Ogun Lawmakers To Adopt Fedpoly Ilaro Locally Fabricated Disinfectant Machine~NEWSEXTRA - News Extra Online




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Friday, 5 June 2020

Ogun Lawmakers To Adopt Fedpoly Ilaro Locally Fabricated Disinfectant Machine~NEWSEXTRA

The Ogun State House of Assembly Speaker Rt. Hon Olukunle Taiwo Oluomo has urged all the honorable members of the house to support schools in their constituencies with fabricated hand washing machine.

The Speaker made this assertion today while inspecting the COVID-19 equipment designed and fabricated by the Federal Polytechnic Ilaro.

The equipment inspected are, two models of mechanical ventilator, multiple outlets mechanical Handwashing and sanitizing machine, electronically operated walk through door disinfectant and a Movable Environmental Sanitizer
According to him, "I am so impressed by the various equipment showcased here,  and I  will encourage all the Honourable members of the House to acquire two or three of the multiple outlet Hand washing and sanitizing machine for schools in their constituencies.

He therefore directed the Rector of the Polytechnic, Arc. Olusegun Aluko, Ph. D to forward the unit cost implication for producing the machine.

While welcoming and conducting the  Honourable speaker and his entourage round the equipment, the Rector said that all the components used for the innovations were locally sourced adding that "if funds are available, any of, and all the equipment could be mass-produced to specification within  very short time".
Earlier, the Speaker had introduced Hon. Bolanle Ajayi as the facilitator of his visit to the institution to see the the great work being done. 

It would be recalled that Hon. Ajayi was on a visit to the polytechnic to give her support when the first ventilator was produced with a promise to always support the activities of the Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro.

The Hon. Speaker was accompanied to the Polytechnic by Hon. Bolanle Latifat Ajayi,  representing Yewa South State Constituency and Hon. Adejojo Yusuf representing Abeokuta South State Constituency 1.

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