Traditional rulers from Akoko South west local government area of Ondo state, have ssured the state Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, of another four years.
The monarchs made the disclosure why playing host to the campaign team of Akeredolu who visited the palace of the Olubaka of Oka, Oba Adebori Adeleye.
During his speech, Oba Adeleye, said it behooves the residents of Ondo north Senatorial District of the state to support Akeredolu, adding that the projects of the present administration remains unprecedented.
Reeling out the projects of Akeredolu-led government, the monarch stated the bridge linking Ikun and Oba community was revamped after it became a death trap for commuters plying the environs.
He further stated that Akeredolu worked tooth and nail to ensure that the state owned tertiary institution in the local government, Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba (AAUA), remains a 21st century university, noting that erstwhile administration kept Osustech at arm’s length.
His words: “The governor is not an alien here in our town, he doesn’t promise what he won’t fulfill. In Akoko, he constructed Owo to Akoko road, he repaired the bridge at Ikun. The governor also awarded the Ikun to Idoani road, he reconstructed Ayegunle to Oke-oka road.
“He revamped moribund schools, he also supported the Akoko farmers, he also resolved the crisis in the forest reserve.
“We monarchs are in your support,” the monarch openly declared.
Responding to the goodwill message of the monarchs, Governor Akeredolu said Akoko, Ose and Owo maintains a unique relationship, saying that he is optimistic that the monarchs will not let him down.