Diaspora Group Urges Fayose To Support South-West economic IntegrationFeatured, Latest News Friday, July 11th, 2014
A group of Nigerians in Diaspora, Nigerian Moral Democratic Awareness Council (NMDAC) has urged Governor-Elect of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose to support economic integration of the southwest.
This was contained in a congratulatory message signed by its Chairman, Mr Ayodele Samuel and made available to African Examiner on Thursday.
The group in the statement encouraged the in-coming administration “to work with the rest of the southwest governors for the economic integration and social liberation of the zone.”
The group also called on Mr Fayose to embark on people oriented programmes that will bring dividends of democracy to Ekiti people.
Ayodele assured the governor elect of the readiness of the group to support his administration in bringing meaningful developments to the state.
“We want to let the governor-elect know that his second coming is a rare opportunity and chance that could only be made possible by God.
“He must therefore demonstrate utmost maturity and invaluable wisdom with non pursuit of vengeance in dealing with the people.
“He is enjoined to exhibit the fear of God by upholding equity and justice in the way he handles the business of state since that is the only way he can guarantee a peaceful and prosperous Ekiti state in this second coming.
“He must always remember not to betray the confidence the ordinary Ekiti people have in him by massively electing him into office.
“As he is getting ready to assume work in October, we in the Nigerian Moral Democratic Awareness Council, USA want to assure him of our commitment to support programs and policies designed for the welfare, development and progress of the people of Ekiti State.
“We hope that the new administration will usher in a purposeful governance that will give dividends of democracy to the teaming masses of Ekiti.
“We want to thank all Ekiti at home for showing a good example to others that we can ensure a free and fair election that is devoid of violence and bloodletting.” He stated.
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