– Akin Sokoya
Ex-governorship aspirant of Osun state, Hon. Niyi Ajetomobi popularly known as Aladamojesha, has commended the administration of Osun state governor, His Excellency, Adegboyega Oyetola and His Royal Majesty, Dr. Gabriel Adekunle Aromolaran 2, LLB(CFR) for the arrest of illegal gold minners in Osun state. He however advised the governor to seek the support of the Federal Government, for the state to take over the mining of its natural resources so as to make more money for the state.
Ajetomobi also expressed his happiness with Osun government with the new strategy it has adopted now to give appointment to deserving politicians.
While, using the party state chairman, Hon. Gboyega Famodun, and Hon. (Engr) Ajibola Famurewa, DG Ilerioluwa Ijesha, from the party for appointment to choose who deserves appointment, unlike before when the former administration hand- picked anybody without the consent of the party chairmen.
He congratulated the speaker of the Osun state House Of Assembly, Hon. Timothew Owoeye, on his one year in office, while commending his achievements and the existing relationship between the legislative and the executives in the state.
Hon. Ajetomobi however gave thumb up for the governor for reversing many things which have made the state more cumbersome in the immediate past administration, like the single school uniform, reclassification of the public schools system and the abolition of single sex schools, as the state is back to it’s constitutional name, Osun state.
He noted that the governor has done lots of works but still need to do more. He added ” I will implore the governor to do more of social amenities” .
When Giraffe Global asked Hon. Niyi Ajetomobi about his political intention in the next election in Osun state, he said his aspiration to become Osun governor still stands.
Said he ”l’m warming up to re-contest for the governor of the state as I have gotten the supports of my followers both home and in diasporas, very soon, my media promotions billboards will adorn the nook and cranny of the state.