Omituntun in Diaspora Food Bank Lands in Moniya

Oyo State residents will benefit more dividends of democracy, if eligible voters would encourage one and other to re-elect Governor Seyi Makinde for second term.

Omituntun in Diaspora (OID) said this when its train of food bank outreach for the less privileged stopped at Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Persons at Temidire Area, Moniya, Akinyele local government, Oyo State.

Addressing the beneficiaries, OID Coordinator in Ọyọ state, Ambassador Omonike Aderibigbe, said the gesture was to identify with vision of Governor Seyi Makinde, whom she described as running a passionate government with policies and decisions that prioritize people’s well-being.

Also speaking, OID youth Ambassador, Akinyele local government, Comrade Moruf Ọladẹjọ, urged youths to make their voices heard by securing their voter’s card and re – elect Governor Makinde for a sustainable socio-economic and human resources development.

In her remark, Principal of Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Persons, Temidire, Moniya, Mrs Shonuga, while appreciating the gesture, commenced Governor Makinde for regular salary payment, disbursement of running cost for the centre among other benefits.

Some of the beneficiaries of OID food bank outreach who could not hide their happiness prayed God to reinstate Governor Makinde for another term.

The train of OID food bank outreach for the less privileged which also stopped at Akinyele rehabilitation Centre, to distribute packed food to destitutes, beggars and mental-ill persons who were evacuated from Ibadan metropolis.

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  1. We appreciate our amiable and visionary governor for giving OID a platform to reach out to the good people of oyo state.

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