APC Congratulates Ogun State’s Ministerial Nominee

(Samuel Odebowale, Abeokuta) – Ogun State Chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC) has congratulated the State’s Ministerial Nominee, Architect AbdulHakeen Olamilekan ADEGBITE.

In a statement issued by the Party’s Chairman, Chief Derin Adebiyi, APC expressed boundless joy over Adegbite’s successful screening and approval at the Senate, Nigeria’s upper Legislative Chamber.

He described Adegbite as “a good ambassador of the State who demonstrated tact, respect, intelligence and uncommon composure throughout the screening”; and expressed confidence in his choice as a Minister of the Federal Republic.

Chief Adebiyi noted “Architect Adegbite’s sterling performance as Commissioner for Works in the last Administration in Ogun State. He supervised the State’s infrastructural development as epitomised in the first class flyovers and the network of standard roads during the administration of the immediate past Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun.”

The APC Stalwart thanked President Muhammudu Buhari for his confidence in Ogun APC and selection of its member for the Federal Cabinet.

It will be recalled that under the Nigerian Constitution, Nominees are either confirmed or rejected as Ministers of the Federal Republic by the Senate.

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