…inaugurates new Sha-Sha market
A few days to the presidential election, the Wife of Ekiti State Governor, Dr Olayemi Oyebanji, stormed Sha-sha market, one of the major markets in Ado Ekiti, the state capital, to campaign for the All Progressives Congress (APC), flagbearer, Bola Tinubu.
Dr Oyebanji appealed to Market men and women in the state to troop out in their numbers on election day, to vote for the APC presidential candidate, while also extending the same gesture to other candidates of the party, vying for legislative posts in the state and national assemblies.
The wife of the governor appealed while inaugurating the new Sha-sha market located at Agric Olope in Ado Ekiti.
According to the first lady, the emergence of the APC candidates in the various elections would assist in actualizing all the government’s developmental projects under the leadership of Governor Biodun Oyebanji.
She appealed to the people not to blame the current naira crunch and fuel scarcity on the ruling party, noting that, it is a phase that would end soon.
While inaugurating the new market, the first lady lauded the Ado Ekiti local government chairman, Chief Bosun Osaloni, for his resilience in realizing the dream of siting a sha- sha market within the Ado Ekiti metropolis.
Oyebanji expressed hope that the new market would complement other markets in the state capital and boost its economic development.
She appealed to roadside traders to take advantage of the new market to showcase and sell their wares.
In his remark, the chairman Ado-Ekiti local government, Chief Bosun Osaloni who traced the history of the market back to the last administration, appreciated the present government for cooperating with Ado Ekiti Local Government to realize the dream.
The wife of Ewi of Ado-Ekiti, Eyesorun Abosede Adejugbe, thanked Governor Biodun Oyebanji for acceding to the request of Ado Ekiti people
She also commended the Governor for putting in place all the necessary facilities that would make the new market functional, especially the new road being constructed by the state government
Last modified: February 17, 2023