The Jegun of the Ile-Oluji kingdom, Oba Oluwole Adetimehin, said the city had reaped the dividends of good governance from the administration of Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN. He said the people of Ile-Oluji saw the roads made in the city by the administration of Governor Akeredolu.
The monarch spoke at his palace on Saturday night while receiving Governor Akeredolu and his entourage, who were in town to meet the APC delegates.
The monarch assured the governor that he would emerge victorious in both the APC primaries and the October 10 governorship elections. He urged other candidates within the APC and opposition parties to allow Akeredolu to complete his eight-year two-term term.
He stressed that the city can not ignore the good things that the governor has promoted through the federal government and many others implemented by the state that have brought prosperity to the city and its residents.
Oba Jegun said the people of Ileoluji were for the re-election of the governor, adding that he was proud of the achievements of the governor.
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