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Osun @27: Adeleke Promises Prosperous Government

By Tunde Oyekola, Osogbo
The governorship flagbearer of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun State, Senator Ademola Adeleke has congratulated the people of the state on the occasion of the state’s birthday, promising to redeem the lost glory of the state of elected Governor of the state.
“Today Osun is identified with poverty,hunger and economic hardship. Today Osun is an indebted state with huge repayment burden. Education and health sectors  are in shambles.We must redeem our state from this evil of bad government, Senator Adeleke said  in a congratulatory message signed by the Director of Media and Publicity for the Ademola Adeleke Campaign Organisation, Olawale Rasheed.
“My late brother, Senator Isiaka Adetunji Adeleke laid a solid foundation for modern Osun State. Other governors followed and did their best. The incumbent has however eroded and mortgaged the state through bad governance and corruption induced policies and programmes. The people of Osun State are reeling under untold hardship due to leadership wickedness and insensitivity.
“We must use the occasion of our state’s birthday to reverse this retrogressive steps. Osun must place premium on human development as the foundation of sustainable development of our dear state”, Adeleke noted in the statement.
While congratulating the founding fathers of the state, Adeleke encouraged indigenes not to lose hope as there is divine hope at the end of the tunnel.
“I urge our people to remain steadfast and unwavering in their resolve to change the change. Osun must be set on  humanity driven path. We must see development as beyond roads and bridges. We must ensure balance between human and capital development.
“My six point agenda which will be unveiled shortly addresses all the concerns of our people. I have detailed plans covering all strategic sectors as well as the capacity and passion to deliver. If elected as Governor of Osun state, I will redeem the lost glory of our dear state”, Adeleke said.

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