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It Was Showers Of Blessings, Chants Of Second Term And Songs Of 4+4 As Hon. Omar Bio Tours Constituency And Inspects Projects


Promises speedy completion of ongoing projects and reiterates commitment to attracting more dividends of democracy

...lawmaker nicknamed "TEKUSU" by the Kenu/Tabera ward women leader, a cultural alias connoting "the indomitable"


The House of Representatives member representing the good people of Baruten/Kaiama Federal Constituency of Kwara State, Hon. Mohammed Omar Bio, fcpa, iion, intensifies his relentless efforts towards a greater Baruten/Kaiama of our collective dreams as he tours and inspects some of the physical projects he attracted to the constituency (Baruten).

The National Assembly, after rigorous appraisal of the 2022 Appropriations Act and passing same to the president for assent, embarked on 2 weeks recess to celebrate Christmas and New Year with their families and constituents.

The recess is a lawful short break and forms part of the National Assembly calendar. While some see the recess break as holiday to travel oversees for hangouts others consider it as vacation to pay attention to their families and personal matters.

Hon. Omar Bio addressing joyous constituents at Bwereguru

However, the recess, to Hon. Omar Bio, is considered a resort to trip to the constituency to inspect some of the ongoing/completed physical projects he facilitated and to bond with his constituents. To him, it is a period to relate with his constituents concerning his legislative activities as well as assess the needs/reactions of his constituents.

The lawmaker with his entourage toured many communities where he paid homages to the heads of the communities he visited and interfaced with youths as well as different interest groups availing him the opportunity to get firsthand information to ascertain their pressing needs.

The 2020 Kwara's most performed lawmaker in the green chamber who was accompanied by party leaders, youths, APC stakeholders, market women, politicians of thought, APC faithfuls, and visibly joyous constituents, expressed satisfaction at the level of execution, compliance with the specifications and quality of materials in use by the contractors handling various projects.

Day 1 of the tour covered Gberebereru, Kpakotoru, Moshi-Gbofa, Tuka, Bwereguru, Gwasoro, Sunobwe, Gwane, and Kosubosu communities.

Day 2 covered Gwanara, Kiyoru 1 and 2, Gbaabe, Budo Aiki, Bwen, Bukuro, Kero and Kenu communities.

Day 3 of the tour wrapped Boriya, Shiya, Kosubosu, Yanri, Gure, Kuburufu, Bweru, Sanre, Yonwuro-kpaaru and Okuta communities.

Hon. Omar Bio inspecting an ongoing project at Yanri community.

Hon. Omar Bio welcomed by a mammoth crowd at Gure Community. 

Hon. Omar Bio welcomed by a mammoth crowd at Yanri Community. 

Hon. Omar Bio welcomed by a mammoth crowd at Kuburufu Community. 

Ongoing construction of a block of 2 classrooms with a staff office and 4 units of modern toilets facilities. 

Hon. Bio addressing supporters at Gure during a Constituency tour. 

Hon. Bio flanked by the Baruteen LG APC Women leader and a retired Director, Alh. M.Y Abdulmumini during a visit at Bwen. 

Hon. Omar Bio in a town meeting with the people of Yakira community during the constituency tour

The first thing the lawmaker and his entourage did in all of the communities visited was to go straight to the palaces and paid homage to the villages including the visit to the palace of the Emir of Gwanara, HRH Sabi Idris, the Kotokotogi II.

The Emir of Gwanara and all the chiefs of all the various communities that received the entourage made positive remarks about lawmaker. They paid glowing tributes to the Ilesha-Baruba born federal lawmaker for his uncommon commitment to good governance and responsive representation at the Green Chamber of the National Assembly, stressing that the lawmaker has been selfless in his service to humanity.

A visit to the palace of Derekure IV, HRH (Prof.) Halidu I. Abubakar, Emir of Ilesha-Baruba.

Hon. Bio and his entourage paid homage to the Emir of Gwanara, HRH Sabi Idris, the Kotokotogi II.

Paying homage to the Village Head of Kero, Alh. Mohammed Yere Adamu

Constituents appreciating Hon. Mohammed Omar Bio at Bwen

Hon. Omar Bio paid homage to Oyebola, the Vilage Head of Budo-Aiki, Paul Woru.

Hon. Bio paid Homage To the village head of Kiyoru I

Hon. Bio paid Homage To the village head of Shiya Community, Alhaji Adamu Gunu Sero


Hon. Bio paid Homage To the village head of Kiyoru II

A visit to the palace of Sinayanigi of Yanri Community. 

Hon. Omar Bio inspecting an ongoing Project at Gberebereru Community. 

The reception was overwhelming in all the communities as shown in the displayed pictures of this publication. It was chants of APC - Change, songs of 4+4 (8) and chimes of 2nd term (In Sha Allah) from mammoth crowd of party supporters, leaders of various communities and youths.

Remarkably reacting to the overwhelming welcomes, Hon. Omar Bio stated that all ongoing physical projects would, In Sha Allah, be due for completion and public use by the end of the first quarter with the exception of the Yonguregi-Banikani road at Gure, due to some factors.

He further stressed that the provision of developmental projects that convenes the needs of the people and driven by the passion to position the constituency for greatness are his priorities.

"Greater Baruten/Kaiama is in view and very possible. Let's all join hands irrespective of party differences for a greater Baruten/Kaiama and to the envy of other constituencies in the country.

Residents of the various communities he has visited all pledged their unalloyed loyalty to the lawmaker and the "yirun igberu", APC, reiterating their support to the lawmaker should he decides to seek re-election for 2nd term in 2023, God's willing. They all stressed that the only appreciable gift the lawmaker can give to them is seek re-election for 2nd term.

This tour covered only Baruten LG while looking forward to Kaiama LG for another recess, In Sha Allah.

Ongoing Project at Kero Community.

Hon. Bio inspecting ongoing Project at Yanri Community. 

Supply and installation of 500kva electricity transformer at Gure community (completed).

A block of 6 classrooms facilitated by Hon. Omar Bio at Ilesha Baruba (Completed).

An ongoing construction of Younguregi Banikani road at Gure Community. 

Projects inspected during the tour includes;

- Construction of a block of 2 classrooms with staff office and 4 units of modern toilet facilities at Kero. (Ongoing)

- Construction of a block of 6 classrooms fully furnished with leaning materials and electricity fittings at Ilesha-Baruba. (Completed)

- Construction of a block of 2 classrooms with a staff office and 4 units of modern toilet facilities

- Construction of a block of 2 classrooms with staff office and 4 units of modern toilet facilities at Kenu._ (Ongoing)

- Provision and installation of electricity transformer at Shiya. (Ongoing)

- Construction of a block of 2 classrooms with a staff office and 4 units of modern facilities at Yanri. (Ongoing)

- Provision and installation of 500kva electricity transformer at Gure. (Completed)

- Construction of Yonguregi-Banikani road at Gure. (Ongoing)

Dignitaries in the entourage are; retired Director, Alh. Mohammed Yakubu Abdulmumini, former LG party Chairman, Alh. Mohammed Woru Ga'ani, immediate past Ilesha ward APC Chairman, Alh. Bio Toro, former Ilesha ward councillor, Hon. Ahmed Chemist, the Chairman and members of the Abin Bio Political Vanguard (Baruten Chapter), presenter of Batonu radio programme, Mr Abdulqadir Woru Yusuf, party loyalists, among others.

Cross- Session of supporters at Bwen Community. 

Hon. Omar Bio addressing supporters in one of the communities during a constituency tour recently.

Hon. Omar Bio addressing supporters at Bukuro Community.

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