Ogun Coun­cil Boss Ad­vo­cates Con­ti­nu­ity In State Gov­er­nance

The Guardian (Nigeria) - - NEWS - By Gbenga Ak­in­fenwa

AHEAD the 2019 Gov­er­nor­ship elec­tion in Ogun State, chair­man of Le­guru Lo­cal Coun­cil De­vel­op­ment Area (LCDA), Hon. Olo­lade Onakoya, has called for a strong can­di­date with po­lit­i­cal com­pe­tence to con­tinue with the present ad­min­is­tra­tion’s agenda of re­build­ing the state.

Be­sides, he said the state needs a can­di­date who has been in the sys­tem, un­der­stands the po­lit­i­cal ter­rain, and can build on the foun­da­tion laid by the in­cum­bent Gover­nor Sen­a­tor Ibikunle Amo­sun.

Onakoya, who spoke with the me­dia at the coun­cil Sec­re­tariat, Atiba, Ijebu-ode, ap­pealed for con­ti­nu­ity in the state, so as to build on what Amo­sun has started.

He noted that the gover­nor’s vi­sion­ary lead­er­ship is based on sound and holis­tic view of state’s re­build­ing, as an ex­cel­lent way to be­stow his own lega­cies on pos­ter­ity.

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