ACOMORAN praises Abiodun’s victory in Appeal court

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Following the recent confirmation of Dapo Abiodun’s victory in the Appeal Court, the Amalgamated Commercials Tricycle And Motorcycle Owners, Repairers And Riders Association of Nigeria (ACOMORAN) has congratulated the governor of Ogun State.

Governor Abiodun was declared the legitimate victor of the March 18  Ogun State gubernatorial election earlier and the appel court steadfastly backed the election tribunal’s earlier ruling. 

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 ACOMORAN praised Governor Abiodun’s victory as well-deserved in a statement issued by the state’s Association Chairman, Acom Kayode Showunmi and highlighted Governor Abiodun’s ongoing commitment to inclusive development and excellent administration.

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“ACOMORAN congratulates Governor Dapo Abiodun on his victory at the Appeal Court. We firmly believe that his leadership will drive positive change and foster development in Ogun State,” said Sowunmi.

“We have witnessed his commitment to improving the lives of the people and his tireless efforts in ensuring a peaceful coexistence between commercial motorcycle riders and other road users in the state. We are confident that his second term will bring even greater progress.”

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ACOMORAN acknowledged the governor’s policies aimed at enhancing transportation infrastructure, promoting security, and creating job opportunities within the state.

 The association promised to support Governor Abiodun’s government going forward and praised him for his sustained efforts in the transport sector.

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ACOMORAN’s acknowledgement and backing, according to Sowunmi, come at a critical time for Governor Abiodun as he begins his second term in office. 

He continued by saying that the governor can now concentrate on carrying out his plans for the state without being sidetracked by the legal system as the court upheld Abiodun’s victory.


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