Mon. Aug 26th, 2019

“I Found Buhari Very Competent, and a Square Peg in a Square Hole.” – Engr. Gbenga Olateru


APC Chieftain and Business Man, Engineer Gbenga Olateru has expended his views on why he has always been standing with President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration. In his words, the Osun State Indigene muses:

Engr. Gbenga Olateru

“I have being looking forward to a President that will stand tall in Integrity and can be trusted. I found Buhari very competent and a square peg in a square hole.

He identified what governance is all about, and that’s, Creating enabling environment for business.

This onerous task was aptly done, and still continues with provision and projects on INFRASTRUCTURE. These are Railroad, Electricity, Highways round the 6 political zones. The projects reminds us of 1970s/80s when we have functional companies like, the VW of Nigeria, PAN, Michelin, Dunlop, Berec battery, Exide battery, Anamco in Anambra, and Leyland motor in Ibadan, assembling Land Rovers then. 

Coming from a private sector, I believe in selecting the right capable hands for the task ahead. This was applied in the selection of the high performing team of ministers and heads of MDA. 

These highly capable hands has performed beyond the imaginations of his detractors. 

And as a community head in Osun, I feel I should assist the president by contributing my own quota in promoting the APC candidates for another 4 years.

Having been solidly on ground in Osun, leveraging on my late father’s political prowess, I  believe i should promote our candidate’s name within my zone. Hence my interest in anything Buhari. This could be attested to with my contribution to the success of our present Governor’s election, in person of His Excellency Gboyega Oyetola. 

Few minutes ago i left the Osun state  APC chairman’s end of the year party and we had a fruitful deliberation on how to move my hitherto comatose pearty in Ifelodun local government forward by Restructuring the party and lead the team to winning one. There is plan to discuss further this week.” Engr. Gbenga Olateru explains.

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