In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 07th, July, 2020

Senate Urges The Federal Authorities To Rename Ibadan Airport After Ajimobi

Senate Urges The Federal Government To Rename Ibadan Airport After Ajimobi


Abiola Ajimobi

The Senate right this moment urged the Federal authorities in its decision to call the Ibadan Airport after the previous governor of Oyo State, late Abiola Ajimobi who died on 25th of June, 2020.

The previous governor of Oyo state was additionally a principal officer within the Senate the place he served as a minority chief between 2003 – 2007.

The decision of the Senate adopted a movement by the Senator Buhari Abdulfatai (Oyo North) APC, who described the governor as a jinx breaker for returning for the second time as a governor, which was the primary time within the political historical past of Oyo State serving governor received a second time period.

The Senate additionally resolved excessive powered delegation shall be constituted to go to the household to commiserate with them and the folks of Oyo state for the lack of the previous governor who served his state for eight years.

The Senate in its decision on the movement additionally paid its final respect to the late Senator Ajimobi because it noticed a minute silence for the previous minority chief of the Senate.

Supporting the movement, Senator Ibikunle Amosun (Ogun Central) APC, mentioned the late Senator Ajimobi was a hardworking governor and lover of his folks.

He recalled that he was a person of peace and stuffed with humour as he often will maintain all in his firm laughing with jokes and banters.

Ajimobi was appointed Appearing Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress amidst its disaster that was lastly resolved by the dissolution of the NWC  by the Nationwide Government Committee (NEC) of the Get together, he might have resumed the workplace earlier than his demise.

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