326 total views, 2 views today
Groups of Non-indigenes based in Ogun State have pledged to work and support the second term ambition of the Ogun State Governor Prince Dapo Abiodun come 2023.
The groups gave this assurance at different meetings held recently in Ajowa ,Ifo Local Government, Ado-odo in Ado-odo Ota LG and iat Idiroko, Ipokia Local Government.
Speaking at the meeting the Special Assistant on Ethnic Affairs to the State Governor, Hon.Monday Chukwuji at Ado-odo Ota, with leaders of the group,, highlighted various achievements of the Prince Dapo Abiodun’s led administration in all spheres of human endeavors in the state, urged the people at the gathering to continue to give support to the administration as more impacful projects are set to be implemented.
He described the All Progressives Congress, APC as number’ one party to beat in the state and Nigeria.
At all the meetings Hon Chukwuji also implored the people to go for the Covid-19 vaccination at the General Hospitals and Public Health Centres, PHCs nearer to them.
In their separate remarks, the Eze Nwanyi of Ndi gbo, Ogun State, Lolo Tessy Nnadi and Obi Ndidi Ngolo on behalf of the groups gave assurance of their readiness to work and support the second term bid of Gov.Dapo Abiodun as soon as the race for the 2023 election commences.
Hon Chukwuji also met leaders and people from the south South at Ifo, and Igbo youths at Idiroko where the groups also commended Gov. Dapo Abiodun and reassured the administration of their unflinching support , adding that whoever Governor Abiodun back for the Presidency in 2023 would as well be the one that they would work for.
Meanwhile, the Special Assistant has also embaked on construction of gutters in Ajowa Community in Ifo Local Government area as part of his contributions to community development in the area.