I won’t stop working until midnight of May 28 when my tenure expires – Gov Amosun 

 

ABEOKUTA – The Ogun State governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun has said he will not relent towards working for the development of Ogun -State pledging that he work tirelessly till the midnight May 28 before his tenure expires on 29.

He disclosed this known during a world press briefing on the unveiling of African Drum Fe with the theme: DRUMING FOR THE FUTURE at Mitros hall, Ibara Housing Estate, Okelewo, Abeokuta.

The governor also maintained that the unveiling  of the 2019 4th African Drum festival is par his promises that he promised to fulfil before tenure expires on may 29, adding that he will work tirelessly to make a Ogun State standard among all the 36 States.

”They thought the result of the governorship election will draw me back from working, the believed I will not fulfill all my promises but shock them that am going to work till the midnight of may 28 before my tenure expire may 29”.

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”I want to assure everybody that this year’s Festival will be bigger and better, we are partnerring with 26 States across the federal and some countries outside Nigeria will us a the 2019 festival”.

”When we started this festival in 2016, they thought we will not be able to continue, but thank God this is the fourth edition, no administration has been able to achieve this.

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The governor also noted that the significance of Drums in people’s lives can not be undermined.

”There is no one who can deny that drums not brought orderliness into his or her lives.

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