Fuel, Naira Crisis: Oyo Gov., Makinde, Suspends Campaign Activities Indefinitely
Oyo State Governor, Engr. Seyi Makinde, has suspended his campaign activities until further notice over unending fuel and new naira-note crisis in the state.
Gov. Makinde, who has visited and campaigned in some parts of the state, announced the suspension of his campaign activities at the flag off of the Omi-Adio-Ido Road on Friday.
This is contained in a statement by the Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Dr Wasiu Olatubosun.
The governor said that the suspension was in solidarity with the people over the harrowing experiences in recent time over unending fuel and new naira-note crisis in the state.
Makinde, who was in Ido to continue his campaign, directed that all campaign activities be suspended, noting that the people’s suffering was too much.
The governor said that the decision was taken because, he was elected to protect the interests and well beings of citizens of the state.
Makinde, who flagged off the Omi-Adio-Ido Road in an emotional laden voice, also directed leaders of the party in the state to suspend further political activities.
“Makinde’s love for his people necessitated this unprecedented move, at this time.
“We urge all residents and citizens of the state to remain calm as we navigate through this difficult period together,” the governor was quoted as saying.