By Adams Akorede
The candidate of the Federal House of Representatives on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ibadan North of Oyo state, Prince Musiliu Olaide Akinremi has urged all Nigerians to sustain lessons leanrt during the Yuletide through the year 2019.
In a special congratulatory message personally signed by Akinremi to felicitate all the citizens especially people of wards 1 to 12 in Ibadan North on Friday, the APC Rep candidate said the spirit of giving to the needy and less privileged in the society should be sustained by all and sundry for the world to be a better place to live.
He said caring and sharing as preached by Jesus Christ during Christmas if imbibed by all, would signpost a better society and make everyone to be his/her brother’s keeper.
According to Akinremi, “the Christmas and New year celebrations have come and gone. We thank God for the rare grace of being alive to witness the dawn of 2019. The lessons therein must be sustained for our country to be safer and peaceful for all of us.
“As a Democrat and Rep’s candidate in Ibadan North under the banner of our great party, APC, I wish to appeal to the electorate in Ibadan North to support my ambition in February 16th election. With my experience as an homegrown true-born of Ibadan (shon of the soil) and coupled with my international exposure, I know where shoe pinches our people and I will be a better Representative because my antecedents speak volume.
“They have tasted what others before me have been able to do, mine will be many steps ahead in terms of quality representation through bills and motions capable of touching their lives positively for the better.
“As a private citizen, I have vocational centre where we have trained 2, 500 constituents, comprising youths and women and I pledge that hundreds of our people will be empowered to be better citizens this year and for the next four years. All I am asking for is their votes to win the House of Representatives election in Ibadan North and they shall never and ever regret doing so,” Prince Akinremi added.