Honourable Adedeji Stanley Olajide, affectionately known as Odidi Omo, has extended warm Christmas greetings to Christians across Ibadan North West/South West Constituency and beyond.
In his Christmas Message made available to newsmen in Ibadan, the lawmaker encouraged Christians to reflect on the values that define the season and extend a helping hand to those in need.
“As we celebrate this special season of Christmas, let us embody the spirit of love and unity. It is a time to share joy, kindness, and goodwill with our neighbors, friends, and those less fortunate.”
Acknowledging the challenges faced by many, Odidi-Omo calls on his constituents, Oyo State residents, and Nigerians to make a collective commitment to fostering a compassionate society. He emphasizes that by consistently showing love and support to one another, the nation can build a stronger, more inclusive community.
“As leaders, our responsibility goes beyond legislative duties. We must champion the cause of love and unity, working together to create positive change in our communities and the nation as a whole,” he adds.
In alignment with the broader commitment to a better Nigeria, Honourable Adedeji Stanley Olajide reassures his constituents that he will continue advocating for policies and initiatives that uplift the welfare of the people.
Furthermore, Odidi-Omo takes the opportunity to call upon the residents of Oyo State to continue supporting the administration of Governor Seyi Makinde. He underscores the importance of unity and collaboration in achieving developmental milestones for the state.
“As we rejoice in the festive season, let us also renew our commitment to supporting Governor Seyi Makinde’s administration. Together, we can build a stronger, more prosperous Oyo State.”
In conclusion, Honourable Adedeji Stanley Olajide wishes everyone a Merry Christmas, filled with love, joy, and meaningful connections. ” May the spirit of the season inspire positive actions, fostering a spirit of unity and progress across the constituency, Oyo State, and Nigeria as a whole,” the lawmaker said.