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Amosun: Why We Didn’t Commemorate This Year’s Democracy Day


Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, has felicitated with the people of the state, over the Democracy Day celebration, urging them to hope for a new dawn.
In his message to mark the 2018 Democracy Day, the governor assured of the commitment of his government, towards ensuring that democratic dividends are felt in all the nooks and crannies of the state.
Amosun, in the massage, signed by the state Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Otunba Adedayo Adeneye, expressed optimism that the Mission to Rebuild the state, embarked upon by his administration, which is marking the 3rd anniversary of its 2nd term, will be a success story, by the time it’s tenure expires on May 29, next year.
The governor said his government would have commemorated this year’s anniversary, with the commissioning of some of the over 50 new projects, spread across the three geo-political zones, but because of the month of Ramadan the commissioning has been shifted till a later date that will be announced.
“We have kept faith so far, and I hereby restate our commitment to hand over an Ogun State, which will be a pride of all of us.
“Our modest efforts are being felt by all and we have no doubt that by the time we handover, we will be celebrating a New Dawn in our dear Ogun State”, the governor stated.
Urging them not to relent in their support and prayers for his administration, Amosun wished them a happy Democracy Day.

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