Honourable Adedamola Richard Kasunmu popularly called “ARK” representing Ikeja constituency II at a stakeholders meeting on Wednesday gave gratitude to all the party stakeholders, members and electorates for voting for him for the 2nd time in office.
In his opening speech, he quoted a motivational speaker Zig Ziglar by saying “Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions, the more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely you will have even more to express gratitude for”.
After the appreciation, he mentioned what the state assembly has been able to do since they resume office in July 7th 2019. Among the things are:
1, Successful clearance of cabinet nominees
2, Employment into LASTMA and house of assembly commission
3, Cash empowerment of persons with disability
4, Free GCE registration pin for students
5, Recommendations of road rehabilitations and so on…
However, Kasunmu laid emphasis that he will be focusing on 4 keys areas during his 2nd term :
1, Youth empowerment
2, Women empowerment
3, Community development
4, Impactful Bills and relevant motions.
It is also worthy of mentioning that the stakeholders meeting was simultaneously held in 40 constituencies of Lagos state.
The Theme is ” Environmental Challenges Community Engagement To Facilitate Lasting Solution “
While speaking on the Theme, ARK who happened to be among the 6 people in the environmental committee to curb flood and other related issues begged the people in his constituency to please abide with environmental rules and regulations so that they can curb flood and diseases that can emanate from it. He also urged them to make sure they obey sanitation at every given time that cleanliness is next to Godliness.
He plead with them to report to appropriate authorities if they come across anyone who is against the environmental laws and order.
Reacting to all this, the APC party chairman in Ojodu LCDA, Ajakaiye commends Kasunmu on what he has done to the people so far and urged the people to obey the environmental laws so that things can go on smoothly.
Ajakaiye also urged the federal and state government to release funds for farmers so that there will be enough food in the land for people to eat.
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