Hon. Saheed Animashaun special adviser on agric, youths, sports and social services in Oshodi-Isolo Local Government , today joined other residents of the local government to give palliatives to the needy, aged and vulnerable in his community of Igbeyinadun ward.
Represented by his wife Alhaja Folashade Animashaun and his political advisory committee headed by Comr. Kehinde Oladepo, Hon. Akinwunmi Rasaq and Alhaja Lateefat Adeyemi in the distribution of the items to cushion the effect of federal government lock down of lagos state in an efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus in the state.
Alhaja Animashaun while distributing the items stated that Hon. Saheed animashaun decided to give helping hands to the needy in their community and complements both the state and local government palliative efforts. She said Both Christianity and Islamic religions encourages the act of giving especially to the needy and God frowns at those who are greedy and stingy. As a result of their religious belief and humanitarian nature , her husband believes other people would continue to do same to make the people happy .
” He who cant give out of the little he has can never share in time of surplus” she concluded.
At the end of the distribution exercise, Hon.Animashaun said as a community and an astute politician in his dormain, it is neccessary to join hands to provide succour for the people when it matter most, although he cant provide for everyone, but with the contribution of private individuals , corporate organisation, religious bodies and government supports, our people would be happy.
He appreciates every individual who has been supportive to the people at this crucial moment, and emphatically thanked the Local Government Chairman Hon.Idris Bolaji Muse Ariyoh ‘IBMA” for his proactiveness in the handling of the coronavirus issues since the index case was announced in lagos Nigeria.
Hon.Saheed Animashaun palliatives touched streets such as Alade, Inasa, Igbehinadun, Michael, Dipeolu, Akinpelu, Church street, Balogun street etc and cut across religious leaders, elders in the community and some youths.