Ex Governor of Oyo State, Sen. Abiola Ajimobi has asked for sacrifice from the leaders and citizens to ensure the development of Nigeria.
He disclosed this briefly after being honoured by the Catholic Archdiocese of Ibadan on Sunday.
Ajimobi was one of those who bagged meritorious award at a ceremony held at St. Mary’s Cathedral, Oke Padre in Ibadan.
His words, “I think it is good for us to work for the development of this country. We must all make sacrifice so that this country can move forward.”
On how current governor, Seyi Makinde has performed in 100 days, “It is too early for me to assess him. I was there for eight years. We should give the man the chance to do his job. I know that he has, at least, four years out of which he has just spent three months. It is too early.”
“Yes, I have done eight years of talking. Now, it is time for me to maintain silence and allow the man to do his job.”
“I feel highly elated. I feel happy, especially when you are being honoured by the people who you had once served and the people of God. When you are recognised by clerics, I mean, men of God, it is the best honour you can get.”
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