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2021 Is A Year Of Hope And Fresh Possibilities- Omooba Babayemi



Omooba Dotun Babayemi

As the New year 2021 is being ushered in,a Gbongan born prince,Omooba Dotun Babayemi has raised hope in a better Nigeria with fresh possibilities.

He expressed this in his New year message to the people of Osun West Senatorial District in particular,Osun State in general and Nigeria as a whole.

Omooba Babayemi who described the year 2020 as challenging and historic,called on individuals to forget the past and move forward with thanksgivings to their creator.

The ace politician opined that the New year will bring joy, happiness and economic boom but implored individuals to be moderate and conscious of their health.

According to him,”when there is life,there is hope.We must all be aware that Covid 19 is real and guard ourselves against it”.

Omooba Babayemi who berates the act of banditry, kidnapping and terrorism that ravaged year 2020 called on government at all levels to brace up to the challenges of getting the country secured in the New year.

The security expert cum politician advised individuals to be hopeful in a better Nigeria where things would work out as expected just as he expressed the need to be prayerful and patriotic.

According to him “I want to use this opportunity to say a big thank you and a happy New year to the people of Osun West Senatorial District and Osun State in general. I appreciate your support and love over time.

We look forward to a year in which Osun West Senatorial District and Osun State PDP will be at the centre of attention in the state and Nigeria as a whole.

“I know that the challenges we face now we will overcome them as one family and a people.

“It is my deepest conviction that there are better days ahead of us. As such, we must be resolute in our quest for good governance and all inclusive development.”

While wishing all a prosperous New year,Omooba Babayemi urged well to do people to spare a thought for the less privileged and prayed God to bring better days back to Nigeria.