Kwara APC members urged to close ranks



By Steve Oni, Ilorin
Members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kwara state, particularly those of the AA G13 Support Group in Moro local government area, have been urged to close ranks and work towards ensuring the success of the present administration and development of Moro LGA.
Pastor Shola Akano of the Christian Redeemed Church, who spoke at the special prayer for Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq organised  by AA G13 Support Group at Oloru in Moro local government area on Saturday, called for sacrifice, while putting aside personal interests and ambition in order to fully reap the dividends of democracy. 
He lamented that Moro local government has for long been sidelined in the scheme of things in the state, saying "time to reap what had been lost is now, if only the people could unite and work in unison." 
Pastor Akano commended Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazak for his laudable achievements in his 100 days in office, saying what the governor has achieved in 100 days was monumental and commendable and was a product of great sacrifice, while praying God for Solomon's wisdom for the governor to succeed in the great task ahead. 
The Governor who was represented by both Kale Belgore and Prince Sunday Fagbemi, appreciated the prayer session for his administration, saying prayer is germane for anybody that wants to succeed in life. 
The governor who highlighted his achievements in the100 days, said his administration is poised for more dividends of democracy in the areas of provision of potable water, motorable roads, health and education among others.
Also speaking, Deputy House Leader, Kwara State House of Assembly, Hon. John Bello bemoaned lack of unity among the APC elders in the area, noting that  this disunity has adversely affected the growth and development of the area. He sued for peace, unity and oneness of all APC members in the area, while urging the elders to subsume their ego and personal interests under the overall interest and development of the local government.
The Chairman of the Group, Mahmud Afolabi said the aim of the Group is basically about progress and development "of our area through an effective partnership with the political leadership in the state", saying they are not in competition or conflict with any group or leader in the local government. He said they were prepared to work with any individual or group whose aims are in tandem with the programmes and policies of the state administration.
Afolabi admonished the governor not to forget those who worked for his success at the poll by ensuring that they are appointed into key positions in his administration, vowing that they would continue to support the administration in all ramifications

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