Governor Ibikunle Amosun, Speaking on the occasion of his 61st birthday anniversary in Abeokuta Today said that he would work till the very last day of his tenure in developing the State.
Mrs. Olufunso Amosun, the President of the UPLIFT Development Program and the Moremi of Yoruba Community said her husband, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, has passion for the welfare of the aged and vulnerable people in Ogun State.
Mrs Olufunso Amosun Promises That The 8-Year Old Uplift Development Programme For The Aged And Vulnerable, To Continue After Amosun’s Tenure.
The spouse of the State Governor said she and her husband had sustained the programme of taking care of the aged for the last 8years.
Mrs. Olufunso Amosun promised that the Care for the Aged would continue even after the tenure of Amosun.
Alake Says Governor Ibikunle Amosun Had Performed Excellently well, And Should Be Trusted.
The Alake and Paramount Ruler of Egbaland who was also at the occasion confirmed that Amosun had served every part of Ogun State including Ijebu-Ode, Sagamu and other areas
The Alake confirmed that the Egba Nation was very proud of him and advised the people to follow Amosun forward towards his next political ambition which would give room for more sustainable development of the State.
Amosun referred to the state of the State, asking the people to note that Ogun was on the 29th position before but now occupies the second position in Nigeria through his hard work and commitment and Ogun State was the first industrial destination of industrialists.
Amosun appealed to the people to collect their PVCs and vote for continuity so that Ogun could continue to lead others
Amosun specially appreciated his wife for her unflinching support.
On the sideline of his speech, Senator Amosun appealed to some younger men and women to step aside and allow the oldies to collect birthday gifts
Gov Amosun noted that there was almost equal number of men and women in their 20s, 30s 40s 50s that the 70s and above
Gov. Amosun appealed to the younger people who had come to collect largesse to wait outside where they would be attended to later.