Governor Amosun Pledges Continuous Promotion Of June 12 Symbol

 
Late
chief Moshood Kashimawo Abiola as the acclaimed winner of the annulled June 12
presidential election has been described as a political hero and nationalist
per excellence at least for submitting his life to the survival of the country.
The Ogun
State Deputy Governor Chief (Mrs.) Yetunde Onanuga stated this at the take off
point of the commemorative walk organised by the state government to mark this
year’s annual remembrance of June 12 presidential election in Nigeria.

Mrs
Onanuga who was accompanied by the Secretary to the State Government, Barrister
Taiwo Adeoluwa and other Government functionaries late Abiola deserved to be
remembered being the first Nigerian to be voted for by millions of Nigerians
regardless of ethnic and religious differences in the political anal of the
country.
 
According
to the Deputy Governor, the State Government and the entire citizens of Ogun as
well as other Nigerians will be regarded as ingrate if the man who is regarded
as martyr of democracy is not remembered on every June 12.
She added that the current administration in the
State will continue to honour him and his family for the legacies of
selflessness, fairness and impartiality and patriotism he demonstrated as an
indication of his true nationalistic ideologies.
Speaking in like manners, the Secretary to the
State Government
 Barrister Taiwo Adeoluwa said the State
Government is organising annual remembrance of the late politician to draw the
conscience of other Nigerians
 to the memory of June 12 presidential election
which was adjudged to be the most free and fair election in the history of
country.

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