OWU DAY 2021: GOV ABIODUN APPRECIATES THE OWU PEOPLE FOR STANDING UP FOR TRUTH, FAIRNESS, JUSTICE

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… promised to discharge the mandate given to him by the people

By Olamilekan Jaji

The governor of Ogun state, Prince Dapo Abiodun have appreciated the people of Owu Kingdom in Abeokuta for their support and standing on the side of truth, fairness and justice during the last general election.

Prince Abiodun made this known today during 2021 Owu Day celebration in Abeokuta the state capital.

He said that he would discharge the mandate given to him by the people and always be guided by the fear of God, to ensure a free, fair, and just society that promotes equity, fairness, and justice to all.

The governor congratulated the Olowu of Owu Kingdom, Oba Olusanya Adegboyega Dosunmu, former President Olusegun Obasanjo who is the Balogun of Owu, Council of Chiefs; and, sons and daughters of Owu Kingdom on the celebration of Odun Omo Olowu.

Prince Abiodun, who described the annual festival as an attestation to the economic, historical and spiritual antecedents of the Owu people, lauded the planning committee of Odun Omo Olowu, which according to him has helped immensely in projecting the rich cultural values and norms of the Owu people and by extension, Ogun State as a whole.

He added that,”It is a festival that helps to remind Owu people of their origin, as an essential component for stimulating communal understanding, love and unity and for augmenting steady progress, peace and development of the larger Community.
“This edition is particularly important because of the theme ‘Prosperity’; this fits very well into Our Building Our Future Together Agenda.
The clear vision of our government is to give Ogun State focused and qualitative governance and to create the enabling environment for a public private sector partnership, which we consider fundamental to the creation of an enduring economic development and individual prosperity of the people of Ogun state.”

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