in his developmental strives to make Saki a better place for all to live and attend to grassroots problems being the objective of local government administration, the Chairman Saki West Local government, Hon. Sarafadeen Omirinde donated fifteen pieces of concrete electricity poles to Ero-Omo Community in Saki.
This is part of the chairman efforts to fight the issue of epileptic power supply which has been battling the community for months.
Korrectnews was briefed on the development through the press release by his media officer, Hon. Mukaila Muhideen Gold which reads;
“The chairman Saki West Local government, Hon. Sarafadeen Omirinde today has donated fifteen concrete poles to the community for electrification and upgrading of the lightening system in the community.”
“The chairman fulfilled the promise he made to the community during Ero-Omo Community Association’s visitation to his office after winning the election and presented the problem before him.
During the presentation of the poles, Omirinde said “it is part of my plan to make sure we upgrade the state of electricity infrastructures under the local government power to avert any possible power outage in any community under me”.
“This is one of the plan that the chairman has for the generality of Saki community and promise not to stop on that.
He urged the community Development association of Ero-Omo to promptly make use of the pole to restore the power outage in the community and make sure the people enjoy the light.”
“He furthered promise to continue yielding to people’s call and never leave any community unattended to as at when due.”
The community shown their gratitude to the council chairman for being magnanimous to the community and be a problem solver and responsive administrator.
“In response to chairman speech and pledges, The secretary of the community, Arc. Yekeen Ibrahim and other delegates of the community appreciate the chairman for his kind gestures towards their community and described him as the listening chairman who takes people satisfaction as priority. They prayed for the community and the state at large and urged people to continue supporting Engr. Omirinde for betterment of Saki community.”