Fine Gael opens new party branch in Limerick City

Limerick City Fine Gael branch chair Oluwasegun Oriowo.

FINE Gael has unveiled its new city centre branch to try and “invigorate political engagement among Limerick’s vibrant and diverse demographic”.

Spearheaded by Oluwasegun Oriowo, also known as Sam, the Limerick City Centre Branch, according to Fine Gael, “emerges as a beacon of opportunity, poised to reshape the landscape of local decision-making”.

Unveiled amidst “great enthusiasm” at the South Court Hotel during, the party said it received resounding support from Limerick councillors, Senator Maria Byrne, TD Minister Kieran O’Donnell, and other party leaders.

Fine Gael is of the view that the establishment of this new political party branch marks a pivotal milestone in its commitment to inclusivity and progressive governance.

It has been enthusiastically hailed as “a platform designed to amplify the voices of young adults, emerging new Irish communities, and the residents of Limerick City”.

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Its main goal, the party says, is to empower people to actively participate in shaping the future of their community. Through collaborative initiatives and open dialogue, the branch aims to foster a culture of civic responsibility and civic engagement, bridging the gap between aspiration and action.

“My appointment as the new branch chairman will bring a fresh perspective and unwavering dedication to the ideals of transparency, accountability, and progress,” Oluwasegun said.

“With a vision that transcends traditional boundaries, I am set to stimulate a new generation of changemakers, while propelling Limerick towards a future defined by innovation and inclusivity, together we can fight for the change we crave.”