A federal lawmaker representing Iseyin/Itesiwaju/Kajola/Iwajowa federal constituency, Oyo State, Honourable Shina Peller has welcomed the appointment of a legal luminary, Alhaji Ahmed Raji (SAN), as the National President of the Oke-Ogun Development Consultative Forum (ODCF) describing the development as timely and very deserving.
Honourable Peller disclosed this in a congratulatory message he personally signed and shared on his verified social media platforms where he expressed confidence that Barrister Raji’s emergence as the ODCF National President will help in repositioning Oke Ogun region politically and economically.
This statement read:
“I congratulate our own great legal luminary, Alhaji Ahmed Raji (SAN) and entire people of the Oke-Ogun region on his appointment as the President of the Oke-Ogún Development Consultative Forum (ODCF).
“The appointment is very deserving and timely coming at a period the people of Oke Ogun region crave for political recognition and liberation from marginalization, infrastructural deficit in all the ten local government areas in the region.
“With Barrister Ahmed Raji’s wealth of experience, exposure and connection (both locally and globally), I am confident that his emergence as the ODCF National President will help reposition the Oke-Ogun region better both politically and economically.
“Barrister Raji has always been very passionate about the development of Oke Ogun and I have no doubt that he will accept this new challenge as another opportunity for him to contribute more to the development of our dear zone.
“I also congratulate other newly appointed executive members of the ODCF and urge them to cooperate with the National President as he pilots the affairs of the forum purposefully with a view to bringing about unprecedented development across the length and breadth of the Oke-Ogun axis.
“Also, I urge all Oke-Ogun indigenes both home and abroad to cooperate with the new leadership of the ODCF in the overall interest of our region; all hands must be on deck to salvage Oke-Ogun economically and politically.”