Osun State Governor-elect, Senator Ademola Adeleke, on Tuesday, reiterated his commitment to his five-point agenda, including settlement of workers’ pensions and gratuities.
In a statement released by his spokesperson Olawale Rasheed, Adeleke denied a report that claimed he had broken his word to pay up the backlog of salary and pensions during an interview with Channels TV.
This is a flat-out lie from the pit of hell because Senator Adeleke never wavered during the interview from his commitment to pay back unpaid wages, pensions, and gratuities and improve the lives of all Osun citizens.
Contrary to the misinformed author’s frustrated assumptions, the newly elected governor provided a detailed explanation of how he plans to raise money to support workers’ needs, including his unique pledge to examine the issue of financial leaks in the state and reroute security votes to address urgent state needs. stated Rasheed.
According to him, during the interview Adeleke reaffirmed his commitment to address employees’ welfare, which is the first item on his five-point agenda. Adeleke further stated that paying workers’ entitlements would not be considered an accomplishment because a worker deserves to be paid.
The following was part of the statement: “On the broader governance issue, the governor-elect touched on his proposals for education, security, job creation, agriculture, infrastructure, debt management, and other pertinent subjects. People who were still reeling from their defeat probably found it difficult to pay attention for the entire interview as the incoming governor demonstrated his thorough understanding of the issues and readiness to get started.
For the incoming governor, holding public office is a sacred trust that demands honour and honesty from its holder. Senator Adeleke over-delivered on his campaign promises as a senator, and as a result, he was arrested all around Osun West. As governor of Osun state, he will accomplish that accomplishment once more.
Ademola Adeleke, a senator from Osun state, reaffirmed to the good people of the state his dedication to his five-point plan and his willingness to serve them in a sincere and transparent manner. In addition to being ready for the work ahead, he has a plan of action to make his five-point agenda a reality