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As political parties began preparation towards primaries across the Nation, an Aspirant jostling for the House of Assembly seat in Ijebu North State Constituency 11 (otherwise known as Ifelodun, comprising of AgoIwoye, Oru,Awa,Ilaporu, Mamu, and Ako) Prince Abiodun Odutayo Oluwole has presented laptops to All Progressives Congress in the state constituency to support the party, to aid the ongoing continuous voters registration exercise.

Abiodun who gave the laptops to the five party Chairmen that makes up the Constituency through his foundation Odutayo-Iwogbe Foundation at Oru-Ijebu, Ogun State stated that the laptops will help the party actualize its motive to have records and datas of party members.

Similarly, Odutayo-Iwogbe Foundation founded by the Aspirant, gave out food items to members of the Constituents irrespective of party affiliation to caution the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Beneficiaries of this philanthropy commended the Aspirant for having it in mind to cater for their needs in times when food items have skyrocketed. Some who spoke with our correspondents attested that, the gesture has become a quarterly support where people come from far and near yearly to benefit.

Some of the food items distributed include over 800 pieces of 10kg rice, 700 pieces of 5kg beans and 1000 pieces of 5kg garri.

At the presentation are APC party chieftains including, Hon Joseph Adegbesan, Otunba Adetoun Oduwole, APC Chairmen of the 5-Wards and many others.

Abiodun Odutayo Oluwole hails from Oru-Ijebu, Ogun State, is a Nigerian Businessman, who is a Real Estate Mogul, CEO of Hagar Realty & Appraisal Services Ltd.

He is a born philanthropist and founder, Odutayo-Iwogbe foundation premised to help and support people in the community and state purposed to giving back to the society and creating a better life for people, which was founded in 2019.

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