Member of House Representatives representing Irepo, Oorelope , and Olorunsogo constituency, Honourable Bosun Oladele has said that the leadership crisis that rocked the 8th National Assembly since inception was in the best interest of the country.
Hon. Oladele, who made the declaration at the awards presentation of the Correspondents Chapel of Oyo State Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, held at Premier Hotel in Ibadan in commemoration of 2015 annual press week further said the National Assembly is making progress in its primary responsibility.
He noted that “although the crisis served as a major setback, especially in the area of discharging our duties as legislators but we acted in the interest of the country.
‘’When I said we, I mean those of us that we believe that the leadership of the two houses must be elected as directed by the leaders of All Progressive Party, APC.”
The APC leader was of the opinion that those that will lead the National Assembly must be from the APC so that they will be able to back the ruling party and be the change agents being championed by President Muhammadu Buhari .
Apart from Hon. Bosun Oladele, other recipients of Oyo Correspondents’ Chapel award included Evangelist Kolawole Olakanmi the Senior Shepherd of the Cherubim and Seraphim Onala parish in Ibadan and Lt Col. Yakubu Anifowoshe (rtd).
Chairman of the occasion and the Osi Olubadan of Ibadanland, High Chief Lekan Balogun commended the correspondents’ chapel of Oyo NUJ for the programme.
Senator Balogun used the opportunity to appeal to political office holders to fulfil their electioneering promises to the electorate.
“Today, things are so tough in the country. You that we elected must deliver in your campaign promises to reduce the effects. Also, we must all support President Buhari’s anti-corruption crusade for us to be able to secure better future for our children.”

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