By Niyi Olutunde, Akure
As 2019 general elections hot up, some youths under the aegis of Concerned Ondo North Youth (CONY) has demonstrated their support for the second term in office of President Muhammadu Buhari and the Senator representing Ondo North District, Professor Ajayi Boroffice.
The youths who converged in Akure, Ondo state capital on Monday passed vote of confidence in the two All Progressives Party (APC) stalwarts, seeking another term in office for what they described as their “excellent performances”.
Addressing journalists after their political roadshow where some market women, civil servants and students participated, leader of the group, Comrade Olusuyi Ajayi eulogised Buhari and Boroffice.
Ajayi said their resolve to support Boroffice for third term was based on his outstanding performances and his unflinching support for President Buhari’s administration.
He however promised to replicate the meeting in each of the six local government areas of Ondo North before the APC Senatorial primary election.
The Ondo North Youths noted that Buhari as President had lifted the country in all forms within the last three years in office, while Boroffice, with his visible achievements should be allowed to consolidate the ‘enviable works’.
CONY members contended that Boroffice’s proactive representation had resulted in construction of Emergency Obstetrics Hospital, Skill Acquisition Centers, Bio fuel Ethanol Plant, provision of potable water in the six local governments, interest free-loan to women and youth and especially the assistance rendered by the lawmaker in securing federal appointments for the graduates across the six local governments among others.
The group also hailed Buhari’s administration for its anti- graft crusade, stressing that the country would have collapsed if the President had lost the 2015 Presidential election urging the Minister of Works, Power and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, to urgently bail the people out of the deplorable Owo-Ikare, Akungba -Isua, and Ipele-Kabba roads which according to them had almost become impassable.
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