June 18, 2024

Stopping Akeredolu’s projects after his demise, height of wickedness – Ondo APC aspirant


Wale Akinterinwa, a governorship aspirant running under the All Progressives Congress, APC, banner, has expressed dismay over the alleged decision to halt the projects initiated by the late Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu in his hometown of Owo.

Akinterinwa stated that it was crude and unjust to halt the projects, stressing that they ought to be completed as a way to honour the late governor.

The former Commissioner for Finance stressed this during a campaign tour to Owo, the headquarters of the Owo Local Council Area of the state.

Residents of the community who received the governorship aspirant had expressed their dissatisfaction with the abandoned projects in their town, emphasising the need for them to be completed.

Akinterinwa, however, vowed to ensure that projects would be completed if he became governor.

He also assured the residents that he would prioritize the continuation of the policies initiated by the late Akeredolu, stressing their importance to the state.

“I will continue where Aketi stopped in Owo. Whatever Aketi wanted to do for Owo but couldn’t, we will accomplish it. When a great leader has passed away, the only way to honour him is to continue the work he was doing for his people.

“It’s unfair for someone who claimed to be loyal to him and took over from him to come and halt all projects in Owo. We will take Ondo State to the next level and prioritise women and youth development. Our people will enjoy the dividends of good governance under our leadership.”





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