The monarch, however, urged the electorate to do it lawfully.
“They forget the constituency that brought them into office as0 we barely see them again.
“The moment they get into office, Abuja becomes their home,’’ the monarch said.
“We are messengers, we should be accessible, but the truth is that no matter how hard we try, one or two persons will still not be satisfied,’’ Sokunle said.
When asked about his achievements before the coronavirus outbreak, he said that he was able to finish some projects before the lockdown.
“As at February, about 12 boreholes were put in place, scholarship at various levels.
“Though it has not been easy, we will keep trying.
“Members of my constituency can attest to how much we are doing and we don’t intend to relent.
“The truth is, we were working round the clock and a lot more could have been achieved but for the lockdown,’’ he said.
Responding to complaints that members of his constituency did not receive palliatives, Sokunle said that many people benefitted.
“We did all we could; we are still doing the much we can.
“We shared the palliative given to us we didn’t hoard them,’’ he noted. (NAN)