers-elect have assured of their readiness to make the 9th Assembly robust and enhance cordial relationship with the executive to enable the two arms of government deliver dividends of democracy to the people of the state.
Some of the lawmakers-elect gave the assurance in separate interviews with The Hope in Akure.
A lawmaker -elect representing llaje constituency 2, Mrs. Favour Tomomewo, said her constituency will witness tremendous development through her effective representation, performance and advocacy for facilities which will bring about infrastructural development to the area..
She said being the only female legislator in the 9th assembly will not demoralise her from agitating for what her constituency deserves.
Tomomewo also assured to advocate women inclusion in the government policies for their lives to be better .
Her words: “My plans are numerous and my constituents should expect good representation, effective performance and advocacy for facilities for the development of llaje constituency 2.”
While encouraging women to actively involve in politics, she promised to give her best to ensure motions and bills that will benefit womenfolk see the light of the day.
Tomomewo called on the governments at various levels to give women all necessary support to develop the country, noting that investment in a woman is an investment in a nation.
On his part, a reelected member representing Akoko Southeast constituency, Mr. Oluwasegunota Towase pledged not to relent in his effort to impact on the lives of people through empowerment and encouragement to students on the need to have quality education.
He said”Am not new in the House, therefore, l will be able to enhance robust legislative session in the 9th assembly .”
Also, a lawmaker-elect from Owo constituency 1, Mr. Oluwole Ogunmola, said the representation of people’s interest is paramount to him and promised to achieve this by sponsoring bills that will impact meaningfully on their lives
Ogunmola further assured that the set of lawmakers to be inaugurated in the House of Assembly will work harmoniously with the executive to turn around the state.
Mr. Adeyemi Olayemi from Owo constituency 2, expressed his readiness to better the lives of people by promoting collaboration with the executive and ensure legislative arm is not seen as a rubber stamp to the governor.
According to him” before the victory, l have prepared for the legislative job and it is my prayer that God should lead the lawmakers and Akeredolu-led government to further take the state to a greater height.”