As part of his continuous efforts in ameliorating the pains of the people during this Corona-virus pandemic, Hon. Shina Peller, a member of the House of Representatives representing Iseyin/Itesiwaju/Kajola/Iwajowa federal constituency, Oyo State, has distributed second batch of relief packages to his constituents.
The relief packages, which are being distributed to the people across the four local governments that make up the constituency, are foodstuffs such as rice, beans and milk bought in multiple folds by Shina Peller for the purpose of reaching out to his people at this trying period which also falls in the month Ramadan 2020.
Recall that earlier Hon. Shina Peller had distributed sanitizers and other preventive materials to the people across the length and breadth of the four local governments in the constituency namely Iseyin, Itesiwaju, Kajola and Iwajowa to protect his people against the deadly Corona virus disease which the whole world has been seriously battling with.
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In addition, Hon. Peller had earlier made a transfer of N10, 000 cash each to some of the constituents in form of palliative gesture to reduce the ongoing economic hardship caused by the ‘stay at home’ measure of the governments to check the spread of COVID-19. More than 100 people were beneficiaries.
Similarly, he also considered the need for a proper sensitization of the people on the COVID-19 very important, and this was why he went as far as producing informative radio jingles which were aired constantly on Oke-Ogun FM.
Furthermore, Hon. Peller had spent a lot printing and distributing banners, posters, handbills and other sensitization materials detailing necessary information needed on how to stay safe against the deadly Coronavirus.
These are some of the measures he has hitherto adopted, while he stated that many other aids will still spring up at no distant time as the world intensifies the battle against the deadly Coronavirus disease to a reasonable end.