Indigenes of Igala in Kogi State resident in Ondo State, under the umbrella of Igala Cultural Development Association (ICDA), have pledged their support for the second term ambition of Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, (SAN).
The ICDA, led by its Chairman, Alhaji Abdul Adamu, said they were happy to identify with the governor and also congratulate him on his meaningful and purposeful programmes.
The group described the programmes embarked upon by the Akeredolu administration as people-oriented and geared towards peace, development and progress of the people of the state.
The group spoke during a courtesy visit to the Governor’s Office, Alagbaka, Akure, the state capital.
Akeredolu thanked the group for its support, while thanking the people for their support in the 2016 election.
The governor also appreciated the roles of the Igala people in the growth of the state, adding that their farming are adding value to the economy of the state.
He urged them to continue to live peacefully with the people.
In a similar development, several groups have declared their support for Akeredolu.
The groups, who came together to collapse their structures under one body, said their decision to support the governor for a second term was as a result of the unprecedented achievements recorded by his administration in less than three years.
Speaking on behalf of the groups, Prof. Olu Aboluwoye, said all the groups are determined to work for the success of the governor in the election.
According to him, there is a need for Akeredolu to win a second term to ensure the completion of all the projects being undertaken by his administration.