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Ondo State Chairman of All Progressives Congress,
APC, Mr. Ade Adetimehin, has called on all members of
the party to unite together in other to sustain continuity
in the state.
Adetimehin gave the advice on Thursday, during a
media meeting with journalist in Akure, the Ondo state
capital.
The chairman, who explained that what the present
government had done in the last two years was more
than the previous government in terms of road network,
industrialisation and many other things ,said people
must allow continuity to reign for better developmental
across the state
"As a chairman and I am not speaking on behalf of
anybody or talking about individual candidate but am
talking as cooperate, if APC can continue the state will
move faster in term of development.
"Adefarati has a program to industrialise Ore in Odigbo
Local Government area, he want to place Ore as a
market hub for the entire south west but along the line
the government was change that is the end of the
project.
"Agagu came on board with another beautiful idea,
Olokola free trade zone shortly when left that ends that

regime and Mimiko came on board instead to continue
with that, again he started with his own mega schools
and mega market.
"And this present government has embarked on road
networks and more than seven industries have been
established in the state especially in Ore by the present
government.
"I believe that if all the industries started work fully
people will value us more than the way they look at us. If
it is well sustained, I believed Ondo state will not only
rely on allocation that comes from federal government
monthly.
"Governance is continuous but the people playing the
game didn't believed in it all they believed is that what
can l do to benefit my own selfish interest but the
cooperate interest is bigger than individual interest," he
said.
Adetimehin, who said that APC in the state were one
family urged party leaders to come together and solve
all the problems internally.
He therefore, appealed to journalists in the state not to
allow themselves to be used by any politician in other to
cause problem in the state.
"I knew the role journalist played in the society and I
value you, it will pay us to work together for the
development of our dear state because you in the
position to proclaim our potential to the world," he said.

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