By: Kwara Legacy Frontiers
It was a moment of joy for the people of Ubandawaki Ward of Ilorin West Local Government as the President of Nigeria Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki Bukola extended his rural road construction to their Ward.
People, in their numbers, devoid of political affiliations came out to witness the flag off ceremony to welcome the Abubakar Bukola Saraki Mandate Constituency Team.
The Chief host, the Ubandawaki of Pakata, Alhaji Baba Mahmood, speaking on behalf of the entire people of Ubandawaki, appreciated the Senate President for the construction and prayed vehemently for God’s guidance and protection for the Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki.
Present at the official flag off were the Abubakar Bukola Saraki Mandate Constituency Team and other political followers and associates of Saraki led by the DG, Hon. Ali Bahago Ahman Pategi and Hon. Abdulwahab Issa.
Among the Ubandawaki receiving team were the Ubandawaki of Pakata, the former DG of the ABS Constituency Office, Mallam Yunus Abdulrahaman. Also in attendance, the SSA to the Senate President on Legislative Aides, Alhaji Saka Onimago, and the representatives of the Former Minister of Sports, Mallam Balaji Abdullah, and the Special Assistant to the Kwara State Governor on Art, Culture and Tourism, Hon. Femi Adebayo who were unavoidably absent.
The Director of Project of the Constituency Office, Mr. Olayinka Ibraheem assured the people of the community of a standard and quality work on the road project for the good use of the people.
The Director urged the community to cooperate and work with the contractor for monitoring and supervision of the project for quality jobs. He then assured the youth that it is pertinent that the contractor makes use of Ubandawaki youths and artisans for the project as source of empowerment and jobs creation for self and community developments.
Speaking with Hon. Kayode Omotoshe, the Director of Communication of Constituency office, he expressed the readiness of the Senate President to bring rapid about development to the people of the Kwara Central and Kwara in general.