Oluboyo greets Adetimehin, seeks support for APC Exco
……congratulates Adetimehin on re-election
Ondo State former Deputy Governor, Alhaji Lasisi Oluboyo, has congratulated the Ondo state chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Engr. Ade Adetimehin on his re-election as the chairman of the party in the state
Oluboyo who described Adetimehin as a great bridge builder who has immensely worked for the development of the party in the state, equally described his re-election as a well-deserved one.
In his congratulatory message he personally signed, the former Deputy Governor who served under Dr Olusegun Mimiko, lauded Adetimehin for his untiring commitment, hardwork and dedication to the growth of APC in the state.
He also solicited the support and cooperation of all party members for the success of the new executives.
“It is with utmost joy and gratitude to the Almighty Allah that I on behalf of my family and well-wishers felicitate you on you well-deserved re-election as the State Chairman of our great party, All Progressives Congress (APC), in Ondo State.
“Your re-election was greeted with spontaneous applause across the state, though unprecedented but largely attests to your untiring commitment, hardwork and dedication to the growth of our great party coupled with the effective synergy between the party and the State Government under the able leadership of our dear Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN.
“You are great bridge builder and notable mobiliser, which are attributes of a good and listening leader.
“Let me equally use this opportunity to felicitate other members of the State Executives who emerged at the well-attended and orderly conducted State Congress, and wish them well as they continue to serve the party and the state in their respective capacities.
“It is my prayer that the Almighty Allah will continue to lead you and the other EXCO members to give the party victory at all elections.
“I solicit the support and cooperation of all party members for the success of the new executives”, the former deputy Governor added.