Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun has said that stakeholders, representing major sectors in the state, will determine his successor.
Speaking at the Ramadan Iftar with members of the National Assembly, representing Ogun state and members of the state House of Assembly, at Government House, Abeokuta, Amosun, who was commenting on his likely successor, assured that he would support any candidate from Ogun West Senatorial District, adding however that stakeholders, including traditional rulers and traders, will play key roles in this regard.
Responding after the Legislators had unanimously passed a Vote of Confidence on him, Amosun noted that no individual can do it all alone, appealing for the support of all to move the state forward.
The governor attributed the success recorded since the inception of his administration in 2011 to the cooperation of the Legislators.
He thanked the Senators and the House of Representative members as well as members of the state House of Assembly for complementing the efforts of his government.
Hon. Isiaka Ibrahim, representing Ifo/Ewekoro Federal constituency in the House of Representatives, moved the motion for a Vote of Confidence on the governor, seconded by Hon. Yetunde Sogbein.
The federal and state legislators unanimously commended the Amosun administration for its lofty programmes and projects, while also pledging their unflinching support for the governor.
The specifically acknowledged the government for the completed and ongoing infrastructural development across the state in the last six years.