Ondo 2024: I Will Usher State into Radiant Future, Says Jimoh Ibrahim

Sunday Okobi

Business magnate and Senator representing Ondo South senatorial district, Dr. Jimoh Ibrahim, has promised a radiant future for the state. 

He made the promise during his visits to the 10 wards of Ondo East Local Government Area last Wednesday.

A statement issued by his campaign organisation said he was received by elated party leaders and members in the various wards.  

Ibrahim, who is seeking to clinch the ticket of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the November governorship election, took his campaign to the wards, accompanied by former Minister, Tayo Alasoadura, and the chairman of Aseyori Organisation, the body driving the campaign. 

Others on Ibrahim’s entourage were former Speaker of the Ondo State House of Assembly, Hon. Bamidele Oleyelogun; eight erstwhile members of the Assembly, five former commissioners and 18 former chairmen of local government areas. 

Addressing party faithful at every stop, Ibrahim said: “With unwavering spirit, l stand before you bearing tidings of good hope. 

Never shall your toil for the party be in vain, for l shall be the venerated governor who shall guide our beloved state towards a radiant future.” 

He commended them for their unwavering support for the party, particularly during the February 25 presidential election of last year in which they voted massively for President Bola Ahmed Tinubu. 

Also, Alasoadura, in his address, extolled APC members in the local government area for their unwavering commitment to the progressive cause. 

He extolled Ibrahim’s mental acuity, saying it is what the state needs to elevate it to the zenith of excellence.

The youth leader in Ward 7 of the local government area, Ogunfu Felix, said in Oboto village that this was the first time in his active political life that an aspirant would visit his community. 

“For two decades, l have been in politics never before has the resplendent light of a gubernatorial aspirant graced our village. This unprecedented visitation has bestowed on me a newfound sense of purpose,” Felix said. 

The visits to Ondo East wards brought the number of wards so far visited by Ibrahim and his Aseyori Campaign Organisation to 107. There are 203 wards in the state.

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