BY LANRE OLUWATERU
A Peoples Democratic Party stalwart in Ondo State and one of the Senatorial aspirants from Ondo South Senatorial District, Prince Godday Erewa has donated two vehicles to the secretariat of the People’s Democratic Party in the state.
While presenting the vehicles today at the party secretariat in Akure, Prince Erewa said the presentation was part of the promises made when he reconstructed the burnt party secretariat after the EndSARS crisis.
Prince Godday Erewa
He said the vehicles were made available for the smooth running of the party activities and in preparing the party ahead of the 2023 general elections.
He reiterated his commitment to do more for the party in order for it to remain strong in the state.
Recall that ten days after the 2020 governorship election in the state, ENDSARS protesters burnt down the party secretariat and its operational vehicles.
Few weeks after the ugly occurence, the Ilaje born politician cum philanthropist promised to rebuild the structure.
Exactly twenty-eight days after his promise, he presented a well-structured and beautiful edifice, with furniture and state of art facilities, to the state executive officers in the presence of party leaders, both at zonal and national level.
Speaking at the event, the state party Chairman, Hon. Fatai Adams eulogised Prince Erewa for being magnanimous in giving the vehicles to the party officials in time the country was in a serious economic mess.
Hon. Adams said the vehicles would ease the mobility problem the party was facing.
The PDP gubernatorial candidate during 2020 governorship election in Ondo State, Mr. Eyitayo Jegede(SAN) thanked Prince Erewa for always extending supporting hands to the party in time of needs.
He appealed to other well meaning individuals in the party to follow the same gesture in promoting the party.
The occasion was graced by party big wigs across length and breadth of the state.
Among them were Ambassador Omolade Oluwateru, Dr. Tayo Dairo, Chief Tayo Gbakinro, Chief Segun Adegoke, PDP State working commitee members, House of Assembly members and others.