Smart Adeyemi Donates 15 SUVs, N600m Hospital Equipment to Constituents

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Residents of Kogi West Senatorial District are to benefit from the over N600 million hospital equipment and other valuable materials donated by the lawmaker representing the zone, Senator Smart Adeyemi.

The senatorial district consists of seven local government areas.

Addressing journalists in Lokoja, the state capital, Adeyemi said the gesture was part of the dividends of democracy and an appreciation to the residents’ support in the last few years.

He said the equipment would be distributed to the benefitting communities during the presentation of his mid-term report to the people in a later date.

According to him, the equipment include 21 ambulances, 500 hospital beds, 100 wheel chairs, incubator for premature babies, exercise bike, 100 special wheel chair, 20 x-ray machines and ultra sound machines.

Others include 15 Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) to be presented to opinion leaders and the traditional rulers. Markets and hospitals will also be inaugurated in the senatorial district.

Stressing that other local government areas will also benefit from the gesture, Adeyemi said: “At the National Assembly, we are not only talking, the welfare of our people is equally paramount in our minds realizing that they are the one who send us there to represent them. In order to be a good representative, there is the need for us to show appreciation.”

The senator, however, described the call on him to seek re-election for third term as distraction from his legislative duties and efforts to make life worth living for his people.

He said: “I leave the call to seek re-election to God as he would speak through the electorate.”

The benefitting local government areas are Ijumu, Kabba, Bunu, Yagba East, Yagba West, Mopa and Lokoja.


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  1. luther

    The last thing the young governor of Kogi State should be talking about or even responding to is a “damn roundabout” issue because he has so much work to do to uplift the State from penury. Governor Bello must accept that there are those who will go against him no matter what he does in the interim and he must learn very quickly to sometimes forgo most of what he heard or read.

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