ADO-EKITI – Funminiyi Afuye, former leader of the Ekiti State House of Assembly, has charged newly appointed officials and elected members of state and National Assemblies to brace up for herculean task of rebuilding Ekiti.
Afuye, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), who had just been reelected into the state Assembly noted the task was achievable,if only they are ready to make sacrifices .
He expressed confidence in the ability of individual member of the cabinet as well as elected legislators, describing them as men and women of proven integrity.
Afuye, an elected member representing Ikere State Constituency 1, hinted that the state would witness accelerated growth and development under the new crop of leadership.
He enjoined his colleagues to work for the survival of democratic governance and accord the interest of the masses the priority it deserved.
The House of Assembly member-elect who was a member of the 3th Assembly in the state during which time he was the majority leader of the Ekiti State House of Assembly, promised that the next House of Assembly would be more productive to the benefit of the masses.
“With the caliber of people and personalities that are going to resume by June at the state House of Asembly this year, of which I am one of them, Ekiti values will be restored and the much expected dividends of democracy will be delivered to the masses in the state.”
Afuye, however, encouraged those given the opportunity to serve to justify the confidence reposed in them by ensuring quality and adequate representations as well as affect the lives of the Masses positively.
The member of the House of Assembly elect called for people’s support by being peaceful, law abiding, ensuring their civic responsibility and prayerful for economic and development attainment, adding that “we all have roles to play, for if each of us plays our part selflessly, the Ekiti State of our dream is achievable earlier than expected.”
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