2023: Participate In Ogun Politics, Senator Adeola Urges Ogun Indigenes In Abuja, Elsewhere - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Wednesday, September 29, 2021

2023: Participate In Ogun Politics, Senator Adeola Urges Ogun Indigenes In Abuja, Elsewhere

Adeola and a section of Ogun indigenes in Abuja

The Daily Crucible | Published Wednesday,  September 29, 2021

Senator Solomon Adeola has called on sons and daughters of Ogun State resident in Abuja and elsewhere in the Diaspora to show more than a passing interest in the politics of the State.

Adeola who is the chairman of Senate Committee on Finance, said it is only when indigenes - home and abroad, begin to play active roles in democratic leadership selection process that leaders of repute that could deliver meaningful development would be voted into various elective offices. 

The senator made the appeal when he received indigenes of Ogun State under the auspices of Ogun State Indigenes Forum Association, OSIFA led by their President, Barrister Tola Olorunfunmi in his office in Abuja. 

The delegation which paid him a courtesy call and also used the occasion to intimate the Senator on their plan for the 10th Anniversary and Awards for Ogun indigenes that had identified with and contributed to the development of the association. 

He told the 15-member delegation that having identified and associated with the association since its inception when he was a member of the House of Representatives, he would continue to support its programmes for the growth of the association and welfare of its members.

Adeola  added that all eligible member must ensure that they register to vote at home during elections in the future, according to a release on Wednesday by 
Chief Kayode Odunaro, his Media Adviser.

He commended the administration of Prince Dapo Abiodun in ensuring that developmental projects were spread across the state unlike in the recent past, stressing that in the areas of health, educational development as well as infrastructure, the administration has done enough to be allowed to continue for a second term in office. 

In his remarks earlier, Barrister Olorunfunmi stated that they came to brief and invite him on the programme of the 10th anniversary slated for October 16 as a recognition of his numerous contributions in the first decade of the association in Abuja adding that the association had achieved a lot in terms of bringing Ogun State indigenes together as well as welfare and estate development for members. 


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