Ondo Women Cast Over 60% Votes For Akeredolu For Better Patronage, Says Williams-Adeyefa
A chieftain of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ifedore local government area of Ondo State, Mrs. Oyinkansola Williams-Adeyefa has assured womenfolk in the state of better deals and government patronage during the second tenure of Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu (SAN) as from February 24, 2021.
Mrs. Williams-Adeyefa, who served as secretary of Women Mobilisation Committee of Akeredolu/Aiyedatiwa Campaign Council noted that women across the eighteen council areas of State contributed over 60% of total votes cast for Governor Akeredolu in the just concluded election.
While congratulating Governor Akeredolu for his victory at the poll on October 10, 2020, Mrs. Willaims-Adeyefa urged the winner to be magnanimous in victory by embracing and work with every sector and all manner of people in the state in order to achieve better results in the next four years.
Her words; “I need to use this medium and this very occasion of celebration of your massive win and victory at the poll to seek your express approval, Your Excellency, for a 40% allocation reserved for women in your next cabinet as a pay back to the unalloyed support and massive votes contributed to your victory by women in the state.
“We (women) promise to keep supporting and stand solidly behind your administration, as we hope and believe you will continue to carry us along and increase our participation in government activities and programmes to ensure you succeed even much more than you did in the first term.
“I join the rest of womenfolk in the state to congratulate you and Her Excellency, Mrs. Betty Anyanwu-Akeredolu on this well deserved victory at the poll, as we wish you more wisdom, understanding and good health to pilot the affairs of our Sunshine State to an enviable height for the next four years.
“The women of this state had resolved to continue to give their support and loyalty to the government and the good works of our mother, the first lady, Mrs. Anyanwu- Akeredolu such as BRECAN, BEMORE and FOWOSO for more success and women impactful programmes in the next four years’.