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2022: Expect More Robust Representation, Actualization Of Bills, Other, Ereyitomi Assures Warri Federal Constituency

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As the world crossed over into year 2022, the Member, Federal House of Representatives, Representing Warri Federal Constituency, Hon. Chief (Dr.) Thomas Ereyitomi has promised to give more robust and quality representation and as well attract what’s due to Warri federal constituency to it.

Hon. Dr. Ereyitomi gave the assurance in his year 2022 new year message to Warri federal constituency Saturday, January 1, 2022 in Warri as part of activities to kick start the year, Chief Ereyitomi reiterated his determination to continue delivering dividends of democracy to the three Warri LGAs for betterment of the federal constituency.

While acknowledging the support of the people of the federal constituency, Hon. Ereyitomi assures of actualization of bills presented in their various stages into becoming law and assented to by Mr. President.

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He noted that more Bills, motions to give Warri South, Warri North and Warri South-West LGAs improve development and upliftment will be adequately sponsored and moved at the Green Chamber.

Chief Ereyitomi, the super Warri Reps member posited that he has put policy in place to look into the needs of the people and has collated the data, adding that as a grassroot politician he’s with the people and shall pursue vigorously their needs and challenges as usual sustaining it going forward in 2022.

According to the Warri Federal lawmaker, in two years he has sponsored Bills for Establishment of Federal Fisheries Research Institute, Establishment of Federal College of Nursing & Midwifery, enrollment of Over 200 Warri federal constituency students in the National Examination Council, NECO, enrollment of over 200 students for JAMB across Warri South, Warri North and Warri South-West LGAs irrespective of tribe, religion and background.

He added that he attracted empowerment grant to over 130 women under the Poverty Alleviation Scheme whereby both women from the three Warri LGAs benefitted, sponsored two days ICT free google training organized in Warri, numerous youths under the federal constituency benefitted, distributed 47
tricycles otherwise known as keke, 6 big boats with 40 HP
Yamaha engines, 13 small boats with 15 HP Yamaha engines,
fishing nets and 20 sewing machines were given to beneficiaries as part of the zonal intervention project.

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