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Leaders Should Not Place Personal Ambitions Over Collective Gains – Fashola

The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola

The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola

Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi has come out to say that members of the Ekiti State Executive Council nursing governorship ambition should resign, instead of letting the 2022 governorship struggle derail his vision and developmental agenda for the state.

This is coming after Mr Babatunde Raji Fashola and the ex-Borno State Governor, Senator Kashim Shettima urged Nigerian leaders to build their stewardships in the minds of the citizens to be respected while creating legacies that will last after their tenure.

According to Fashola, nothing can be more successful than self-measurement, and it is wrong to encourage having political ambitions that will place personal ambitions over collective gains.

He added that despite the limited resources, the needs of the people must be prioritised and everything must be done on public opinion polls and engagements with the people.

His words, “Nothing can be more successful than self-measurement. I urge all of you to keep the world finishing well in minds. You all agreed on a goal, but the question to ask is that can we finish well? We must ask ourselves especially those having political ambitions who may want to place personal ambitions over collective gains.

“What does success mean? If the five pillar policy thrust is well achieved, then there is a success. keep your focus on the agenda of the government. Remember that finishing well would mean that you remember that this government is a product of APC, which believes in the propagation of ideas of progressivism, Which means continuous improvement of human conditions.

“This is a step towards finishing well. And when you finish well, you will see the credibility of your government with the people and this make it compulsory that we must stay connected to the people.”

“I am not unmindful of the limited resources, but prioritise the needs of the people. You must do things based on public opinion polls and engagements with the people.

“Take critics as challengers, not enemies. Those who asked you to do more are not ungrateful people. If they ask you to do more, is a vote of confidence on your person and government.

“Build your stewardship on the minds of the people. How do you react to those that suffered to elect you? How do you react to their messages and calls? Is it with laughter or irritation? All these are issues we must also take into cognisance”.


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