Casual workers at the Oke Ogun Polytechnic, Saki has eulogized Governor Seyi Makinde for making all efforts at engineering laudable progress in all sectors in the state.
The workers also urged the Governor to regularize their appointment while pledging their unalloyed loyalty and commitment to Makinde’s second term bid.
They made this known in a communique signed by Adekunle Lukman, the chairman, Falohun Israel, the secretary on Wednesday and made available to newsmen.
It reads: “The entire Casual workers The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki (Tops) hereby appreciates the unflinching support of our Dear Governor, Oluseyi Makinde, whose developmental strides, have made Oyo state to rank among the best in Nigeria. We equally appreciate His Excellency for making all efforts at engineering Laudable progress in all the sectors of the state. The exploits of the Governor, Particularly the educational sector are audible to the deaf and visible to the blind. We thank you Sir.
“We also wish to unequivocally debunk the rumours making the rounds that the casual workers were appointed by previous government, while this may be partly true, the support given by the Casual worker, Tops, for the emergence of His Excellency was unquantifiable. Therefore this rumor is unfounded and untrue.
“We hereby want to plead with the People’s Governor, Engr. Oluseyi Makinde, to regularise the appointment of all the Casual workers in Tops. This appeal is linged on the various philantropic gestures rendered by the Governor to beneficiaries in our dear state. We only plead with the Governor to show mercy by approving our regularisation.
“Lastly, the entire Casual workers pledge and their unalloyed loyalty and commitment to His Excellency’s second term bid. We also promise that we shall support the ambition Governor of our dear Governor in his bid to further drive development in Oyo State.
“We wish you a Hearty Happy Birthday in advance Sir and we look forward to see you in Saki.
“We eagerly look forward to His Excellency’s positive response for approval.”