By Bukola Olamona
Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has charged the Senator-elect for Ondo North Senatorial District, Pastor Jide Ipinsagba to work for the interest of his people and the State.
Akeredolu enjoined the Senator-elect to be on his toes and make contributions to issues that affect the district and the development of the state.
The Governor spoke while receiving Ipinsagba and his team at the Government House, Alagbaka, Akure, the state capital.
Ipinsagba was at the Government House to thank the Governor and present his Certificate of Return.
The Governor had also received the Senator-elect for Ondo South, Dr. Jimoh Ibrahim and some House of Representatives members-elect.
The House of Representatives members-elect received by the Governor include: Timehin Adelegbe, Owo/Ose Federal Constituency; Abiola Makinde, Ondo West/East Federal Constituency; Donald Ojogo, Ilaje/Ese-Odo Federal Constituency; Festus Akinfiranye, Ile-Oluji/ Oke-Igbo/ Odigbo Federal Constituency; and Derin Adesida, Akure South/North Federal Constituency.
The Governor urged Ipinsagba to be fair to all and be a good representative of the six local government areas that make up the Senatorial district.
Governor Akeredolu expressed joy in the victory of the APC in the State, adding that it was a testament to the acceptability of the party in the state.
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