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Peterside congratulates Ondo Governor-elect, Akeredolu

The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and
Safety Agency (NIMASA) Dr. Dakuku Peterside has congratulated Chief Rotimi
Akeredolu, SAN of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for winning the Ondo
State governorship election.

Peterside who was the
governorship candidate of the APC in Rivers State in the 2015 general elections
noted that Chief Akeredolu defeated the candidates of the Peoples Democratic
Party (PDP), Alliance for Democracy (AD), Social Democratic Party (SDP), among
others in a keenly contested election that has been adjudged free, fair and
He opined that the APC is
the party to beat in any free, fair and credible election devoid of violence
and intimidation because of the credibility of its candidates and general
acceptance of the party.
The NIMASA DG called on the
governor-elect to be humble and magnanimous in his victory and to see his
emergence as the wish of the people of Ondo State in their yearning to chart a
new course in the realization of their hopes and aspirations.
 “The people of Ondo
State have spoken in a loud and clear voice. They have chosen the candidate of
their choice in a free and fair manner. I have always said that APC will win
any free and fair contest. I congratulate the people of Ondo State and Chief
Rotimi Akeredolu for this victory.


“I call on Chief Akeredolu to see his victory as that of the entire Ondo State
people. The fact that he won across the three senatorial zones means he was
popularly elected.
“They have put their confidence in him and the onus is now on him
to assuage their feelings and begin to set the template for fulfilling their
hopes and aspirations,” Dr. Peterside stated.

He urged the people of Rivers State to
follow the Ondo State example during the December 10, 2016 rerun
election and reintegrate into the mainstream of Nigerian politics so as to
get maximum benefit from development programmes at the centre. 
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