The promoter of Aderosoye Supporting Movement for Aketi, Prince Emmanuel Aderosoye Fadola, is sure that Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, will win the fast-approaching Ondo State governorship election.
Prince Aderosoye is of the strong belief that all the projects executed by Arakunrin Akeredolu since he assumed power in 2017 are enough proof that the governor is a forward-looking leader.
The Ilara-Mokin born businessman, who has visited some of the projects sites across the three senatorial districts of Ondo State, could not hide his conviction that Arakunrin Akeredolu would win the election.
This is contained in a statement by his media adviser Adekunle Adewumi, made available to newsmen in Akure.
While agreeing that Arakunrin Akeredolu truly deserves the tilted: “The Atuluse-General” given to him by the peaceful people of Ifedore Local Government Area, Prince Aderosoye expresses the belief that the industrialisation efforts of the governor will kill poverty and create sustainable wealth in Ondo State.
He is particularly happy that the facilitation of no fewer than six companies to Ore Industrial hub in Odigbo Local Government Area and the promise to bring more investments to Ondo State by Arakunrin Akeredolu will, no doubt, change the status of the state from a civil service state to an industrialised one.
According to the businessman, the flagging off of the construction of Sunshine Food Processing Company at Emure-Ile in Owo Local Government Area on Friday with the intention of providing jobs for about 10,000 youths of the state deserves commendation.
As a result of the the impactful projects executed by the government of Arakunrin Akeredolu in the last three years, Aderosoye will continue to join other pro-4+4 =8 groups to mobilise sound and effective support for the governor to ensure his victory on October 10.
Aderosoye is, therefore, glad to announce to the opposition that the crowd of the All Progressives Congress (APC) supporters, including those of Ifedore, that have been coming out to welcome Arakunrin Akeredolu in the ongoing campaign rallies is a proof that the re-election of the Performing Mr. Talk and Do is not negotiable.