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By: Ade Adeleke
As the world celebrates workers’ day, also known as “May Day”,
a governorship aspirant under the People’s Democratic Party (PDP)
in Ondo state, Hon. (Dr) Bode Ayorinde has rolled out some of his vision to industrialise the state if given chance to lead the state.
The former Federal lawmaker also assured workers in the state
that if voted in as governor he would prioritise their welfare, noting that the state workforce deserves better packages.
Ayorinde who spoke through his Senior Media Aide, Olusegun Adebumiti, noted that only a well motivated workforce can assist his administration to achieve his Industrialisation agenda for the Sunshine State.
Dr Ayorinde who is the founder of Achievers University, Owo enjoined
the state workers to be dedicated and resilient as he intends to
run an all inclusive government with the work force taking the frontburner.
The legal practitioner who is contesting under the “Hope Alive 2020” slogan urged the state workers to be hopeful as better days lie ahead if he emerged the PDP guber candidate and eventually become the state governor.
On April 5th, 2020, Dr Ayorinde declared his ambition to govern the state under the PDP.
In his declaration speech, he assured the people of the state that industrialisation would be prioritised, promising to establish six industrial estates in the State, two in each Senatorial District in order to create jobs and wealth for the good people of Ondo State.
Dr Ayorinde added that he would revisit the Ifon Ceramic Industry, Oluwa Glass, Ayesan Oil Palm, Ondo state Printing Press among other moribund industries across the State.