Group urges Senator Boroffice to re-contest in 2023 over satisfactory performance

December 9, 2021

1.7 min readCategories: Politics

Satisfied with the performance of the Senator representing Ondo North District, Prof.Ajayi Boroffice, a group “G-30,000 Youth for Positive Change” has urged the Deputy Senate Leader, Prof.Ajayi Boroffice to re-contest for the fourth term in the Upper Chamber.

The group in a communique signed by its President, Comrade Olaniyi Olorunfemi, and General Secretary, Oluyinka Ibitoye after its emergency meeting pledged the readiness of all members to buy nomination form for the ranking Senator to re-contest for the APC senatorial primary next year.

It noted that a committee had earlier been set up to visit all the sites of Boroffice’s constituency projects and submitted the report with 100 percent satisfaction capturing all transformation agenda.

The group noted that the multi-million Skills Acquisition Centre constructed by the federal lawmaker in Oka-Akoko, Ikare-Akoko, Ifon, and Ikaram-Akoko would create over 150,000 jobs annually for the Youths in the Senatorial District.

According to the group”Boroffice has brought unprecedented development to Ondo North with various visible projects and infrastructures.

” Some of the Projects listed include construction of eight classrooms in over 20 Primary Schools and 15 Secondary Schools, Construction of Atmosphere Science Centre at Adekunle Ajasin University and distribution of N50,000 to 240 Students of the Institution.

Besides, the group noted that the Senator singlehandedly facilitated Six different Agencies to Ondo North and constructed Hospitals in Oka-Akoko which is now serving as an Annex to Federal Medical Centre, Owo apart from those at Supare, Irun, and Arigidi-Akoko.

The Communique reads” We are so glad that the Asiwaju of Akoko land constructed Solar Powered Boreholes and Street lights in nearly all the towns in Ondo North District.

” He further lifted over 1,0000 people out of extreme poverty in the district, through free interest loan to Women and Youth among several other laudable projects”.

The group enjoined all notable associations, students, artisans, civil servants, NURTW, political appointees, road transport unions, and others to join them in prevailing on the lawmaker to go for the fourth time to further consolidate on his achievements.

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