JUNE 12: R.O.D Urges Nigerians to Remain United Despite Daunting Challenges Facing the Country

By Dupson Collins, 12th June, 2023

The Deputy Minority Leader of the Ondo State House of Assembly, Hon Raymond Oluwatoyin Daodu has urged Nigerians to remain united inspite of the daunting challenges facing the country at the moment.

Nigerians are celebrating June 12, a day declared by the Federal Government as Democracy Day following the annulment of the most credible, fairest and freest election 30 years ago, an election acclaimed to be won by Late MKO Abiola.

R.O.D as popularly called who is representing the good people of Akoko South West Constituency 1 in the State Assembly said Late MKO Abiola sacrificed his life for the democracy the country is enjoying today.

His words, ” June 12, 1993 is a legacy for free, fair and credible elections and a memorial that Nigerians stoutly rose above ethnic and religious sentiments.

He added that the heroic demonstration of patriotism by the Nigerian voters on June 12, 1993 will continue to inspire generations of compatriots to promote national unity and defend the country’s democracy.

The Deputy Minority Leader further stated that he believed Nigeria had learnt a lot in the last 30 years that the Nigerians voted for Abiola, saying today’s politicians are beneficiaries of the sacrifice of the Ogun born late politician.

He noted that inspite of the daunting challenges facing the country with the fuel subsidy removal by the federal government, he believes the Tinubu administration will provide palliative that will cushion the effects of the pains Nigerians are facing.

While urging the good people of Ondo State to be patient with the current reality being experienced, he assured his constituent of better days ahead.

Raymond O. Daodu(R.O.D)
Deputy Minority Leader
Ondo State House of Assembly Representing
Akoko South West Constituency 1. Oka


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