Fresh FM: Yinka Ayefele pays ‘thank you’ visit to Ajimobi subsequent rebuilding his Music House

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Yinka-Ayefele-Fresh FM: Yinka Ayefele pays ‘thank you' visit to Ajimobi subsequent rebuilding his Music House

Popular gospel musician, Mr. Yinka Ayefele, on Tuesday expressed `profound recognition’ to Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State for assisting him to remodel and rebuild his Music House, which was final year partially demolished by the agents of the nation government to a better edifice.

DAILY POST recalls that the building was demolished for allegedly contravening environmental laws in the nation.

The building was later rebuilt by the nation government on the order of the nation governor, Abiola Ajimobi tardy final year.

Ayefele as a process to appreciate the governor, on Tuesday led top management of the station on what he called a `thank you’ visit to the governor, in his office.

Ayefele, who described Ajimobi as a listening father and excellent leader, said he had learnt lessons from the whole saga and had appreciated the essential for mutual understanding and cooperation between the government and community.

He said, “I possess near here with my management team to state a stout `thank you’ to our father (Ajimobi), a excellent leader and someone who I will boldly describe as a excellent example to this generation for his huge heart.

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“I also want to thank all the people working with the governor, especially the committee that worked with our own management committee on the remodelling and reconstruction of the Music House for their exemplary conduct. God has wiped away my sorrow through you (governor). You have helped me personally in this matter, because I have been down emotionally since the partial demolition of the building. I have learnt lessons from the incident. Now, the building has become a better edifice. On behalf of my family, my staff and all the good people that expressed concern when the incident occurred, I hereby express my profound gratitude to the governor for the kind gesture.”

Ajimobi, throughout speaking said that institutions and community must not forget the lessons in the whole matter.

He said, “It is the grace and mercy of God that possess made it possible for us to be where we are {today}; to be proficient to furnish to the society. I must first admit that my brother, Aiyefele, has contributed and he is motionless contributing immensely to the society.

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“As government, it is our duty to raise and enhance the safety, security and socio-economic interests of the community. As a government, these we possess been doing since 2011. We possess been promoting peace, security and the rule of law. I am blissful at your design to near here to express recognition; level the design you took initially to near and discuss with the government when our agency insisted that the rules guiding the urban and physical development must be adhered to.

“We agreed on a wound retain because laws had been broken already. It is gratifying that you came and agreed that you would comply with the laws. I must state that you played a main role as a excellent citizen to ensure that government’s goals and objectives were protected. The Music House is no longer a death trap immediately. Those within the neighbourhood and commuters are no longer being obstructed from the traffic situation on adjoining roads. Those cursing me then, where are they immediately that we possess corrected the contraventions?

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“Citizens should comprehend that government is for them and will always recommend them. But in doing this, they should also be prepared to obey the laws of the land because nothing is above the law.’’

The governor, who prayed for the continual success of Ayefele and any trade he ventures into, promised to feature on his radio station for an interview soon.

He used the possibility to admonish the media to guard against sensationalism and to be objective and exact by always establishing the veracity of their stories ahead of publishing them.

Ajimobi, who said he appreciated the engaging role of the media as the fourth estate of the kingdom, said that journalists also owed it as a duty to raise the socio-economic values of the society and the rule of law.

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