CFU: Adekunle Obolo Flags-Off Second Term Chairmanship Re-election Bid, Seeks Members Support

By Dupson Collins, 25th May 2023

The State Chairman of the Carpenters and Furniture Makers Union (CF), Ondo State, Comrade Adekunle Obolo has officially kicked start his second term campaign for the Chairmanship of the biggest umbrella body of Carpenters and Furniture Makers in the Sunshine State.

The Chairman declared his second term re-election bid during the Monthly General Meeting of the Union in Akure, Ondo State Capital on Thursday, 25th, May 2023.

While addressing elders, Chairmen and members of the union at the States Secretariat, Comrade Obolo stated reasons why he deserves to be returned for second term in office.

While giving account of his stewardship in the last four years in office, he highlighted his major achievements to includes harmonious working relationship among the State Executives, BTO and Members, giving sense of belonging to the union through adequate patronage by the Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Odunayo Akeredolu SAN led administration, collection of contract from the government which were executed by the members.

He added further that, during the Covid-19 epidemic, he was able to use his good office and connection in bringing palliative to the Union aside the Covid-19 thirty thousand Intervention Fund which some members benefited across the three Senatorial District of the State.

Aside this, Comrade Obolo said for the first time in the history of the union, a sitting chairman will completely a tenure successfully without handling the affairs of the union to Caretaker Committe.

Obolo declared that one thing that deserved commendation from his administration is accountability, transparency and probity as he carried every members along in regards to the Finances and running of the union.

His words: ” I am using this medium to appeal to our members to see the need for continuity in government; without self appraising, my leadership in the last four years has delivered on my electioneering promises and if given the mandate for another four years, I will do better and consolidate on the achievements so far recorded”.

The Chairman expressed satisfaction in all the loyal state executives that worked with him, saying there’s no need of changing the wining team who have served the Union meritoriously.

He enjoined members to considered the pedigree of the current Excos who want to recontest and x-rayed their achievements, saying with their collective cooperation, he believes his second term in office is a done deal.

Meanwhile, in the same vein, his Deputy chairman also declared for second term in office.

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