Over 10,000 Households Benefit from Federal Government’s Food Palliatives in Oyo State

Minister of Power, Bayo Adelabu, announced on Sunday that more than 10,000 households in Oyo State have received food palliatives from the Federal Government. The beneficiaries, including compound heads (Mogajis), market associations, labor unions, journalists’ union, professional bodies, and students, among others, received rice to alleviate their hardship, courtesy of President Bola Tinubu.

Presenting the palliatives in Ibadan, the state capital, Adelabu emphasized that the initiative aimed to ease the suffering of the people and enhance their well-being. He assured citizens that the federal government is cognizant of their challenges and reiterated President Tinubu’s commitment to delivering on his promises.

Adelabu clarified that the distribution of palliatives was devoid of political affiliations, emphasizing the government’s dedication to good governance. He pledged transparency in the distribution process, ensuring that the aid reaches every segment of society regardless of religious, traditional, or ethnic associations.

Encouraging continued support for the Tinubu administration, Adelabu solicited prayers for guidance and success in leading the state towards progress. He outlined the distribution as the first phase of the food security initiative under Tinubu’s renewed hope agenda, promising regular distributions as part of the government’s commitment to transparency and accountability.


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