Prince Jide Fadairo
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By Lukman Omikunle

Federal House of Representatives hopeful, Prince Jide Fadairo, has promised to lobby and facilitate an all-round development into Ifo/Ewekoro Constituency if elected to represent his people at the green chamber of the National Assembly come 2023.

On Wednesday 23rd of March, 2023, Fadairo, an American trained medical expert, formally declared to contest the Ifo/Ewekoro Federal Constituency seat at the national assembly.

He is aspiring under the platform of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC.

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Prince Fadairo, in a terse statement made available to newsheadline247, highlighted his cutting-edge plans for the people of his constituency.

Top on the list of his key agenda includes health care programmes through communities, empowerment programme for market women and men via micro-credit scheme, provision of financial enablement for junior and senior secondary school students in the constituency and also to facilitate technology and innovative hub for the benefit of the constituents which he said will avail them the opportunities to skill up in information and communication for effective peer competition.

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Prince Jide Fadairo

He further added that he will push for people-oriented projects in the constituency saying “this will be in line with the needs of the people of Ifo and Ewekoro.”

He also noted that sports and social services would not be ignored, saying that regular sports competitions will encourage talent discovery within the communities.

Prince Fadairo, in the statement, said he won’t disappoint his people if given the opportunity to represent them in the national assembly.

“if given the privilege and opportunity to serve at the Green Chambers, I promise not to disappoint your trust,” he stated

He also expressed gratitude to the party leaders and stakeholders both in the state and his constituency for their unalloyed support for the administration of Prince Dapo Abiodun, the governor of Ogun State.

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