Immediate Past Transition Chairmen Laud Gov. Abiodun on Legacy Projects, Unifying Politics
The immediate past Transition Chairmen in Ogun state have described Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, a silent effective achiever, over the completion and inauguration of 14km Ijebu Ode-Mojoda-Epe Road, 42-kilometer Sagamu Interchange–Abeokuta dual carriageway, and other landmark projects in the state.
The group gave the commendation after one day meeting in Abẹokuta, the ogun state capital.
They congratulate, the governor for successful hosting President Buhari for his recent visit to the state where a number of legacy projects were commissioned.
The chairman of the group, former Odeda local government chairman, Hon. Semiu Bola Lawal , who described Governor Abiodun as a forthright person with moral principles, honesty and decency, said his socio-economic developmental drive in road infrastructure, housing and health, among others, had positively impacted on lives of the people.
Prince Dapo Abiodun’s style of governance has shown fairness in the distribution of dividends of democracy. This has been done with good sense of transparency, accountability and sincere commitment.
“We Commend him for his efforts so far, and enjoin every Ogun state citizen to continue to support his government,” Lawal said.
Given his transformative strides in Politics, the former chairman of Ikenne Local Government, Hon. Rotimi Akinsanya congratulated the governor for his inclusiveness on the appointment of all local government functionaries who were recently nominated by the governor for the positions of Secretary to the Local Government, Supervisory Councilor, Political Adviser and Consultant, saying their appointment is an evidence of a new dawn in the state.
He commended Prince Dapo Abiodun for once again proving his special love for the grassroot politics through the appointments, adding that the appointments point to the fact that he is running an all-inclusive government.
The group called on all Ogun State residents to continue to give the administration more support, they concluded