Ekiti In Diaspora In Ondo State Declares Support For Akeredolu’s Re-Election

Members of the Ekiti Diaspora, Ondo State Chapter has declared their unflinching loyalty and support towards the re-election bid of the incumbent Governor of Ondo Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN. 

The quite elated members of the group stated that over the last few years since the inauguration of the Akeredolu led administration the two states has enjoyed a tremendous harmonious relationship which has led to various progressive synergies between the two states, among them is the Federal Government approved dualization of Akure to Ado road.

Adding to this, the group stated that the administration of the Akeredolu led administration in the State has yielded immense benefits to the people of Ekiti State living in Ondo State.

They expressed their readiness and unwavering support for the continuation of the good relationship as experienced under the administration of Arakunrin Akeredolu.

Responding to the group the state chairman of the All Progressive Congress (APC)  in Ondo State Engr Ade Adetimehin appreciated the group for their commitment and readiness to ensure the continuity of the Akeredolu led administration in Ondo State beyond 2020 adding that the Akeredolu led administration is committed to giving everyone an equal chance to thrive and progress in the State irrespective of where they come from.

Present at the Occasion are the Pioneer Speaker of Ekiti state House of Assembly and Chairman of Ekiti Diaspora are;

Rt. Hon. Kola Adefemi: Federal Commissioner, National Population Commission,

Hon. Lanre Fayemi,

Elder Gboyega Omotola: former deputy Speaker of Ekiti state House of Assembly,

Hon. Opeyemi Ajayi: former bursar college of Education, Ikere Ekiti,

Elder Tunde Adetifa,

Mr Kayode Kekereowo and

Mr Femi Ogundamisi amongst others.

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