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OPF Congratulates Akeredolu, Electorate On Ondo Election

The leadership and members of the great OODUA POLITICAL FRONT (OPF) heartily express profound gratitude to the good people of Ondo State for their conduct, patience, endurance and understanding during the just concluded governorship election adjudged to be peaceful, free, fair and credible.

The group also congratulates His Excellency, Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu for his re-election for a second term in office to steer the ship of the state for another four years.

In a press release made available to our reporter by the President of OPF, Comrade Olusegun Osonoiki, all indigenes/residents of Ondo State are hereby admonished to continue to work and support the state government towards delivering more dividends of democracy.

“We are however, looking forward to an all-inclusive government devoid of bias, bigotry or sentiment. We therefore urge the Governor to brace up for more developmental physical and economical programmes including a water tight security i.e. the AMOTEKUN security outfit and to ensure maximum good governance for the good people of Ondo State,” Osonoiki said.

In addition, OPF Secretary General, Omooba Taiwo Nodiru in his own statement said the group is to foster peace and unity amongst the Yoruba nation, home and abroad.

The group according to Nodiru is “To promote Yoruba traditions, cultures and protect Yoruba heritages. To guarantee safety and security of all Yoruba indigenes living anywhere in world. To ensure rapid infrastructural development/economic growth/qualitative education, robust agricultural scheme,  youth/sports development and affordable health care while collaborating with the Federal/States and Local Government.”

Oodua Political Front is a leading and auspicious Yoruba social cultural organisation comprising of eminent sons and daughters of Yoruba origin with firm belief in one, strong and united Nigeria. The group operates thirteen directorates which are headed by competent National Directors.

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