Senator Smart Adeyemi Urge Okun Politicians to Be United for Development

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The former chairman of Senate committee on FCT in the 7th assembly, Senator Smart Adeyemi has urged politicians of Okun extraction to be united and support the government of the day in Kogi state in the interest of the people saying nothing is worth fighting for provided they are all in politics to serve the people.
The senator made the remark at the peace and reconciliation meeting to settle the differences between two former chairmen of Kabba/Bunu local government area, Honourable Funsho Olorunfemi and Honourable Joseph Dada at his Abuja residence where he urged them to forget about the differences of the past and allow peace to reign.
The meeting which was at the instance of the Senator was geared towards bringing the people together as a united and indivisible group.
“As politicians, we must always have disagreements but it is expected to strengthen our relationship. We must not allow politics to divide us, we must always remember where we are coming from as products of Dr Stephen Olorunfemi political family. We must do everything to sustain the legacy of our late political father which was anchored on peace and development ” Senator Smart said.
He urge Okun people to support the president Muhammadu Buhari and Alhaji Yahaya Bello led  government so as to attract development to the area. He enjoined those who are still in Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), particularly Hon Tajudeen Yusuf to join him in the All Progressives Congress (APC) as he can achieve more for his people as a member of the party at the center and in the state.
The reconciliation meeting which lasted for about 5 hours also had in attendance, the member representing Kabba/Bunu/Ijumu federal constituency in the House of Representatives Honourable Teejay Yusuf, Arc Salman Idris, Alhaji Shaibu Ipinmisho, Mr John Orebiyi and Pastor Lawrence Obayomi who accompanied Honourable Funsho.
The reconciliation meeting was a huge success as the two leaders, Honourable Olorunfemi and Hon Dada were able to put their differences behind them. They later drove in the same vehicle to visit the widow of the late political icon, Dr Stephen Olorunfemi.

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