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As race for the October 10, 2020 governorship election, the first Son of the first Civilian Governor of Ondo State, Mr Tokunbo Ajasin has endorsed the second term project of Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu despite the fact that his sister,Mrs Jumoke Ajasin-Anifowoshe, is also showing interest in the governorship seat under the same All Progressives Congress (APC)
Tokunbo who spoke today at the Gani Fawehinmi Arcade in Akure at the inauguration and presentation of vehicles to Ibi-Giga Ambassadors Constituency Coordinators performed by Akeredolu.
Ibi-Giga Ambassadors convened by Chief (Dr) Alex Oluremi Ajipe is one of the leading political groups drumming support for Akeredolu’s second term.
The Ajasin’s son who is currently representing Ondo State in the board of the Revenue, Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC), said the governor deserved reelection based on his administration’s performance in the last three and half years.
Ajasin was also with the Governor at the Government House, Alagbaka, Akure, where lawmakers and support groups that obtained expression of interest and nomination forms came to present them to the Governor.
He said the leadership acumen of the Governor has changed the narrative where people believe that those seeking political office must be the one to dole out money all the time.
Ajasin lauded the gestures of the lawmakers, the various support groups and the Ibi Giga Ambassadors for purchasing the expression of interest and nomination forms and procuring campaign vehicles for the second term bid of the Governor.
He said: “I’m very impressed with your leadership. You have made a good example. By the Grace of God , Akeredolu will be victorious in the coming elections.”