Arabambi drums support for Abiodun’s administration, endorses Ogun APC YOUTH LEAGUE Freedom Walk

The chairman of Ogun chapter of Labour Party and EX chairman of 79 other political parties under the aegis of Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC) , Comrade Arabambi Oluwafemi Abayomi has drum support for the administration of Prince Dapo Abiodun.

Arabambi, who gave the commendation while addressing the organizer of a league of youths in the All progressive Congress, Ogun state Chapter today in his office, Abeokuta, Ogun state.

He said that Ogun Labour party is fully in support of OGUN YOUTH WALK because it symbolizes what Labour party represents in all facet of the society. Labour party is about enduring quality of lives to the citizens from All walk of life and youth inclusive .

The present administration of Governor DAPO has demonstrated this in his recent appointments of many youths in the state cabinet as Hon Commissioners and Special Advisers.

Also this Good tidings is most visible among the Local Government Transitions Committees and his excellency cap it all with the recent appointment of my brothers in person of Adeyemi AZEEZ and OLAMIDE LAWAL as Special Assistant, students affairs and Youth respectively .

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According to him, the governor has many good policies and programmes on ground, adding that he needs people’s support to actualise them.

Meanwhile, The event which begins from 10.00 am on Tuesday,11th February, 2020 at Ori Omi, Oke sokori, Abeokuta, Ogun state.

The APC youth league made this known in its press statement signed by the state coordinator, Comrade Olamide Lawal and Aremo Akinlolu Agunbiade. Chairman Planning Committee, Ogun Freedom Walk 2020 respectively.

During the event, the group will also a short seminar titled “Political Intolerance and its effect on our Democracy” is billed to hold at The June 12 Cultural Centre, Kuto, Abeokuta immediately after the Freedom walk,

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