Goodwill ambassador and comedian, Francis Agoda, better known as I Go Dye, has urged the newly elected Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege to honour his words in the next four years.
The Delta State comedian said someone else might steal the mace if Senator Omo Agege does not bring about sustainable development through reopening of seaports and curbing unemployment across Nigeria.
I go Dye stated his wishes to the Deputy Senate President in a lengty open letter on his Instagram page.
The comedian also urged the Depuy Senate President to walk in the path of nobility and accord a friendly disposition to the governor of Delta State.
I Go Dye wrote:
“SENATOR OMO AGEGE DONT FORGET THAT IN THE NEXT FOUR YEARS IF THE DEVELOPMENT YOU SAID YOU WERE FIGHTING FOR DIDN’T MATERIALIZED, REMEMBER SOMEONE ELSE MIGHT STEAL THE MACE.
“THERE CANNOT BE A BETTER MOMENT TO WORK OUT A FRAMEWORK THAT WILL BRING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH THE SEAPORTS REOPENING TO CURB YOUTHS RESTIVENESS AND UNEMPLOYMENT ACROSS NIGERIA
“It’s another step further into our democratic process with the inauguration of the 9th Assembly. The emergence of the major house leaders has set the ball rolling.
“Obviously one interesting outcome is the election of one of Delta State’s representative in the person of senator Omo Agege as the Deputy Senate president.
“I feel this will grant the honourable deputy speaker an opportunity to reflect on my prior acknowledgment of the proceedings, when I wrote to you stated that If in his favour God grants him the honour of becoming the next Senate president he should work in the path of nobility and accord a friendly disposition to the governor of Delta State.
The level of development which is desired in Delta State honestly requires the collective responsibility and support of everyone. We cannot achieve the goal of development without the cooperation of oneness and above partisan affiliations.
Today you have been elected as the Deputy Senate president, I want you to understand that the unforeseen revelations of yesterday have manifested timely. This opportunity granted you like as I stated before you should use this opportunity to advance the reopening of the seaports across Nigeria, which has been neglected and have suffered several setbacks in the past.
“We cannot have a minister of transport and a deputy senate president and our seaport is not working. There cannot be a better moment to work out a framework that will bring sustainable development through the seaports to curb youths restiveness and unemployment across Nigeria. Amb Francis Agoda.”