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Gbomi Bridge: ODU Hails Senator Ashiru’s Prompt Intervention

The Offa Descendants Union (ODU) has commended Senator Oyelola Yisa Ashiru, representing Kwara South Senatorial District, for his swift response to the imminent collapse of Gbomi bridge in Offa.

In a statement signed by Dr. Rauf Abiodun Oladipo, ODU Global Secretary, the group praised Senator Ashiru’s “prompt interventions and swift response” to the bridge collapse, describing it as “good leadership, responsibility, and accountability to the electorates.”

The statement reads: “On behalf of ODU Global President, Alh. Muideen Olaniyi Azeez Salako, and the entire ODU National Executive Council, we want to sincerely appreciate our distinguished Deputy Senate Leader, Senator Yissa Lola Ashiru, for his prompt interventions and swift response to the imminent Gbomi bridge collapse in Offa.

“This preparedness response from the senator shows good leadership, responsibility, and accountability to the electorates. He has demonstrated that he values the lives and properties of Offa people who he serves and can always be relied on.”

The group lauded Senator Ashiru’s commitment to the people of Kwara South, saying his actions have saved the community from a potential disaster.

The collapsed Gbomi bridge, which connects major institutions, including the Federal Polytechnic Offa, Kwara State College of Health, Mopol Barrack, Offa Divisional Police Station, NSCDC Area Command, and One Innovation Hub, Offa, is a critical artery for commuters and travelers in the area.

Senator Ashiru’s swift intervention has restored hope and relief to the community, according to the statement.

ODU also appreciated the senator’s efforts in addressing infrastructure challenges in the constituency, saying his interventions have yielded positive results.The group expressed its gratitude to Senator Ashiru for his selfless service and dedication to the people of Kwara South, promising to continue supporting his endeavors.

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