Senator Ademola Adeleke, Governor of Osun State, has revealed his administration’s plans to start palliatives to mitigate the impact of subsidy removal, stating his administration’s preparedness to make life easier for Osun residents.
This was stated in a statement released by the Governor’s spokesperson, Mallam Olawale Rasheed, and acquired by newsmen on Friday in Osogbo, the Osun State capital.
Former Governor Olagunsoye Oyinlola and other party stakeholders praised the Governor for his strong performance and delivery of good government over the last seven months, according to the release.
The Governor made the remark at a stakeholder meeting of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Friday at the party’s office in Osogbo, emphasizing his determination to lead a government that puts smiles on people’s faces.
Governor Adeleke, who thanked PDP leaders for their support since taking office, stated that his administration has been working in accordance with “our election promises and the agenda of the party.”
Gov Adeleke said the PDP-led government in the state has achieved what the APC failed to do in seven months while describing projects and interventions implemented so far in health, education, and public infrastructure restoration.
“We are implementing programs and projects in education, health, and infrastructure that the APC could not achieve in four years,” he declared at the meeting.
“We have positioned the government, built roads, bridges, and channelization.” We have started paying off our salary and pension debt.
“The Osun digital economy agenda has been launched by your (PDP) government.” Projects that have been abandoned are being completed. “Your government is breaking old governance records in such a short period of time,” he said.
In response to the reduction of gasoline subsidies, Governor Adeleke stated, “We (the Osun Government) will soon introduce public transportation buses.” We are adjusting our work hours and days. We wish to make our people’s lives easier and more enjoyable.”
Governor Adeleke went on to promise party leaders and members that he will lead an inclusive government that will not leave anyone behind, saying, “We will all be accommodated.” We shall be fair to everyone.”
“I am grateful for your help both then and now.” This is your administration. “We will all see the fruits of our labor,” he promised.