The state will witness more developmental projects in the second term of the Akeredolu administration.

 Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, who made the pledge at the prayer meeting of the first working day of the year with public servants and the political class in his office,  promised to expand the frontiers of his administration.

“In spite of the economic challenges, we are resolute to creating and expanding infrastructures across the nook and cranny of the State. We are putting in place an industrial base that has been acknowledged nationally and also rejuvenating the educational and health institutions, as well as empowering the vulnerable, among other efforts.

The Governor disclosed that despite losing five staff, his administration resolved to hold the prayer session to show the devil that he cannot win.

He thanked God for the smooth conduct of the last gubernatorial election despite all predictions, “In a similar vein, God also in His infinite mercies led us peacefully through the conduct of the 2020 Gubernatorial Election in the State. Looking back, we have every cause to thank God.”

He urged all public servants to continue to render their statutory services and diligently as his administration has ensured prompt promotion and general workers’ welfare.

“Do not expect anything less! ? I must, however, reiterate that the dictates of the current realities call for sacrifice. As a people, we should be prepared to continually bear the sacrifices of our home-grown efforts to generate resources for the overall development of our dear State.


Efforts being put in place to control the dreaded Coronavirus pandemic in the state will be sustained, using various strategies and deploying available resources.

Governor Rotimi Akeredolu,  while stating with confidence the resolve of his government to put an end to the disease in the state, said, “We will continue to sustain our efforts at containing the new wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic “.

 He also touched  on insecurity which has degenerated to unacceptable levels, noting that everything legal would be done to reverse the ugly trend, ” We will  rise up to the prevailing security challenges, facing us.”

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