‘Ondo Can’t Experiment With 2024 Election’


Ondo State’s Deputy Governor, Olayide Adelami, has stated that the state cannot afford to go through trial and error with the upcoming governorship election and that Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa remains the best choice for the state.

The deputy governor made this statement while addressing party supporters and residents of Ido-Ani in Ondo state’s Ose local government area, who had gathered for an empowerment program sponsored by Olatunji Oshati, a member of the state House of Assembly representing the Ose constituency, according to a statement signed by the spokesperson for Ondo State Deputy Governor, John Paul Akinduro.

According to the statement, Adelami described the governor as a listening leader whose objective is to make life worthwhile for all residents of the state, regardless of party membership. As a result, he urged the people of Ose to support Aiyedatiwa in order for him to be re-elected governor.

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“I am here to bless this empowerment program while also soliciting your support for His Excellency, Governor Lucky Orimisan Aiyedatiwa, who remains our sole choice in this year’s election. We cannot afford to go through trial and error. “Aiyedatiwa has been tested and trusted, and he will undoubtedly deliver,” the deputy governor stated.

He told them that the state administration would look into their situation and find a solution. The road going to Ido-Ani township and others that were donated to him are among the most notable of these.

Olamide Oladiji, Speaker of the Ondo State House of Assembly, also used the opportunity to call for support for the governor of Ondo State in his desire to continue providing life-changing programs to the people.

Oshati informed his constituents of Governor Aiyedatiwa’s dedication to their well-being and asked them to give him their complete support in the next governorship primary election.

Techrectory with Agency Report.

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