By Segun Adejumo
The Senator representing Osun East, Senator Babajide Omoworare has admonished Nigerians to give maximum support to President Muhamadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the the quest of repositioning the country’s economy and governance generally.
The Senator stated this on Sunday in his 56th Independence Anniversary message through his Media Assistant, Comrade Tunde Dairo.
Omoworare congratulated the Nigeria on the 56th independence anniversary and charged everyone to sustain the patriotic spirit and visions of the founding fathers of the country.
According to Omoworare, “The vision of our founding fathers whose foresight was beyond ethnic chauvinism has developed into a state of strategic importance in the comity of Nations globally; we cannot afford to fail them.
“We must be grateful to God for our continuous existence in the last 56 years regardless our fair share of diversity challenges which we have been surviving overtime, leaving us with greater sense of belonging and strong believe in the collective responsibility for the Nigeria project.
Omoworare reiterated the commitment of President Muhamadu Buhari and the APC to governance with purpose and integrity to remake and reorder Nigeria.
He expressed optimism in the steps taken so far by the President Buhari led administration to bring corruption to its knees and restructure the country’s economy.
Omoworare said: “I am in support of the anticorruption crusade to sanitise the nation and return our sense of integrity and honesty. Blocking economic leakages, loots recovery and prosecution of culprits must be intensified to restore our value for honesty and hard works.
“Critical economic situation as we have right now must not be left unaddressed with stringent and result oriented economic measure as currently proposed by the government, we cannot be patching things up as done by previous governments, enough of fake economy and economics.”
Omoworare applauded the President for his local economy drive and challenged everyone especially the youths to see opportunities towards economic breakthrough rather than joining in the lamentation of temporary sacrifice for a better tomorrow.
“I believe in the will of this administration and I have confidence that the covenant of our party with the people will be realised in shortest possible time to the delight of all. To make this a reality, all hands must be on deck, leaders and followers alike must play our parts”. Omoworare said.
The Senator also commended Governor Rauf Aregbesola of Osun State on his undaunted spirit of developing the state infrastructure and socio-economic wise.
Omowrare described Aregbesola as a visionary Governor for remaining steadfast and committed to his electioneering promises despite the economic hardship confronted by the state.
“But for the passionate vision and mission of Ogbeni Aregbesola, Osun with its meager income cannot execute projects of current magnitude.
“Osun State Civil Servants, artisans and youths must be applauded for their sacrifices, their tolerance and understanding remains indelible in our history.
“ I equally appreciate my good people of Ife/Ijesa for their relentless support and the confidence they always repose in me in discharging my legislative and political assignments”, Omoworare said.
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