Popular Ibadan-born Islamic preacher, Sheikh Muideen Bello has applauded Governor Abiola Ajimobi for achieving many unprecedented feats.
This is just as he urged him to ensure the emergence of a successor that would sustain his legacy projects and complete any project he might leave behind.
Bello, spoke on Thursday when Muslim faithful, scholars and preachers across the South-West converged on Ibadan to witness the conferment of the award of ‘Most Equitable Governor in the History of Oyo State’ on the governor by the Muslim Community of Oyo State.
He said: “Lagos is working today because Governor Akinwumi Ambode started from where former Governor Babatunde Fashola stopped by ensuring the completion of all the projects he inherited.
“I want to beg you (Ajimobi) not to install anybody who will not sustain your legacy or abandon any project you may leave behind.
“You are a listening governor unlike some of your predecessors. Now that they are out of office they have ruined the chances of any of their family members to aspire to such position again because of their maladministration and incompetence.”
The event was witnessed by the Muslim Umah of Southwest (MUSWEN), led by the Secretary, Prof. Dawud Noibi; Aare Musulumi of Yorubaland, Edo and Delta States, Alhaji Dawud Akinola; Chief Imam of Ibadanland, Sheikh Abul-Ganiyy Abubakar; popular Islamic preacher, Sheikh Muideen Bello and Prof. Kamil Oloso, among others, Chief Imam of Akobo Central Mosque and the Chairman of the Muslim Community, Alhaji Kunle Sanni.