The Association of Local Government of Nigeria (ALGON), Ogun State chapter has congratulated the Governor of Ogun State, His Excellency, Prince Dapo Abiodun, MFR, on his 60th birthday and landmark achievements for the past one year in the state.
In a media statement issued in Abeokuta on Friday and personally signed by its chairman, Alhaji Semiu Bola Lawal who double as Chairman Transition Committee, Odeda Local Government, commended and extolled the Omoluwabi virtues of Governor Abiodun inherent in humility, diligence, dedication and pragmatic approach to governance.
In his words “While rejoicing with Your Excellency on your successful one year in office, I and others Transition chairmen in 20 LG congratulate you on your 60th birthday anniversary and wish you many happy returns in good health and in the service of humanity”, You are truly inspirational, supportive and most importantly, kind.
May you be showered with more kindness and love on your birthday.”
“In the last one year, you has embarked of rapid development of infrastructure, particularly in the areas of education, agriculture, healthcare, youth employment, market development and road construction.
These projects are spread across all the twenty local government of the state, thus giving all parts of Ogun State a true sense of belonging.” He said
Lawal on behalf of all his colleagues congratulates the governor and his family on the landmark age, which has been heralded by many lofty achievements in the private sector and public service, especially in contributing to Ogun state and national development attracting recognition at home and abroad.
He described Governor Abiodun, whose 60th birthday coincided with his first year anniversary in office, as a visionary leader, whose administration partnership with all the Local Governments in the State, has yielded tremendous development, in the rural areas.
The Chairman therefore, prayed that Almighty God should grant Governor Abiodun long life, good health, knowledge and wisdom, including the necessary resources and means to continue to paddle the affairs of the State.