Group lauds APC victory

A group, Nigeria For Change (NFC) has lauded the victory of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the last general elections describing it as a welcome development that will change the fortunes of the nation for the better.

The group also welcomes the victory of the Ogun State Governor, IbikunleAmosun saying it was borne out of his good performance in his first term.

At an event to mark the success of the governorship and House of Assembly Elections in the state, Patron and member of Board of Trustees of the group, Otunba Olawale Soyode, thanked God for His mercies, which has enable the state to continue to exist and achieve a leap in infrastructural development.

He said: “Ogun State has been fortuitous enough to be blessed by God, who in His infinite mercies caused it to be created in 1976 and endowed it with enormous natural and human resources, more importantly, our state is blessed with men and women that have distinguished themselves in various fields of human endeavours.”

He highlighted the state’s compelling distinctions in the art of governance, saying “we have through providence, been able to produce heads of state, held several high ranking public offices and fortunate enough to be blessed with men that have ruled the state well and all of these enigmas gave outputs that added up to the state being a model in Nigeria today.”

Soyode described Amosun as “our patriot that have made us proud” lauding the achievements recorded across Ogun State in the last four years of his administration as unprecedented.

He congratulated Amosun and President Muhammed Buhari saying the APC victory at both levels is a blessing to the people, pointing out that it is imminent that the governor will do more service for the State with the co-operation from the centre.

Also speaking at the occasion, the National Co-ordinator Nigeria For Change (NFC), Abiodun Adeniji was optimistic that the good work done within the four years of Amosun previous tenure will definitely be improved upon and the state would be better off in the next dispensation.

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