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PASEDA IS A VISIONARY LEADER, AKARIGBO TELLS HAUSA COMMUNITY

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The Akarigbo and Paramount ruler of Remoland, in Ogun state, Oba Michael Adeniyi Sonariwo has described Prince Rotimi Paseda as a visioner who has the interest of the masses.

The monarch gave the commendation on Friday when the Hausa Community in Ogun state paid him solidarity visit at his palace in commemoration of the 31st Sagamu Day Anniversary.

Oba Sonariwo stressed that, many politicians in the state are bereft of ideas and anatomy of governance, adding that, the need to entrust the state affairs in the hands of a visionary leader with impeccable character of Paseda.

He emphasized that, Paseda possessed both good leadership and managerial skills to manage the people.

“I am happy that after the governorship battle in April, you are the only person that have come back here to show appreciation to our people. Though, you did not win, but with what you are doing now, you are winning.

“This shows you are a true leader. And we want somebody like you who is visionary.

“After the election, nobody has ever come back to this palace, but you (Paseda) feel proud and courageous to come here, I’m grateful. This is the right way and you have fought a good fight, but you are fighting to win”.

While speaking, the former Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN) in Ogun State, Otunba Rotimi Paseda, commended the paramount ruler for his fatherly advice and guidance during and after the election.

Otunba Paseda who is also the Garkuwan of Hausan in Ogun state however promised his yearly sponsorship of the Sagamu Day Celebration.

In his own address,  the Wakili of Hausawan, Sagamu, Ogun state, Alh. Garba Inuwa commended Otunba Paseda for his support for the Hausas in the state, describing him as a defendant of the masses.

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