APC peace move: Baderinwa commends leaders
The former House of Representatives member that represented Idanre/Ifedore Federal Constituency on the platform of the All Progressives Congress, (APC), Mr. Bamidele Baderinwa has commended the step taken by the national leadership of the party towards reconciling members in Ondo State.
Baderinwa who gave the commendation while receiving members of his campaign team in Abuja who came on a visit over the demise of his elder sister, Mrs Mary Adegoroye said the meeting would foster moves to put the party in order ahead of future elections.
The former lawmaker thanked the group for their loyalty and support in the last legislative term and their efforts in his re-election bid in the 2019 National Assembly election.
Earlier, the group comprising stakeholders from Idanre and Ifedore local government areas of Ondo State under the auspices of Baderinwa Support Group, (BSG) called on politicians to play impactful politics capable of transforming their societies.
Leader of the group and Director General of the campaign organization, Mr Tunde Ogunlade described as unprecedented the kind of welfarism and empowerment put in place under the four years of representation by Mr. Baderinwa.
The Group noted that Mr Baderinwa after the outcome of the 2019 general elections still embarked on empowerment programme for selected people from Idanre/Ifedore Federal Constituency.
The group berated some beneficiaries of his magnanimity who worked against his re-election, but went about maligning his personality of circumventing empowerment materials.
“Hon Baderinwa within four years laid unprecedented records of constituency projects, empowerment and personal human development which has eluded the federal constituency in any democratic dispensation.”
The group leader noted that what Hon Baderinwa did in his first one hundred days in office was amazing and landmark that worth emulation.
The group expressed their commitment and readiness to continually support Hon Baderinwa in his future endeavours in the development of his constituency, Ondo State and Nigeria at large.