Michael Olaoluwa Adeyeye, one of the APC Governorship Aspirants from Akure Division
Ondo Guber: Adeyeye congratulates Akeredolu, urges him to be magnanimous in victory
A former governorship on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ondo state, Barrister Olaoluwa Micheal Adeyeye has congratulated the Ondo state governor-elect, Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu (SAN) for his victory at the just conducted governorship polls in the state.
In a statement made available to Blackface News over the weekend, Adeyeye who said Aderedolu’s victory is a well-deserved victory, however impress on him, the need to be magnanimous in victory and should not sideline anybody but ensure an all-inclusive government.
In the statement which reads in part, he said: “I heartily congratulate Chief Rotimi Akeredolu (SAN) victory’s at the polls. I believe your victory is a testament of your charisma, tenacity and leadership qualities.
“But I however urge you to be a rallying point for all the warring factions across and outside the ranks of the party because this is the time to move Ondo state to a greater height.
“In view of the bad blood created during the run-up to the gubernatorial election in the state, I believe it becomes inevitable for all and sundry to work towards ensuring peace and stability within the party.
“And I hold the view and very strongly too that as the leader of the APC in the state you should be able to lead by example.
“As a member of the learned profession I have no doubt in my mind that your training and exposure are well-suited for the leadership role in the state and I hope and pray that your reign will help to better the lots of Ondo state in general,” he stressed.
The Akure-born indigene further assured the governor-elect of his total support towards moving Ondo state to its lofty heights, stressing that “Ondo state has been largely impoverished these past years by successive governments and now is the right time to change her fortunes for the better.”
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