Olawuyi said this while addressing the people of Oke-ero LGA at a Town Hall Meeting, tagged “Ajulo Meets Constituents”, on Wednesday in Iloffa.
The Town Hall Meeting is an interactive session cutting across political divides to answer questions from the people.
The lawmaker however said he could boldly rate himself to have done well in his three and half years at the National Assembly, adding that he is not unmindful of the myraids of challenges bedeviling the people.
He promised to ensure that the 42 wards within his constituency benefited from his projects, assuring that no ward will be left unattended to before the expiration of his tenure.
Olawuyi urged them to document their requests “so we can know what you want and what we can do for the people”.
He said anyone coming after him would have to strive hard to surpass his achievements, adding that he had done his very best for the people of his constituency.
“I am just three and half years in office.
Some people think I have spent well over eight years.
We will ensure your requests are attended to,” Olawuyi said.
He explained that those who benefited from his mega empowerment in April were not only members of the APC, while calling on the constituents to establish a more cordial relationship with him.
The traditional ruler of Ilofa, Oba Samuel Dada, the Alofa of Iloffa, noted that it was the first time such a meeting would be organised by political office holders in his constituency.
He therefore commended the lawmaker for such a meeting, adding that whatever Olawuyi promised must be fulfilled.
The traditional ruler prayed for the lawmaker, who is also the House of Reps candidate for the All Progressives Congress (APC) for the Constituency in the 2023 general elections.
He urged the electorate not to fight or cause mayhem as the electioneering campaign begins, adding that people should eschew bitterness and political brigandage.
Some of the stakeholders who attended the forum included traditional rulers, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), League of Imams, Pensioners, All Nigerian Conference of Principals, All Farmers Association.
Others were youths, market women, motorcycle riders, Patent Medicine Association, National Union of Road Transport Workers, National Union of Local Government Employees and Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN), among others.