Service to Humanity is a Divine Call – Adebutu
…Replaces Old Transformer at Mechanic Village, Sagamu
The Ogun State 2019 Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, gubernatorial candidate, Hon (Dr) Oladipupo Adebutu, has premised his desire to govern Ogun State on the genuineness of heart to serve the people truthfully saying, for him, “service to humanity is a divine call and I bring to the table a government of compassion for all”.
He stated this on February 6, 2019 during an interactive meeting with the 75-member Ogun State Council of Baales, Sagamu Branch, 133-member Christian Association of Nigeria, League of Imams and Alfas and several groups of Non-indegenes in Sagamu. The meeting was part of the scheduled programs for the PDP Ward to Ward campaign in Sagamu. Local Government.
While addressing the eminent personalities and communities leaders, Adebutu disclosed that his agenda for a greater Ogun State bothered on all facets of human development which included education, agriculture, healthcare, security, employment and infrastructural development.
Revealing his plans to open up linkage roads and bridges to Lagos State spread across the gateway state, the front line guber candidate said it was high time Ogun State had its own agro-cargo airport and seaport which according to him, would transform drastically the socio-economy of the state.
The Chairman, Council of Baales, High Chief Biodun Obasanya, Chairman, CAN, Pastor Malato Emitayo and the Chairman of the League Imams of Alfas, appreciated Adebutu’s humanitarian gestures and pledged their support for his candidacy.
For the non indigenes, Ladi Adebutu is the Mr Solution of Ogun State. They said Adebutu had been their long time friend who always responded to their needs at all times, as such, its pay back time for them. Waziri Alhaji Rufai Ibrahim, Head of the Hausa Community, Eze Gilbert Osuegbe, Eze Ndigbo, Sagamu, Alhaji Ahmodu Abdullahi, Head of Tapa Community, Genesis Onu, Head of the Igede Community and Mrs Katherine Bulus, Head of the Plateau Community pledged the support of their people for Adebutu.
A major highlight was the donation of 500KVA transformer to the Mechanic Village, Makun, Sagamu, by Hon Adebutu. Hon Gbenga Oladipupo, Chairman of the National Artisans & Technicians Association, NATA, expressed his gratitude to Hon Ladi for his intervention. He stated that the new transformer would boost their manpower and jump-start the economic life of the area.
Thereafter, the campaign train moved to Oriyanrin rally ground where Adebutu charged party faithfuls to remain steadfast and work assiduously for the victory of the party on February 16 and March 2, 2019.
Credit: Adedeji Babington-Ashaye, a member of Ladi Adebutu Democratic Organisation (LADO).