The Chairman Senate Committee on Agricultural Production Services and Rural Development , Senator Saliu Mustapha, has facilitated additional federal government appointments for some members of its constituency.

The new appointees are; Hon. Abdulkareem Babatunde Popoola, Mrs. Mary Okpaleke (JP), Mallam Abubakar Olaitan and Hon. Adebayo Hammed Ayodele (Omi)

It would be recalled that the Senator had recently announced similar appointments of some individuals across the four local government areas of Kwara Central Senatorial District.

The new appointees are expected to serve as Senior Legislative Aides to various principal officers in the both chambers of the National Assembly, reflecting Senator Mustapha’s commitment to ensuring effective representation and uplifting members of its constituency at the federal level.

While distributing appointment letters to the newly aides in Ilorin, the Legislative Assistant to the Senator, Alh AbdulKadri Tunde, said these appointments make it the 15th so far facilitated by Senator Mustapha within the last 8 months in the red chamber, underscoring his steadfast dedication to bringing opportunities and development to his senatorial district.

AbdulKadri noted that apart from facilitating federal appointments, Senator Mustapha has also attracted several infrastructural projects to his constituency aimed at improving the living conditions of his constituents.

These projects, according to him, include the construction of roads, installation of water supply systems, provision of transformers, installation of solar lights , and distribution of food palliatives, among others.

These initiatives, he added, are in fulfillment of the impactful representation promised by Senator Mustapha to the people of Kwara Central during the last electioneering campaigns.

The Legislative Assistant affirmed that Senator Mustapha remains committed to serving the best interests of his constituents and would continue to leverage his vantage position in the National Assembly to bring meaningful progress and development to Kwara Central.