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Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun has promised that the distribution of palliatives to vulnerable, aged and the poor in the state will continue every ten days in different parts of the state.
PLATFORM TIMES reports that the governor maintained that his government will not stop in the distribution of palliatives to the resident of the state so as to cushion the effects of lockdown on them.
The governor said this while addressing newsmen on the COVID-19 update in the state at the Governor’s Office, Oke Mosan, Abeokuta.
PLATFORM TIMES further reports that Abiodun claimed the second phase of the distribution of our palliative packages is still ongoing.
Meanwhile, PLATFORM TIMES investigation revealed that many aged, vulnerable and poor in some rural communities in the state are yet to receive any palliatives from the government despite qualifying for the criteria.
Some of the residents who spoke with PLATFORM TIMES lamented that party members hijack palliative packages in Ogun.
But, the governor during the address insisted that reports indicated a remarkable improvement in the distribution mechanism as well as cooperation of the people in ensuring the items reach the targeted beneficiaries in a seamless manner.
He said, “at this point, it is also important that I state that the second phase of the distribution of our palliative packages is ongoing.
“The reports indicate a remarkable improvement in the distribution mechanism as well as cooperation of our people in ensuring that the items reach the targeted beneficiaries in a seamless manner.
“We will continue to make life more abundant for our people at all times. “Let me state that distribution of palliatives will continue, it will continue like every ten ten days, it is ongoing.”
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