2023: Igede women resident in Oyo organise thanksgiving service for Makinde’s re-election bid

A social-cultural group from Benue State residing in the Oyo state, Igede women has organized a day thanksgiving and prayer for the re-election of governor Seyi makinde in his bid to be victorious at the 2023 general elections.

The event which was held in collaboration with the office of the Special assistance to governor makinde on Inter-faith.

While addressing Journalists, governor Seyi Makinde, ably represented by the Special assistance to the governor on Community relations, Hon. Olufemi Josiah said that the present administration is ready to reactivate the empowerment of the farmers among the ethnic group to sustain food security in the state.

He urged the Igede women to ensure they sensitize and educate their people in providing their information needed by government to get them the empowerment and promised not to leak their information out.

Governor makinde assured the Igede ethnic group living in the state that with remaining day left for the present administration, it will deliver what is due for them.

He pleaded that the group should not give up their hope in the present government.

In her remark, Omi-NY’Igede Oyo state, women leader, Mary Okiri said that the meeting was imperative because the group are been encouraged by the performance of the present administration which has led them to organize a day prayers and thanksgiving for the government.

She admonished all the people of Igede living in the state to dedicate their time in prayers and ensure they supported the second term bid of governor makinde.

Mary Okiri advised other ethnic group to get their personal voters card and vote for governance which the present government in the state has given to the people of the state.

In his goodwill message, The special assistance to governor makinde on Inter-faith affairs, Reverend Olufemi Ibikunle urged all the ethnic group in the state to emulate the actions people of Igede to support the re-election of governor Seyi makinde in the state.

He advised all the ethnic groups in the state to ensure they live in peace and harmony with each other in order to enjoy the unprecedented dividend of democracy the present government promised the people.

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