A Member representing Ibarapa Central/ Ibarapa North Federal Constituency of Oyo State , Hon Ajibola Muraillna has donated 10 brand new Motorbikes as well as N1.25m cash to the local hunters and vigilante security outfits taking responsibility for the security of the five Ibarapa towns in the constituency
This was contained in a statement made available to news men in Abuja on Sunday by the Media Aide to the Lawmaker, Mr Olubunmi Sodipo.
According to the statement, the five Ibarapa towns are : Igbo-Ora, Idere, Ayete, Tapa and Igangan respectively
The statement added that in addition, the lawmaker under the umbrella of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, who made the donations on Saturday also donated the sum of N3m, towards the renovation of the Asigangan palace that was set ablaze during the Fulani herdsmen invasion of the Igagan Community in June this year.
According to him, the presentation ceremony which held beside the ruins of the razed palace had in attendance HRM Oba Lasisi Olawuyi Adeoye, Gbadewolu I Aribiyan II Asigangan of Igangan and the Asigangan-in- Council.
The statement further explained that the monarch handed over the keys of the 10 motor cycles in turn to the respective heads of the local security outfits of the five communities that make up Ibarapa Central/ Ibarapa North Federal Constituency of the State
The Monarch acknowledged the immense contributions of Hon Ajibola Muraina towards the developmentI of Igagan Community and the entire Ibarapa kingdom in general.
In his brief remark, the lawnmaker urged the people of the area to continue to be law abiding citizens and be vigilant with the happenings in their environments and report presence of people of questionable characters to law enforcement agents on time to prevent the repeat of future attack on the communities.
The lawnmaker who assured the people to continue to attract Federal Government projects to the area as their Representatives also visited the victims of the June 6 invasion of Igagan Community at the medical centre in the locality to condole with them and made cash donations towards their medical expenses.