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Asiwaju of Ede: LG Chairmanship Aspirant, Omole Oluwasegun Celebrates Gov. Adeleke

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OSOGBO – A leading Aspirant for the Chairmanship of Ilesa North-East LCDA, Comrade Omole Oluwasegun Omo-Osodi, has extended his congratulatory message to the Osun State governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke on his conferment as Asiwaju of Ede land, just as he wished the governor well on his birthday anniversary.

This was contained in a statement personally signed by Omole, and made available to journalists on Monday

According to him, the choice of Governor Adeleke as the Asiwaju of Ede land is the best thing to happen to the ancient town.

He said the last Asiwaju of Ede land, late Senator Isiaka Adetunji Adeleke, had laid good legacies which would be complemented by he newly installed Asiwaju.

The leading Aspirant who attested to the intellectual prowess of the new Asiwaju of Ede, assured the ancient town of more goodies as governor Adeleke is a game changer.

Omole described the Osun governor as ‘Mr. Talk and Do,’ saying that he is always a man of his words, while citing the numerous infrastructural developments going on the state.

He averred that Governor Adeleke has changed the scenario of governance through series of project embedded in his multi billion Infra plans.

He congratulate the governor on his birthday that coincided with his installation as Asiwaju of Ede land, saying good people deserved good material.

He also felicitated with Timi of Ede, Oba Munirudeen Lawal and all Ede Indigenes of Ede for the new era that has come to the town, noting that the era of Governor Adeleke as Asiwaju of Ede would be known for good.

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