By John Kayode
The Chairman of Atunluse initiatives, Otunba Akinsola Akinbobola has charged members of the organisation to dream big for themselves, families and their communities.
Akinbobola stated this during the inauguration of coordinators for the 18 local governments of in Ondo State.
He explained that the inauguration would have taken place in the last quarter of last year but was postponed till today for obvious reasons.
The former Special Adviser to the immediate past Governor of Ondo State ,Dr Olusegun Mimiko on Political and Mobilisation urged the coordinators to see the task ahead as a personal assignment and a test of their capacity.
He disclosed that the task ahead is beyond the current political schemes, saying with hard work and prayers, it’s achievable.
He said: “Let us dream big and work towards achieving the dream in line with the mission and vision of Atunluse Initiatives.”
“Our mission is to ensure a better life for the everybody,a society where affordable and quality education, good health care, good roads, constant electricity with safety of life and property will be available for all.”
“It’s important for you to take into cognizance that while you’re building Atunluse, you are also building your self through the big Atunluse platform”.
The Director General of the Organisation, Elder Sikiru Adetona while congratulating the coordinators charged them to be hard work and remain focused even in the face of challenges.
“See yourselves as God chosen and endeavor not to disappoint yourselves and the organisation, you are our ambassador in your respective local government areas, I therefore urge you to work assiduously to achieve the set goals.
“Many are called, few are chosen, once again, i congratulate you all for being among the few that were chosen.”
On his part, the coordinator of Atunluse Initiatives, Mr Shalom Olaseni enjoined the coordinators to “spread the gospel of Atunluse Initiatives in every nook and cranny of the state and not to hesitate in contacting and intimating him periodically on the progress of their assignment.”
“I urged you all to work in unity with other grassroot leaders in your local government in order to make Atunluse great, let’s do the job like it’s our personal job”.
Some of the coordinators who spoke on behalf of their colleagues promised to work hard and spread the gospel of Atunluse Initiatives across their local governments.
“We are ready to take the organisation to every nook and cranny and we are also ready to work for ourselves, we will take this responsibility beyond the expectations of the leadership of group.”
Other leaders of the group from across the state were in attendance at the event.