April 15, 2024

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Supreme court verdict: Amos Adejinle congratulates Governor Adeleke, describes him as a shinning light

General Manager, Osun State Emergency Management Agency (OSEMA) Mr Amos Adejinle, has felicitated Governor Ademola Adeleke over his victory at the Supreme Court on Tuesday, describing him as a shining light of immeasurable value.

Adejinle, in a congratulatory message he personally signed and made available to newsmen in Osogbo, the Osun State capital, prayed that the shining light of the Governor in the State shall be permanent and with tremendous achievement.

He said the level of consistency and capacity displayed by the Governor in the last six months has clearly shown that he was ready for governance and purposeful leadership from the inception of his administration.

The OSEMA boss, added that with the pattern and content of developmental agenda of the Governor, the State would definitely experience uncommon development and speedy growth in all it’s ramifications.

According to him, the promptness of response and zeal for policy implementation adopted by the administration of Governor Ademola Adeleke have stand him out as listening and friendly Governor, saying the State has been lucky to have his type at the helms of affairs.

His words: “I heartily congratulate our performing Governor in Osun, Governor Ademola Jackson Adeleke, on his landslide victory at the apex court today.

“From all of us at OSEMA, we are greatly proud of you and your entire team; obviously, your style of administration and governance is a clear-cut departure from the past and a revolution in all ways.

“Also, we want to specially appreciate your prompt and speedy response towards array of our requests in the quest of creating succour for the downtrodden and vulnerable through robust emergency management mechanism in the State.

“We have no doubt in our mind that you are the best for this State at this critical moment of our political journey, as we wish you a successful tenure with indelible impacts ahead”.