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2015 Polls: Kogi lawmaker executes 32 projects in Mopa-Muro

A member representing Mopa-Muro Constituency in Kogi House of Assembly, Hon Folusho Daniels, said he had executed over 32 projects in his constituency in the last three and half years.

Daniels made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Lokoja.

He said he had made a significant effort in alleviating the suffering of the people of his constituency within the limit of the available resources.

He enumerated the projects to include the rural electrification of two communities namely; Otafun and Aiyedayo-Oroke Amuro.

“Two set of Computer were provided to train students on computer education, and as of today, over 200 students in Mopa and Amuro have been trained free of charge.

“Two viewing centres were also provided for the youth, with one each in Amuro and Mopa, and one Health Centre in Okohi-Amuro.

“Several Stores were built for market women in both towns to enhance trading activities of the people.

Vehicles and motorcycles were also distributed to some set of people for transportation business,” said Daniels.

He added that over six (6) motorise and eight (8) hand pump Bore-holes were constructed in the interior rural communities.

NAN reports that Folusho Daniels is an aspirant under the platform of Accord Party seeking re-election for the second time in Mopa-Amuro constituency in the State House of Assembly in 2015 general elections.

Daniel recently defected from APC to Accord Party due to inability to secure the ticket under APC because of the irregularities that characterized its primaries in Kogi West.

Speaking on his chances of securing victory in his new party, he said “My relationship with my constituents is very cordial, and they want me to re-contest under any party because they are reciprocating the achievements of my first term.”

“With these little achievements I have been able to accomplish, I am optimistic that I will surely come out victorious in the general election,” he said.