Alao-Akala’s Son Challenges Ajimobi Not To Be Moved By Opposition Parties’ Antics

Alao-Akala’s Son Challenges Ajimobi Not To Be Moved By Opposition Parties’  Antics


The son to the former Governor of Oyo State, Adebayo Alao-Akala, Olamijuwonlo Alao-Akala, on Thursday call on the Governor of the state, Abiola Ajimobi not to be moved by the antics of the opposition parties in the state.

Olamijuwonlo who happens to be the chairman of Ogbomoso North Local Government stated this while speaking at the flag-off of the construction of three road projects in the council area.

In his statement he advised the state Governor, “not to be distracted in his service delivery”.


He however urged “politicians in the state to embrace politics of development and peaceful coexistence”.

He further stated that he was in the council in order to complement the efforts of the state government.

Olamijuwonlo said he believes that he can complement the efforts of the Oyo State government by bringing about Physical and human developments. He said;

“Ajimobi should not to be distracted in his service delivery, I urged politicians in the state to embrace politics of development and peaceful coexistence.

“The efforts of the government at the state level would be complemented by my administration in the local government by bringing about physical and human developments.

“This excavator we are using for the constructions of the road projects were ordered by the Oyo State government in 2018, inaugurated by the governor last Friday and delivered to the council chairmen on the same day. The excavator will, to a greater extent, boost agricultural activities in Ogbomoso North LGA, helpful in our safety and rescue operations, as well as our urban renewal agenda.

“The distribution of the 33 excavators and approval of the construction of over 100 road projects across the state are another feats by Governor Ajimobi who is passionate about the well being of the people of the state and also determined to sustain his administration’s developmental strides until May 28 when his tenure would come to an end.”

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