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Hon Oluwaseun Adebowale Matico commends Abiodun's development strides

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The house of assembly hopeful come 2023 general election, Hon Oluwaseun Adebowale popularly known as MATICO has commended the governor of Ogun stats,  Prince Dapo Abiodun mfr for his development strides in Ogun state in spite of the nation’s economic challenges and the meager resources of the state.

Oluwaseun Adebowale also applauded Governor Abiodun for the existing peace in Ogun State, saying “where other states seem to be having problem, there is dignified peace and stability in Ogun”.



The house of Assembly aspirant, Hon Oluwaseun Adebowale Matico said this while speaking with Amebo Newspaper NG at the award ceremony of National Union of Local Government Employees NULGE alongside other dignitaries, who were in Obafemi-Owode to witness the event.

Also, he said that he was moved by the development strides of Gov. Prince Dapo Abiodun, citing the Sagamu-Abeokuta  Interchange road as a yardstick of good works in the state.


He said: “Development is development and progress is progress and the whole thing is more about being people-oriented and we give God all the glory that there are still people who can prove that there is good governance in Nigeria.”

While disclosing the unalloyed loyalty he has for Gov. Abiodun, Matico reiterated his support for his second term bid for continuity as the executive governor of Ogun State.

He prayed for divine encounter of success for the good people of Ogun State most especially Obafemi-Owode state constituency, where he would be contesting for House of Assembly seat in the 2023 forthcoming election. 

He urged the progressives to use everything I'm their capacity to support Governor Abiodun's agenda for second term in office for continuation of landmark visible project which would turn Ogun state to a mega city among others.

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