Grassroots Politician and House of Representatives hopeful in Okitipupa/Irele Federal Constituency, Dr. Olumuyiwa Daramola has felicitated with the Chairman of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Ondo State, Engr. Ade Adetimehin on yet another birthday today 3rd October, 2021.
Daramola who spoke through his media office described the birthday “boy” as a true progressive and master strategist who has dominated the Ondo State’s political space in the last four years or so.
He agrees in totality with many other analysts and opinion leaders in the state and the country that Adetimehin is one unique politician with imposing features, strides and achievements.
According to him, “The APC in Ondo State is blessed to have the calibre of person of Engr. Ade Adetimehin as our Chairman. He is a man of magnificent manysidedness: a thorough-bred professional, political guru, astute businessman, opinion leader, he has carefully handled the affairs of the party in Ondo State these last four years”.
The foremost philanthropist and Founder of Olumuyiwa Daramola Foundation (OAF) notes that Adetimehin has on record as the first and only Chairman who has produced two governors in the state. He also notes that his doggedness, ability to stoop in order to conquer, having started from the AC to the ACN, and from there to the APC, are some rare qualities that has brought him this far.
Daramola is full of encomium for the Ondo State party leader who never gave up and who has always been persistent to the course of the progressives, even as he insisted that Ondo State needed a true and participatory democracy that we are witnessing today.
“I am not surprised therefore that on the occasion of the second term inauguration of our amiable Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu (SAN), he was described by Mr. Governor as a super hero of Ondo politics”, remarked Daramola who sends his congratulations to the APC Chair on this milestone, even as he wishes him the best of success in the years ahead.
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