Lagos - Tony Nwulu, representing Oshodi/Isolo Federal Constituency II in the House of Representatives, on Wednesday donated two buses to convey students in his constituency to and from school.
The People's Democratic Party (PDP) lawmaker, also donated computers, exercise books, biros and other educational materials for pupils in primary school in the area.
The computers were donated to 32 secondary schools in the area with each school receiving three computers.
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The buses would pick students from Ejigbo to Jakande Estate and from Jakande to Okota.
The donations were part of Nwulu’s campaign promises to the electorate who voted for him during the 2015 National Assembly election.
Speaking at an event tagged 'Milestone', to mark his 100 days in office, Nwulu said the donation was in fulfillment of the pledge he made to the people of his constituency.
"Some months ago, I pledged that if God puts us in this place, we will make visible changes that will be felt by all," he said and assured the people that he would provide them with more dividends of democracy.