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Democracy Day: Ido/Osi LG Chairman urges Ekiti citizens to do away with politics of bitterness

The chairman of Ido/Osi Local Government, Hon. Bamidele Omoleye has advised the citizens of his local government and Ekiti to shun politics of bitterness.

He averred that the state would benefit a lot if all politicians in the state could do away with pull-him syndrome.

The chairman asserted this in Ido-Ekiti while addressing a group of people on how the dividends of democracy could be enjoyed.

Omoleye said the era of politics of acrimony is gone in Ekiti State, saying the present governor of the state, Mr. Biodun Oyebanji has taught all and sundry the best way to play politics.

His words, “As Governor is not seeing himself as governor of the APC but as governor of all citizens of Ekiti State, so I am not seeing myself as Chairman of the ruling party but council boss for all citizens of Ido/Osi Local Government.

“We should begin to learn from the leadership style of our boss and leader, who used his native intelligence to bring all former governors together.

“I am following the footsteps of our governor and I would be very happy if all members of our party could follow suit.

“As we commemorate our Democracy Day today, 12th June, 2024, I promise to forge more a common front of our people’s interest to address important issues bothering on security, economic growth, infrastructural development, and well-being of our people in Ido/Osi Local government alongside other priorities”.

He said the Democracy Day should transcend beyond the celebration and commemoration to incisive reflection on our past, so that the labour of our heroes past shall not be in vain.

The chairman congratulated the people of Ido/Osi local government, Ekiti and Nigeria on this year’s Democracy Day.

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