You are a Committed Leader who has Brought Great Development to Oyo – PTS Chair, Adeleke Celebrates Makinde At 54

The Executive Chairman, Pacesetter Transport Service (PTS), Hon Dare Adeleke has congratulated Oyo State Governor, Engineer Seyi Makinde on the celebration of his 54th birthday anniversary describing him as a selfless leader who is committed to human capital and infrastructural development.

Hon Adeleke, in a congratulatory message made available to Press men, commended Makinde for his developmental strides which cuts across all nooks and crannies of the state, saying the leadership qualities exhibited by the governor has culminated into the good governance that Oyo residents are enjoying. His words:

“At 54, Governor Seyi Makinde has recorded tremendous landmark achievements through his Roadmap to Accelerated Development 2019-2023 thereby paving the way for socio-economic and political development of Oyo State.

“More so, Governor Makinde has been able to engage 10,000 youths across Oyo state meaningfully through YEAP and STEP programme thereby creating employment for themselves as well as becoming employers of labour. These accomplishments, have no doubt attested to the fact that our dear Governor has the interest of the state at heart.

“Today as Executive Governor of Oyo State there are convictions in the minds of residents and members of the PDP in Southwest zone that our democracy is truly yielding desired results. Here is a man who in many instances has demonstrated his love for the people and party above pecuniary interest and taught others to embrace same.

” Your Excellency Sir, as you celebrate this glorious day, it is my prayer that Almighty God, who has richly prospered you and ordered your every step, will continue to bless you with good health and fulfillment in the many more years of worthy service ahead of you.

Dare Adeleke

“Congratulations to His Excellency at 54. I wish you best of luck in your political endeavours and may all your efforts work in your favour and that of our party, the Peoples Democratic Party.” Adeleke concluded.

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