Light Up Bode-Olude Market
With the current realities of things towards the end of 2020, the benefits accruable from the provision ofadequate infrastructures, particularly LED street lights, cannot be over-emphasised. It is indeed an essential component of our face-lifting of the businesses of the people of Bode-Olude Market of Opeji Ward in Odeda Local Government Area.
Youth Development and Empowerment
On Youth Development & Empowerment, 50 participants from each Local Government in all 38 wards of the Federal Constituency were dutifully trained on how to draw business proposals/plans, and how to make promotions on social media.
Solar-Powered Street Lights
Street lights are a fundamental component of any city's infrastructure, providing safety and security benefits to communities and businesses. That is why Rep Olumide Osoba has delivered and installed solar-powered street lights in the following locations in Odeda Local government:
10 Installed in Itoko Elemide
10 Installed in Alagbagba Central & Ijemo Fadipe
10 Installed in Ilugun
10 Installed in Unity Estate, Obantoko
10 Installed in Opeji
Covid 19 Palliatives
The effect of Covid 19 was harsh on the economy, which translated to some hardship for the common man. Palliatives were given in the form of electronic funds transfers to indigents, poor and aged people to ease hardship and cushion the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic in the month of April and May.
At the town hall meeting over a hundred and fifty men, women and youths were empowered with equipment such as Sewing Machines, Motorcycles, Deep Freezers, Grinding Machines for self-sustenance and sufficiency.
Youth Financial Support
For Youths on Entrepreneurship Acquisition, funds were disbursed to 25 youths for development of their existing businesses in all 38 wards in the Federal Constituency.
Market Women Financial Empowerment
Many families rely on women to care for them and to provide basic necessities for survival. Women’s empowerment, especially market women, is essential in any society to achieve good nutrition and sustainable and resilient livelihoods. In recognition of this, a hundred market women (100) in each Local Government in all 38 wards of the Federal Constituency received funds to boost their sources of livelihood to support their families.