Ajimobi Advocates Trust and Support for Buhari

Senator Abiola Ajimobi
Senator Abiola Ajimobi, former Oyo state governor

Senator Ishaq Abiola Ajimobi, the former Governor of Oyo state has called on Nigerians to continuously place their trust in the administration of President Buhari. He said the Buhari led federal government team is capable of delivering the remarkable economic turn around that all Nigerians want.

Ajimobi made this call in his new year message issued by his Spokesman, Mr Bolaji Tunji. In the message, Ajimobi also charged members of the Oyo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, to embrace the spirit of true reconciliation in the interest of the Party and the people of the State.


He further stated that the PMB led administration has set the tone for the revamping of the socio-economic situation in the country. They have been doing this through policies and projects that are essential for the development of the country since the inception of the administration. He also stated that Buhari has the love of the nation at heart and he is doing everything possible to ensure her development.


Ajimobi noted in the statement, “I want to assure all Nigerians that the love of the nation burns brightly in the heart of the President and he is determined to ensure that legacies that would stand the test of time are emplaced in the country.”

He added that “we have seen some of the giant strides of the administration in areas of infrastructure especially transportation and power. Roads are being constructed across the country, rail lines are also being laid. These are ways of further opening up the economy. The administration however needs our support. As a great leader, it is about taking the people to where they ought to be and not where they want to be, it may look difficult now but we shall all smile at the end of the day.”

Ajimodi stated that although reconciliation effort has been on, since the Party’s failed attempt at retaining power in the last Governorship election, progress could only be made if party members avoid politics of bitterness and forgive one another.

He further reiterated his commitment and readiness to support the Party. He said, “Some people offended me and I offended some people too. But in the spirit of true reconciliation, we should forgive one another and allow the past to end with 2019. Let us chart a new course of love and reconciliation for ourselves and the party in 2020. All our actions and activities should be geared towards strengthening our party.”