The chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC)in Ondo State, Engr. Ade Adetimehin, said party should be fortified to enhance its supremacy.
Speaking during a special meeting with the executive and leaders of the party in Iju, headquarters of Akure North Local Government area, Adetimehin also called for “brotherly love” among members.
“It is impossible to work together and be on the same page if we don’t love one another. We must work together, and be fortified to emphasize party supremacy, which is not negotiable,” he said.
The party chief further urged members to refrain from the usage of abusive or insulting languages when expressing anger or displeasure of actions of leaders.
In a statement by the party spokesman in the state, Alex Kalejaye, the Chairman advised members to imbibe the spirit of forgiveness and promote understanding, which he described as essential ingredients for internal cohesion.
Earlier, the party chairman in Akure North Local Government area, Hon. Joshua Eleti, said the local government structure had buried all the political bickering and wrangling within its fold.
He said, “God has taken control of the situation in the area and all the hitherto divisions have now been nip in the bud.”
Joshua Eleti commended the State Chairman, Engr. Adetimehin, and all members of the State Working Committee for their efforts at holding the party together.
Chief Michael Ibuowo, described the state chairman as a truthful leader who is endowed to manage human and material resources.
He commended the governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN, for investing in, and developing infrastructures, particularly roads, saying this has reduced accidents on the roads.
He urged the State Government to consider Akure North for attention.
“We need roads; we need jobs for our youths to stem the spate of kidnapping in the area, ” he pleaded.
Chief Francis Adegboro calls for the resuscitation of skill acquisition programme in the State.
He said, “The programme that used to be active in all the local government areas in the State appears to have gone moribund; the State Government should resuscitate it.”