The lawmaker representing Oluyole Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Hon. Tolulope Akande Sadipe brought smiles to the faces of over 3,000 members of her constituency by donating food items worth millions of naira to celebrate Christmas.
According to her, this was part of her efforts to celebrate the yuletide with members of her constituency, which included distribution of foodstuffs to Orphanage homes.
She also hosted over 300 children at Grandex Mall’s Father Christmas grotto in Ibadan, adding that the children had fun games, food and drinks for two days.
On Christmas eve, Akande-Sadipe’s team visited and distributed food items to Orphanage homes within Oluyole Federal Constituency including Aduke Olaidibo; God Mercy Orphanage; Toras Orphanage and Care People Foundation.
Speaking at one of one of the Orphanage homes, a beneficiary of her gesture, Mrs. Aduke extolled Akande-Sadipe’s kind virtues and prayed for the lawmaker.
She saI’d: “We really appreciate this kind gesture and we also pray God grants her heart desires. We also ask that may the spirit of all the children she provided food for, pave greater ways for her.”
Also, political associates, residents and stakeholders in Oluyole Federal Constituency commended the lawmaker’s stride of revamping and repositioning her constituency, with special focus on the girl-child,trafficking, boosting infrastructure and provision of water.
They further described Akande-Sadipe’s Christmas gifts as a rare gesture, no one has beaten in Oluyole Federal Constituency.
In her remarks, Akande-Sadipe, who chairs the House Committee on Diaspora, noted that the year has been a very difficult one for all, adding that her team has ensured the distribution is managed effectively to reach those in need genuinely at this time of the year.
While she promised to unveil new projects in the new year, Akande-Sadipe added that she will not relent in giving necessary supports to her community.
She urged residents and indigenes of Oluyole Federal Constituency to adhere to COVID-19 protocols and keep safe during the festive period.