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Honorable Tunde Lewally said the people of Constituency 104 are well aware of the tremendous work he has done in the last four years and would therefore re-elect him in the November 17th presidential elections. (Photo: Hon. Tunde Lewally and his wife)
During this month of Ramadan, Hon. Lewally used the occasion to break fast with his subjects throughout the entire month under his expense and also provided praying gowns for them.
In the last four years, Hon. Tunde Lewally said he managed to give the Muslim Brotherhood Primary School a new look by his efforts in rehabilitating and painting the entire building. He said he also re-branded the Buya Park and provided slabs for some streets in the Fourah Bay community.
He continued that he also provides micro-credit for his poor traders and scholarships for deprived children under his constituency. Very soon the Kennedy Street market will be electrified, he added.
He said he has no contender if works are anything to go by when the APC decides who will be awarded it symbol to run for Constituency 104.
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