Abiodun, Ogun indigenes host ex-VP Osinbajo
The Governor of Ogun State, Dapo Abiodun and other indigenes of Ikenne Local Government in the state have welcomed former Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo after completing eight years as the second-in-command to his principal Presisent Muhammadu Buhari.
At a reception on Sunday, Governor Abiodun hailed Osinbajo for “his outstanding role towards achieving a successful poll in the state during the 2019 General elections.”
Abiodun assures that the state government under his administration would continue to be proud of Osinbajo’s “sterling leadership” while in office
At the event, the public thanksgiving and appreciation reception organised in honour of Osinbajo by the Ikenne Development Association, Abiodun described the former vice-president as a man of “impeccable character,” whose eight years, according to him brought positive development to the entire country.
Governor Abiodun recalled that Osinbajo’s “trail blazing records in good governance and public administration were inherited from the former Premier of Western Region, Late Chief Obafemi Awolowo”, adding that Osinbajo had raised the bar.
He lauded the Law Professor for his “unwavering loyalty” to President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.
Also, the governor of Bayelsa, Duoye Diri, his counterpart from Edo State, Godwin Obaseki and former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, described Osinbajo as a detribalised man, who according to them served the Nigeria meritoriously.
In his reaction, Osinbajo expressed gratitude to Nigerians for appreciating his contributions to the growth of the nation during his days in office.