Nigerians would soon begin to reap the gains of the pledged ‘renewed hope’, which they voted for earlier in the year, Ondo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has assured.
State Chairman of the chapter, Engr. Ade Adetimehin, in his goodwill message on Democracy Day, further assured the State that the pains which trail the removal of fuel subsidy would soon disappear.
Ondo APC urged citizens to exercise patience, with the unwavering hope that the decisions taken thus far by the APC-led Federal Government are for a health economy in the best interest of the citizenry.
The party argues that most decisions that would ultimately be beneficial usually present unpleasant and unfriendly dispositions, adding that “such tough phases never endure, but the sweet gains do.”
Adetimehin said: “I have no doubt that the economy will soon improve to the admiration and benefits of all Nigerians. We only need to be patient.”
The party celebrated with Nigerians and all lovers of democratic government, urging them to sustain the system.
Ondo APC recalled some notable Nigerians offered so much, including their lives, for the enthroned democracy, saying the sacrifices should be cherished at all times. The best way to do this, he contended, is to keep immortalising their names.
The APC chieftain commended the State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, CON, for renaming the popular Democracy Park in Akure after the symbol of June 12 struggle, the late Moshood Kashinmawo Olawale Abiola.