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“I call the governor ,”Omoluabi”. I have known him since he started serving as one of the aides to the first executive governor of Ekiti State . He is a genuinely nice person and continues to be so. I particularly respect and appreciate his ability to unite everyone in Ekiti State for the progress and unity of our state. Without unity, there can be no peace, and without peace, there can be no progress. I want to express my gratitude to the governor.

“The Governor needs our support in many ways. Personally, I will continue to support him. Whether you are a civil servant or a politician, let’s rally around and support the governor. If you notice that he isn’t performing well in some areas, It is not for you to go to the pages of newspapers to criticize him , communicate your concerns to him privately, as an Omoluabi, he will listen to you.”

~ Senator Dayo Adeyeye

“I want to thank our governor for graciously facilitating this engagement. I actually just left the Federal Executive Council meeting to be here because this is one of most important events to me”

~ Dr. Dele Alake,
Minister of Solid Minerals Development

“There can not be a better way of identifying with what is going on in Ekiti than be part of a forum like this . I will suggest very strongly that His Excellency will ensure that a committee , drawn from the stakeholders , is set up at the end of this meeting to work with the Governor through the Ministry of Special Duties to organize this meeting from time to time .“

~ Senate Leader, Sen. Opeyemi Bamidele

“The Governor earned my respect with his proactive moves , especially in tackling insecurity. The late Kabiesi Elesun was my friend. When the two Obas were killed and some students in Emure Kidnapped , the Governor swung into action to stem it down and within a short period , we started seeing some improvement .”

~Mr Kolawole,
an Ekiti in Abuja

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