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Community Leaders in Greater Kosofe Appreciate Senator Abiru's (150 bags of 50kg Rice) Relief Packages to Flood-Affected Communities

In a remarkable gesture of solidarity and compassion, Distinguished Senator Tokunbo Abiru, representing Lagos East Senatorial District, fulfilled his commitment to ease the suffering of residents affected by the devastating floods of 2023. He distributed 150 bags of 50kg rice to the afflicted communities in Ikosi Isheri LCDA, Agboyi Ketu LCDA, and Kosofe LG, a kind gesture that not only provided sustenance but also served as a beacon of hope in the midst of adversity.

In Ikosi Isheri LCDA, Mayoress Princess Samiat Abolanle Bada championed the distribution, accompanied by other delegates comprising the senator's constituency officers, political leaders, and the Community Development Committee (CDC). They worked tirelessly to ensure efficient distribution of relief aid to those most in need, bringing relief and reassurance to the flood-stricken areas, and fostering a sense of solidarity and support among the residents.

The communities affected in Ikosi Isheri LCDA include Agiliti 2, Maidan, Orisha/Isheri, Ajegunle/Idera/Kiokio, Isheri-North, and Akinpelu, where members received vital assistance, thanks to Senator Abiru's generosity. Similarly, relief aid reached areas such as Odo-Ogun, Ajegunle, Owode-Elede, Osho-Ogun, Agboyi-town in Agboyi-Ketu LCDA, as well as Oworo coastal community, Ogudu, Ojota, and Mende community of Kosofe Local Government Area, ensuring support for those grappling with the aftermath of the floods.

During visits to the affected communities, the Mayoress of Ikosi Isheri LCDA, Princess Samiat Abolanle Bada, commended Senator Abiru for his empathy and generosity, emphasizing the significance of such acts of kindness, particularly in the face of economic challenges plaguing the nation.

Additionally, leaders of the Community Development Committees in the affected areas each offered their heartfelt appreciation for Senator Abiru's unwavering commitment to the welfare of his constituents:

- Chairman of Agiliti CDA: "On behalf of the residents of Agiliti 2 and the neighboring CDAs, I extend our deepest appreciation to Senator Abiru for his timely intervention and unwavering support during our time of need. His generosity has brought hope to our community, and we are truly grateful."

- Representative of Isheri-North CDA Chairman: "Senator Abiru's compassion and commitment to our welfare have not gone unnoticed. We thank him for his kind gesture and assure him that his efforts have made a significant difference in the lives of those affected by the floods."

- CDA Chairman Idera/Ajegunle: "Senator Abiru's relief efforts have had a profound impact on the residents of our community. We are immensely grateful for his support and solidarity during this challenging time. His generosity has brought relief and comfort to our community."

Senator Tokunbo Abiru's exemplary leadership and compassion serve as a shining example of the power of unity and empathy in times of adversity. As the sun sets on another day in Ikosi Isheri LCDA, the spirit of solidarity prevails, illuminating the path towards a brighter future for all.


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