The Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun, has declared that the second term of his administration would be about good governance and people-oriented projects. Abiodun made this declaration during a special Jumat Service held at the Central Mosque, Kobiti, Abeokuta, to usher in the inauguration of his second term on May 29.
He thanked the Muslim faithful in the state for their support towards the success of his administration in the first term. I want to thank everyone for the success we recorded during the last election.
“I want to thank our Muslim faithful for all your prayers and advice, thank you for the cordial relationship among the Muslim community in the state, relationship between the Muslim community and other religious bodies in the state. Your religious tolerance is highly commendable.
“Your messages in your various mosques have helped to mould our youths into good men, those messages have also ensured that they did not become a burden on us or disturb the community. Because if they had become a burden on us, we wouldn’t have been able to do all what we have done, thank you for your role.
“All the areas that we are yet to touch, we will touch them, make them better, we will ensure that we give the people good governance and people oriented governance,” he said.
Earlier in his sermon, the Mufasiru of Egbaland, Dr. Taofeek Amolegbe, who noted that public office isn’t about how sound a candidate is academically or how rich he is, disclosed that attaining leadership positions is purely an act of God Almighty.
Amolegbe while reminding Governor Abiodun that he should correct the few mistakes made in his first term, urged him to embrace the spirit of the president-elect by calling together those who had wronged him.
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