Over 10, 000 Members welcome ACOMORAN chairmanship aspirant, Sholebo at independence day celebration

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Over 10, 000 Members welcome ACOMORAN chairmanship aspirant, Sholebo at independence day celebration

Over 10, 000 Members welcome ACOMORAN chairmanship aspirant, Sholebo at independence day celebration
Over 10, 000 Members welcome ACOMORAN chairmanship aspirant, Sholebo at independence day celebration
An aspirant for the post of  chairman of Amalgamated Commercial Motorcycle Owners and Riders Association of Nigeria ACOMORAN, in Ogun State, Alhaji Shoyebi Rasaq popularly  known as Sholebo was on Tuesday welcomed by 10, members of the association  at the MKO Abiola stadium, Kuto, Abeokuta  Ogun State.
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Sholebo who  mobilized over 10,000 members of the association to the mainbowl of the stadium to fill the vacant seats  caught the attention of Governor Abiodun.
The shout of Sholebo however rented the air when the governor’s carriage moved round the stadium to cheer the crowd.
The crowd who gave voice endorsement of Sholebo’s candidature were shouting “Sholebo, o kajue, among others.
Speaking with our reporter Sholebo said, said despite numerous challenges, the nation was on a right path.
”On this October 1st, 2019, I congratulate President Muhammadu Buhari, Governor Dapo Abiodun and all Nigerians on the occasion of Nigeria’s 59th Independence anniversary. There are those with the opinion that we have very little to celebrate and I will respectfully disagree with them. In 59 years, Our country has faced many challenges, but with the help of Allah, we have overcome many of those challenges and made progress in multiple spheres of human endeavour,” he said.
Speaking further, Sholebo thanked Gov. Abiodun for the tremendous support giving to the union.
“I want to specially thank Gov. Dapo Abiodun for his tremendous support. He is to be commended for the peace we are enjoying in Ogun state chapter of NURTW. Ogun NURTW is crisis free, there is no rancour in any of our motor parks,” he opined.

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