Adeola Pledges Free Internet Access, Loans For Computer Village

Adeola Pledges Free Internet Access, Loans For Computer Village

Computer Village hosts Hon. Adeola YAYI (6)Hon. Solomon Adeola, the APC senatorial candidate for Lagos West has promised to provide free internet access as well as non-collateralized loans for members of the Computer and Allied Products Dealers Association of Nigeria, CAPDAN, at the Computer Village in Ikeja if elected a senator.

The House of Representatives Committee chairman on Public Accounts who was in the Computer Village over the weekend to receive a Chevrolet campaign bus donated by members of CAPDAN to his campaign organization said it is unfortunate that in spite of the over 80,000 employment provided for Nigeria and multi billion naira yearly turnover of the ICT village there is no Federal Government presence of any sort in the village.

Adeola who is popularly called ‘Yayi’ said that he will ensure they have a voice in Abuja particularly in bills and policies relating to ICT as their roles in creation of employment and economic development need to be harness for further development.

The two term member of the Lagos State House of Assembly and present member of the House of Representatives said with almost 12 years cognate legislative experience he is the best choice for Lagos West which is the largest senatorial district in Nigeria adding that none of the contestants against him have even a month legislative experience at any level.


Chief Kayode Odunaro

Media Adviser to Hon. Solomon Adeola.

18th January, 2015

Computer Village hosts Hon. Adeola YAYI (10): Members of CAPDAN presenting a bus to Hon. Solomon Olamilekan Adeola at the computer village on Friday.

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