Ajaokuta Reps member donates fund for renovation of mosque; host Constituents in Ajaokuta Township for Iftar.

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By Our Correspondent

The House of Representatives member representing Ajaokuta Federal Constituency at the 10th National Assembly, Rt Hon Sanni Egidi Abdulraheem, made a significant impact in his constituency over the weekend.

Representative Abdulrahmeen, performed his Jumat prayer at Eganyi Central Mosque, where he was approached by the Mosque council with concerns about the Mosque’s completion and renovation.

In a swift and in his usual magnanimity, Rt Hon Abdulrahmeen donated a million Naira to support total refurbishment efforts by the Muslim Council in the Community.

In another development, the House of Reps Member hosted the people of Ajaokuta Steel Township for Iftar this Friday, March 29, 2024.

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Constituents who attended the ceremony thanked commended Rt Hon Sanni Abdulraheem for his uniqueness and positive approach to issues, describing his leadership as the best of its kind in the history of governance in Ajaokuta Local Government Area.

Rt Hon Abdulrahmeen in a remark, congratulated the Muslim ummah for witnessing the sacred month of Ramadan in good condition and spoke on his remarkable impacts in providing palliatives to cushion the effects of hardships during this period.

He assured the people of more democratic dividends, urging them to warm up for an interactive session in a town hall meeting where he would be responding to questions, allowing evaluation of his efforts so far as the Ajaokuta Federal Lawmaker.

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Rt Hon Sanni Abdulrahmeen used the period to also visit families of deceased persons in his constituency, during which he extended helping hands to the bereaved families and promised to continue to identify with his constituents during their time of needs.
Edited by Ali Atabor.



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