Boroffice, Adeogun, Olabimtan, Akogun, Ategbole, Babaleye, others drum support for Aiyedatiwa
Party faithful gathered in their hundreds at Oka Akoko Town Hall to declare unwavering support for Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa as they urged him to contest and lead the people of Ondo State again beyond 2024.
The enthusiasm of the Akoko South West leaders and party members electrified the ancient city of Oka Akoko in a carnival-like manner.
While assuring the people of Akoko South West of Governor Aiyedatiwa’s midas touches and democratic deliverables, the leaders unanimously appealed to members of the party to be wary of the antics of saboteurs and deceitful elements in the party as the Sate goes into an election this year.
Highlighting the giant strides of Governor Aiyedatiwa in the payment of salaries to civil servants, gratuity to pensioners, construction of roads, sanitizing the State through the Ministry of Environment as well as his interventions in education within the short time, party members in Akoko South West profusely appreciated the Governor for appointing three of their illustrious sons into various positions so far and like Oliver Twist asked for more.
The acceptance of the Governor’s political aspiration by party members across the 15 wards of Akoko South West remains a magical turnaround for the ambition of Governor Aiyedatiwa who the people have adjudged as a worthy example of who a leader should be.
They extolled Aiyedatiwa’s positive judgement and discretion in piloting the affairs of the state since the demise of his boss, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN.
The well attended meeting was graced by representative of Prof. Ajayi Boroffice, the Asiwaju of Akoko, Ade Adeogun, Victor Olabimtan, (Chief) Victor Ategbole, Olugbenga Omole, Tolu Babaleye, Felix Alonge, Chief Sehinde Mise, Johnson Alabi, Felix Alonge, Stephen Adeyeri, Ope Igbede, Gbenga Eniyandunmo, Dapo Fasesin, Dr Olatunbosun Omoniyi, Mr Gbenga Atiba, Mr Tony Jayeola, party chairmen across the 15 wards, past and present ward executives and others too numerous to mention.