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Abuja – Legacy Foundation (MBLF), has lauded the efforts of Sen. Bukola , Gov. Abdulfatai Ahmed and Alhaji Lai Muhammed for their selfless leadership role during the general elections in .
Mr Bode Towoju, the Coordinator of MBLF, Central and a chieftain of the All Progressive (APC) said this in a statement made available the News Agency of (NAN) on Thursday in Abuja.
He said that the selflessness displayed by the trio in the build up the elections in the state saved the party from defeat, adding that such the hallmark of good leaders.
Towoju said that able deliver 100 per cent for the APC because all the knotty issues that could have caused division in the party were handled with maturity by the leaders.
According to him, this gesture alone has made party members to show unalloyed commitment to the growth and stability of the party.
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He said that the party should work hard to ensure that it delivered the true dividends of democracy to the people, adding that this would encourage the people to believe in the party.
Towoju urged the governor to endeavour to enabling in the state for to thrive, saying it would help the state increase its internally generated . He said that in spite of threat by the opposition party to capture the state from the APC, the leadership worked together to deliver the state for the party.
“If the leaders had worked at cross purpose because of personal ambition or infighting, the party will have suffered defeat from the opposition, who are already praying for the polarisation of the APC,” he said.
He also commended the people of his ward in Ayedun Oke-ero LGA, of Kwara State for voting the APC, adding that it the only ward in the state that delivered for the APC.
Towoju said that this was because the governorship candidate of the PDP, Mr Simon Ajibola was from the LGA; adding that the people of Ayedun therefore chose to vote for APC because of their desire for change. (NAN)