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Varsity Don Hails PMB’s Infrastructural Initiatives

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President Muhammadu Buhari

A university don and chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Professor Adeniyi Olowofela has hailed President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration’s infrastructural development initiatives, saying it will bring rapid development to the country.

While calling on Nigerians to vote for President Muhammadu Buhari for his second term in office, he said his continued infrastructural initiative will drive a rapid and laudable development.

Olowofela who is also an aspirant for House of Representatives, Ido/Ibarapa East Federal constituency, said God spares his life to favour Nigeria.

“God wants to favour Nigerians, a reason he spares life of President Buhari because his adversaries’ mission was to kill him.

“We can conspicuously see the rail line by the president along Olowofela village in Ido Local Government and this leads to Akufo and other areas.

“For Nigerian youths seeking greener pasture in London and other developed countries, what enhances their developments is infrastructures because infrastructure like good roads, transportation system, electricity and others enhances rapid development.

“You can see companies like Exide Battery, Dunlop tyre and others that have left Nigeria for Ghana. If we can allow President Buhari to maintain this developmental tempo, companies both local and international will come here to develop our economy.

“For example, if you have a business that earns you a N1 profit per product that means if 100 million can consume your product that is N100 million profit.

“So, this place will develop rapidly, our youths will be gainfully employed but if we don’t build our infrastructure just like Buhari is doing, we will continue with the economic challenges. We have all the best economic resources but we lacked good leaders to help us administer them”, Olowofela said.

He extolled the virtues of the incumbent governor of Oyo State, Senator Abiola Ajimobi for his dedication to serve people of the state.

“I even pity him most times because sometimes after we finished meeting with him at about 1 AM midnight, it was this time the governor will start attending to mammoth visitors.

“He may not leave office until dawn, meaning that he has little or no time for his personal life and this means he has not misused the privilege to serve people of the state.

“He also has courage to serve and this has led to infrastructural developments and relative peace in the state.

 


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