*I WILL MAKE ONDO A BEFITTING CITY* —- SOLA EBISENI
In continuation of his engagement with delegates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the primaries of the party towards the forthcoming Ondo State governorship election, the leading gubernatorial aspirant of the party, Chief Olusola Nehemiah Ebiseni, has promised to enhance the development of Ondo town as a fast growing city.
Addressing the delegates of the Ondo East and West Local Governments, Ebiseni noted that the people of Ondo were among the most advanced sub-tribal groups in Africa with the strongest community spirit for development. He praised the people for their commitment to the development of the ancient city which ranks it as one of the most developed towns in Nigeria despite not being a State capital.
Ebiseni noted that with 2 Universities and a first generation College of Education with university status and a veritable commercial nerve centre and promised to give priority to the construction and rehabilitation of internal roads to enhance the fast growing status of the city.
The three times Commissioner noted that he was also a member of the cabinet of Governor Olusegun Mimiko when the University of Medical Sciences was established in the city as the first of its kind in Nigeria and promised to make the institution a centre of both academic and medical excellence. He promised government support for the popular annual celebration of the Ekimogun Day as a cultural tourist attraction.
Ebiseni assured the youths of empowerment especially through Information and Communication Technology and promised the women of equal participation in his government.
Responding on behalf of the party, Chief Segun Adegoke, a leader and member of the Board of Trustees of the party, described Ebiseni as a most cerebral and experienced politician who have served the state in several capacities with unimpeachable integrity. He recalled that Ebiseni, with whom he is also a member of the Afenifere Socio-Political Organisation, gave the Yoruba land a proud representation at the 2014 National Conference and urged the delegates to support him.